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If you are looking for BaseCamp, you have come to the right place. We explain what BaseCamp is and point you to the official download.

What is BaseCamp?

You can plan your biking, hiking, motorcycling, driving and off-road trips using BaseCamp. You can mark tracks and waypoints, plan routes and view maps on your computer and transfer them to our device. Track Draw features enables you to track your route plan and view changes in elevation for you to estimate difficulty of your bike ride or hike. You can plan your scenic route and do playbacks, save and share your adventures. You can publish your images to Picasa or E-mail your geotagged photos. You can also publish combination of your waypoints, geotagged photos and track logs and YouTube videos through Garmin Adventures. You can use Garmin GPS as your antenna/router for safety and more effective search and tracking and rescue operations especially when cellphone and Internet services are not available.

BaseCamp is a free software for Windows and Mac platforms. For Windows, it requires IBM-compatible computer with Windows XP Service Pack 3 or later, Microsoft .NET framework 3.5 SP1 with current version of .NET as needed, video card supporting OpenGL version 1.3 or later for 3D terrain viewing, current drivers for video card to avoid problems with the map views. For Mac OS, it requires Intel-based Mac OS 10.6 or higher, 1024MB RAM [2048MB recommended].

BaseCamp features include organizing, editing and creating waypoints, routes and more on your PC, viewing and importing maps such as City Navigator and TOPO series, viewing BirdsEye Select raster maps and BirdsEye Satellite Imagery, and transferring data to your device [subscription needed], archiving and back up of your saved tracks, routes, geotagged photos and waypoints on your PC, installing new maps using integrated MapInstall tool to your device, sharing and creating geotagged photos, printing multipage and full-page maps, viewing playback of tracks and routes, searching geocaches with integrated OpenCaching, and updating your device with WebUpdater.

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File types supported by BaseCamp

Our users primarily use BaseCamp to open these file types:

About file types supported by BaseCamp

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Last updated: : October 18, 2012