Seven Mountains Ramble Loop

Discussion in 'GPS Tracks - Northeast, Southeast & Florida' started by NJDRT-RDR, May 7, 2013.

  1. NJDRT-RDR

    NJDRT-RDR Been here awhile

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    Was planning in riding the PA Seven Mountains dual sport loop. I have the maps coming in the mail and was wondering if anyone had the gps tracks of it?

    Thanks,
    Nick
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  2. TE 450 Pilot

    TE 450 Pilot Bike Collector

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    I am looking for the same thing. Any luck ?

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  3. dualsportride

    dualsportride Been here awhile

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    According to the flyer there is a roll chart but I don't see anything about a GPS route.

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  4. NJDRT-RDR

    NJDRT-RDR Been here awhile

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    Nobody got back to me with gps tracks and I went a rode, but didn't ride the whole course, so I don't have complete tracks yet and some of the trails I wound up riding I'm not sure were actually the course.
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  5. rider257

    rider257 Been here awhile

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    Do u think u could post the tracks? Or email them?
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  6. NJDRT-RDR

    NJDRT-RDR Been here awhile

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    I don't want to post the tracks I have because I'm pretty sure that part of
    the times we accidently were riding on the mountain bike course that was
    being layed out (I thought they were dual sport arrows for the dual sport
    coming up a couple weeks later, but I found out at the end that they were
    mountain bike arrows and not dual sport arrows.

    Then towards the end of the ride we followed roads to aviod what I knew was
    the MTB course and I'm not sure they were legal roads for us to ride on.

    What I originally attempted to do was to take the map that the park system
    sent me and draw out my own gps course via mapsource in citi nav and topo
    so while I may not have been on the exact trail all the time, I knew I was
    going in the general direction that I needed to go.

    I will tell you that I had a hard time following the course with the
    blazes. It's definitely not as easy as following the trails in the
    allegheny forest which have big arrows that my 10 year old can follow.

    Nick


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