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The RouteViewer allows you to interactively explore a route on a website. Check out this example.

Video tutorial

The different components of the RouteViewer



Plug in the RouteViewer in your own website

Follow these simple steps to plug in a route in your own website or blog:

  1. Browse to the route you want to place on your own website.
  2. Click the Share button .
  3. Click Embed.
  4. Copy the code from the text field.
  5. Paste this code in the HTML code of your own website at the place where you want the RouteViewer to appear.

For more information and options, take a look at the documentation of the RouteViewer 3.0 plugin.

RouteViewer with map layer-combinations

On the map of the RouteViewer, you can combine several layers of maps. 


In this example, you can see a combination of a basic Google Maps-layer with a walking network. The user can select the combination he/she wants.

Parties using/having the MyRouteYou Pro-account or professional services can set a default map-combination. A good example is Velodromer, of Toerism Limburg

Your own map layer

Besides the default map layers RouteYou offers, you can also provide you own map. A good example is the MyRouteYou example of Knokke-Heist, Ontdek de ZwinregioCheck here this example. 

Route statistics


The RouteViewer has also a Statistics button (see red arrow on the figure above). Clicking on it provides you with the statistics info of the route. Read here more about Route Statistics.

Check here an example of a challenging cycling route.

This statistics module is also available in the plugins. 



Overnachtingen detail

There is also a Loding button. This button provides info about places to stay.

Read here more about the Lodging Module.

Some great examples


For a list of the RouteYou functionalities per type of account: have a look at the RouteYou Functionality Overview per accounttype.

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