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GPS files

 


Still being worked on… any one have gps files they would like to share with me. please email them to Jim@greenrovers.com


TMTC Barnwell Mountain Texas  

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Barnwell Down load zip includes three separate files. trails, waypoints, and POI as wpts (camp grounds office, etc.) If you down load this and have any suggestions drop me an e-mail
The below package is GPX     

Below is the KMZ for Google earth

 


Hidden Falls Adventure Park  
Added more trails after SCARR2011

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Hidden Falls Adventure Park                  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

boss hog, boss hog 2 , dino falls,
falls , feeder 1, feeder2,
greenhorn 2, greenhorn, none,
north pole, park road, park loop,
test tube, trailheads , valley road,
valley road, wildcat front door, wildcat loop                  

If you have any gpx files for HF or
suggestions e-mail

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Bridge Port  
Hear are a few easy trails at Bridgeport.                  


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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If you have any , suggestions drop me an e-mail


Moab Utah  
Moab Utah

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Muscelman Arch            

Dome Plateau

Seven Mile Rim

Colorado  
       

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These tracks are from the Texas Rovers 2004 continental divide trip  

Trip Pictures

write up from trip

 

 

4 Responses to “GPS files”

  • Eli:

    Jim,
    Sorry for the questions, but how do i open the file?

    Sent you an e-mail. The maps on this page are rendered using open source maps
    I use motionX GPS on my iPhone and iPad with the GPX files

    There are two file types. gpx and klm

    KML is a file format used to display geographic data in an Earth browser such as Google Earth, Google Maps, and Google Maps for mobile.

    GPX is the de-facto standard and can be use with most GPS units. including Garmin

    Jim

  • ALLEN:

    Jim,

    THANKS FOR THE DOWNLOADS; NOW HAVE TO FIGURE OUT HOW TO GET THEM INTO MY NEW GARMAN UNIT.

    ALLEN

  • Russell:

    Finally got back to this Jim. I think the Hidden Falls files loaded just fine. Anxious to see once I get there Thursday. Thanks!

  • Russell:

    Hey Jim
    I’m very much the novice on GPS stuff. Have a Garmin Nuvi 205W. As I understand, it uses a GPX file format. So can I simply download your map files to my PC and then transfer them directly to my GPS? Thanks!!

    Russell.
    Sure, if your Garmin is one that uses gpx file, should work for you. Drop me an E-mail and let me know how it went….. Jim E

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