Originally Posted by Countdown
You do realize you are going to a National Park not Dakar? Vehicles are VERY restricted and intersections are usually 20-30-40 miles apart and there is usually a giant sign at the intersection when you get there.
There is no physical terrain to read, you must stay on the very clearly designated road.
You could hand draw a map of your planned trip on a napkin and tape it to your tank and never get lost.
OK mr high and mighty. I've been to DV multiple times and know it quite well. I'm trying to LEARN a new skill and mentioned Dakar as a metaphor.
I know and respect the trails, rules and areas where you can and can't ride. I've obviously looked at maps for a good bit of time and am well aware of the distances between intersections. Ever think that was why my initial route had so few waypoints?
I sincerely appreciate your input and tried to give you thanks and credit where it was due, but snarky smart ass replies of this nature aren't in the spirit of what I use the forum.