Preliminary Tracks for the Official Bald Eagle State Forest Dual Sport Trails Attached, find my best attempt to produce tracks from the official map, using Garmin Base Camp with Open Street Map (OSM) maps and Garmin topo maps. Don't expect this to be perfect, but it should help you find the DS trails. When I did this for Pachaug State Forest, in CT, we found a couple of tracks that led to dead-ends, because the State map had errors. After that, I went to tracks provided by the local DS club (NETRA). I did compare these routes to the PaTRA ride provided by tonyjuliano, above, and the few sections of official trail used in that particular ride matched up well enough that I didn't bother modifying my tracks. I plan to ride some of this in a couple weeks, and may be able to post a better set of tracks, then. I used green for Improved and Forest roads, and blue for the more off-highway sections (and red for that section which was reported to be difficult.) By the way, when riding this area, I suggest you use the OSM maps. They have many more of the trails/roads than the topo maps, which have many more than City Navigator North America, 2017 version, maps. Edit: Changed another trail to red (difficult), when I noticed the file from the PaTRA ride, posted above, had that section red (level 4). Edit 2: Here, and in other posts, I refer to the Open Street Map maps, but googling open street map, or OSM, takes you to their main map page, from which it's difficult to find the source of the Garmin compatible files. I actually get them at: http://garmin.openstreetmap.nl/ This is the gpx file. The smaller gdb file didn't seem to upload. I have NOT tried to reduce the numbers of track points, because I like to keep them all, and use the free IMGfromGPX program to make transparent maps. It now lets you use dashed outlines, which allows you to see the original map road, too. Anyway, these tracks were all created by drawing on the maps, so have very few trackpoints.