• Standard (OpenStreetMap)
    Popular map used by many online route planners. Uses OpenStreetMap data. A good option to start with.
  • Google Maps
    The well-known map with many details and route calculation that takes countless details into account. Handy to use if you also drive with others who do not have an extensive planned route, or if you have a relatively simple route.
  • TomTom
    Exactly like on the TomTom devices, so not to be missed if you drive a TomTom and want to avoid deviations. Extensive options for winding routes are available in the toolkit.
  • HERE
    Beautiful map with an useful option to prevent seasonal closures. Used with MyRoute-app Navigation and usually corresponds to the route calculation on Garmin devices.


Tip 1: Do you have a favourite map that you always want to use for new routes? Click on "Always use this map for new routes" at the bottom of the menu.

Tip 2: If you want the use other map layers then use the 'layers' button at the top right of the route editor.

Tip 3: Gold users can compare the route calculation of maps in the toolkit without changing the map. Differences in the route are immediately visible through diverging route lines. Very useful if you plan routes for a large group!