Trans Wisconsin Adventure Trail a.k.a. TWAT

Discussion in 'GPS Tracks - Central, Texas & Gulf States' started by rokklym, Aug 24, 2011.

  1. GoingSolo

    GoingSolo Been here awhile

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    West of the river is an updated track....highly recommended.

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  2. butch1581

    butch1581 Adventurer

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    Thanks. So where can i find the gpx file?
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  3. GoingSolo

    GoingSolo Been here awhile

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    Thank you.I got it now. I was just not understanding how to download files from dualsportmaps.com. I got it now. Thanks again.
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  5. GoingSolo

    GoingSolo Been here awhile

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    Good deal. When are you going? Hit the Swing Inn at Ferryville for a burger if you get a chance. Day one dinner when I go. There's a good motel north of there although I forget the name.

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  6. butch1581

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    We are leaving Appleton area the morning of 6/7. Thanks for the advice! We will be tenting it unless its pouring rain. Attempted to do it last year, but ended up getting taken out by an Oldsmobile Bravada on a gravel road. Hopefully better luck this year....
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  7. madrider5150

    madrider5150 Been here awhile

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    I can't figure out how to download the files? Any help would be appreciated
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  8. madrider5150

    madrider5150 Been here awhile

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    Thank you for all the responses guys!:beer I didn't realize how it works, much simpler than what I thought. I rode the trail last weekend, the ATV trails in the chequamegon had some pretty deep standing water on the trails, had to reroute a couple of times but it was an easy short bypass. Also there is a bridge out just east of Drummond. Other than that it was a great ride, despite my DRZ dying on I39, didnt like doing 80 for long periods of time, lesson learned. Id recommend eating at Thorpedo in Thorpe and if traveling back through Park Falls, the Park Falls Restaurant I think its called. Sadly the Delta Diner was closed when I passed through. IMG_20170603_122501271.jpg IMG_20170603_174031525.jpg IMG_20170603_122549043.jpg
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  9. Romet

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    Madrider5150, glad you had a nice trip. Thanks for the Thorpedo restaurant recommendation. I'll try to do this ride in July'17.
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  10. ShortCircuit

    ShortCircuit Minnesota MOTOrbiker

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    Do we now need a Wisconsin OHM registration sticker to ride some sections of the TWAT?
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  11. GoingSolo

    GoingSolo Been here awhile

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    Yes.

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  12. Romet

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