In the autumn I got a Fenix 5x+ watch. Since then, we've only been out on shortish (ca 50km) trips and I loaded a number of possible routes as kml or gpx files (we tend not to end up doing the actual route we set out to do so we need a few different options) and used the navigate option under the hiking activity to follow the route (called a course by the Fenix). This worked ok, although I could have done without losing part of the screen to tell me how far off course we were, or how far we had left. Then last week we were out for a 140km plus walk so I loaded in half a dozen or so "courses". This time whenever I tried to navigate a course it would either come up with an error message saying it was unable to calculate the route, or if the route did load it would hang every few seconds with a message saying "calculating", often for a minute at a time. I'm guessing that this was because the "courses" were larger files than I'd been using before. I could, I suppose, break up the "courses" into shorter sections but then with also having various route options the menu would become tedious to navigate, particularly as the Fenix shortens the name of the routes you load. (I recently found that if 2 routes have a similar name with the variation being at the end of the name, the Fenix, after shortening the name so that the variation is lost, then thinks the two routes must be the same and only imports one of them .) TLDR: Is there a way to simply display a route/course on the Fenix/Forerunner without having to choose to navigate it? On the Garmin Etrex, you can simply select any track and choose "show on map" from the menu and there it is, with as many tracks as you want displayed at once. Something like this on the Fenix would be great, if you know a way to do it. I found a way to display a course without navigating, but then if centres on the course and not your current position. The Fenix 5x+ has mapping, but if there's a way to display courses without navigating on non-mapping Fenix/Forerunners, it might be possible to do the same for the 5x+.