Legends, Menus, & Info Boxes (like this one) can be hidden by double-clicking their top bar or repositioned with click & hold.
Waypoint Names are click-to-display/center. Zoom-in first and then highlight to auto re-position accordingly.
Waypoint Names in the legend can be searched using your favourite browser's [Ctrl-F]
function; usually places a search box in the lower left.
Track Names are click-to-label.
The Tiny Icon just to right of a Track Name in the legend is click-to-zoom to show track.
The [NOT enabled] Mouse Cursor position is displayed in lower left; there is a ruler too.
Click Center Box in lower left to place a Marker in the center of the map and repositon desired point there to get the position.
Select alternate Map Types from the dropdown box in top right.
The different Map Types may have different levels of zoom. [Ex. Compare Google terrain vrs US terrain]
Send an email for the data. Be sure to indicate the trail and file type needed.
Consolidated Notes for this Trail Map
Comming soon(er or later).
1. Map suggests several locations for water caches on the lower 90 miles.
2. An outfitter may be able to help with placing water caches in lower 90 miles. In season, it would be an easy drop near miles 33, 64, and 70.
Note: Waypoint Labels and GPS Tracks reflect information gathered from
various sources and will vary somewhat from real world locations.
This data can eaisly be load onto the $5 MapOut app although there are currently problems with matching 'icons'.
I would like to follow any shared maps such as Garmin's https://share.garmin.com/bearbelle
This is a work-in-progress, contact me for the latest version of data - which this map may not show.
PLEASE REPORT ERRORS
email: firstname.lastname@example.org with corrections/suggestions/needs.
This GPS data is freely available in a .gpx format.
A transparent, Garmin friendly map showing the tracks may NEVER be available.