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Assuming you have more than only the GPX data: Rightclick on every layer, and look up the extent values under Properties, metadata tab. If they are greater than +/- 180/90°, the data is not WGS84, but UTM. Then check Set CRS for layerto see if the CRS is set for EPSG:4326 for those layers that are limited to +/-180/90, and the UTM of your part of the world ...
Why dont you try the swapping lat/long: Load your gpx data use the swapxy plugin to swap between latitude and longitude save the swapped gpx data in any vector format
Ryan Garnett gave the simple solution as comment: Layer, Add Vector Layer, MyGPX.gpx, then select "track_points" works perfect.
I had something similar a while back. Have a look at the GPX file (in a plain text editor) to make sure wpt all have <time></time> tags. It can happen that some don't. My case was GPX originating from a small Garmin where a single "saved track" amidst the active log resulted in the problem. Removing the records which have no time (such as in ...
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