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Thread: Looking for trail maps in.GPX for Bradbury SP

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    Default Looking for trail maps in.GPX for Bradbury SP

    Anybody got a source on trail maps for Bradbury State Park in .gpx format that I could load onto my DeLorme TOPO software?

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    Looks like they are already DeLorme Maps - from the State Park web site http://www.bradburymountain.com/atta...p_eastside.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by KJcachers View Post
    Anybody got a source on trail maps for Bradbury State Park in .gpx format that I could load onto my DeLorme TOPO software?
    Will you be using it on a PN series GPSr? And if so, firmware 2.7?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CARoperPhotography View Post
    Will you be using it on a PN series GPSr? And if so, firmware 2.7?

    PN-40 using firmware 2.7 of course! Can you help me out? I think I found some mountain biking maps on the web that I have loaded but something cleaner would be nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hollora View Post
    Looks like they are already DeLorme Maps - from the State Park web site http://www.bradburymountain.com/atta...p_eastside.pdf

    Thanks. I have already downloaded and printed those out. Now I need something I can load into my GPSr.

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    I didn't find any and wish the maps were out there. The maps on the site Hollora gave you are the same maps available at the kiosk when you enter the park.

    We're planning on going again and this time I'm going to overlay the caches from the "view map" feature onto the map the park provides. I think that might help.

    There are many more spur trails then shown on the map but almost all the caches are very close to a trail so if you have to bushwack a couple hundred feet you'll end up on a different trail. Mark your starting point and the major trail intersections as you go and you should do just fine.
    Sometimes the road less traveled is less traveled for a reason.

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    I found some mountain biking trails in .gpx that I will try. I will also track our journeys in the park and save them to share when we are done.

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    Delorme's new TOPO 9 softwre may have better updated trail maps. I don't have those kind of maps for my PN 40 though, sorry

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    I can overlay the caches onto the pdf trail map, that's the best I can do short of copying the trails off the pdf and converting to GPX, which will be less accurate than your bike trails.
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    thanks for the offers! I will make due with what I have. looking forward to spending a day or two in Maine!

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