GPS Radler Tipp: Nach dem Drücken des „GPX-Datei exportieren“ Buttons mit der Zurück-Taste den nachfolgenden Dialog schließen und direkt zum Download Ordner im Datei-Explorer wechseln. Another thing I’d be interested in: Any news from komoot about enabling a similar sync-only-starred-routes mechanism? Syncing the last 50 or any new route seems to be a bit meh going forward. As the owner of an older garmin I always had to manually export the gpx file from strava and import it on garmin. This saves time and even more important it will no longer be a problem when you forget the manual step and only find out when you want to start the ride. Completed Garmin connect rides will go TO komoot (nopt that I want them to) but the routes planned in Komoot won’t go the other way. “the fact that it only works if you purchased the komoot region where the course is located brings no value to me. ” Thanks, Ray! That might get things going. After having done some research on the forums, the problem seems to be older than the actual sync feature, as users have been posting about this for over a year (elevation changes after gps courses are uploaded to devices directly). As to other parameters: at first i though it was a attempt at calculation ft from meters, but the ratio isn’t the same every time. I’m on metric, my watch is on metric and komoot is on metric. Should work?! For now i’ll stick to the commit connect iq app. sources: link to (One year old thread) link to (9months old) link to (over 2 years old) link to (9 months old) Got two ghost appearances of the climb assistant on a a flat terrain today. One showed I would needed to climb 140 meters on a total flat stage of the tour.

I used the new import function from komoot. Bei einigen Garmin Geräten (Fenix oder Edge 130) ist es sinnvoll die komoot Tour über den Garmin Connect Umweg auf das GPS Gerät zu schieben statt per komoot Connect IQ Plugin zu übertragen. Nur so wirst du dann bei der Navigation Abbiegehinweise bekommen. I can’t get anything to show up on my Instinct – but then I’m not seeing komoot courses in Garmin Connect desktop or mobile app either… I’ve tried disconnecting and reconnecting, still no course-based joy… Es geht um den Export einer Tour als GPX-Datei. So eine Funktion habe ich mir genau wie viele andere schon länger gewünscht. Bei meinem letzten Treffen mit dem Chef von komoot haben wir uns darüber unterhalten und ich habe ihm erklärt, warum so eine Funktion sinnvoll ist. Hi. Yes, you can do this. Just browse to the gpx file in a File Manager and open it. It will then open directly in the Garmin Connect App.

You then just specify what type of activity it is. You can export a track from komoot by opening a Tour in your komoot profile on our website and clicking the button “download for GPS device”. This will download your Tour as a GPX file, which you can then upload to your device. You need to connect your Garmin to your Computer and add the file to the “Courses” folder which you find on your Garmin.