Photo: Richard Boyle takes off on the north face of Semer Water - a site with untapped XC potential.
Routes link to XCMAP.NET With thanks to Chris Foster who did all the hard work ... which must have take some time). Here you can find all the routes laid out, and by registering enter your flights against the routes as an online record.
Click highlighted to download. Save to named folder. Downloads will open in most mapping or flight planning programs (not xcplanner at present, although your tracklogs will). They can be downloaded into your GPS simply as waypoints and you can then program in the route as required - the lazy way is to download the route from the gpx file. Note that the cylinder sizes are not part of the gpx route.
If you wish to view the routes you can do so in a number of ways, but the best way is XCMAP.NET (see above).
If you wish to create your own routes a second alternative is at POTTYPLACE
http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/maps/ very simple to load in a gpx route file. View, modify or plan an alternative route. Worth registering to get the quarter mil maps.
http://www.gpsvisualizer.com/map_input?form=googleearth load in a gpx file to convert and view in GE
Slightly quicker to go HERE
http://xcplanner.appspot.com/ you can't download a route into, but can modify or plan your own.
UK NOTAM info Flight planning tool
Daorama - flight viewing