GPS Coordinates

The first link supplied is the set of GPS routes that we actually walked on.  In a very loose sense.  The second was our planned route.

I advise you to take a look at these routes and plan with them, as opposed to planning on them.  There are areas we could definitely have improved on, and this is no replacement for taking a long hard look at the actual topo maps and planning a route for yourself.

Ramsay Reid GPS route

Planned route

Please let me know if these files are no longer linking correctly


4 thoughts on “GPS Coordinates

    • Coming right up! I’ve been meaning to do a post on some of that and will do sometime this week… Just clarify what you mean by suppliers?

    • Ray! No need to worry about baboons really, you will never leave your bags long enough for them to find them, besides we only snoobabs a couple times. The easiest thing to do is to keep your bags in your tent with you at night. This prevents dreaded boot theft too.

      I have encountered people who have made alarm systems around their sleeping spots using a tripwire in the form of a spare guyline and some rattling empty gas cannisters for the alarm part. Ingenious, but unnecessary

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