The TET is provided in the form of GPX tracks. These have been “snipped” into sections of 10,000 track points or less (suiting those of us who use Garmins (or at least the more modern ones!)) but downloadable as single country packs from the relevant country web page.
Getting the tracks onto your device is up to you. If you’re not au fait with the process then pop over to the Forum for advice and videos.
Once you’re out on the Trans Euro Trail®, don’t treat the GPX as gospel. If it looks like the TET goes through someone’s garden but there’s a road round the edge, use the road! As you’ll know GPXs don’t detail every tiny twist and turn, use your common sense - follow the trail you see on the ground in front of your wheels.
If there’s a sign or barrier in front of you banning entry then don’t insist on the GPX being right but respect the sign/gate. Log it to send to us later - after you’ve found an alternative route.
It’s critical that the TET tracks that you use are the most up to date ones. As suggestions and comments come in from TET Riders already on the Trail, new versions are created and uploaded. These updates are communicated to all Trans Euro Trail® Forum members by e-mail and via posts on the Trans Euro Trail® Facebook group. If in doubt, download the GPX file just before you travel.