Hello, hoping someone here can answer a question for me. I've spent several months creating two gpx files in Basecamp in preparation for a two week trip to UT and CO this summer. I have one file for UT and one for CO and they are a combination of routes and tracks. I downloaded other people's tracks and routes where applicable, deleted the parts that deviated from my planned path, and then used the New Track and the New Route features in Basecamp to fill in the gaps and create a map for my proposed trip. I'm now 99% finished with the two files and I was under the impression that all I have to do is move the files over to my Garmin and go ride but one of my riding buddies told me that there is a maximum number of waypoints (I think that's the term he used) and if the max is exceeded the Garmin won't tell you, it simply won't show anything. I have a 27 hour drive from my house to UT so obviously I need this to work when I get there but I don't know of a way to do a dry run on the Garmin to test it. And I've clicked on everything I can find in Basecamp to see if there is a way to count the number of tracks, routes, and waypoints. How would I know if I've exceeded the maximum? And if I have exceeded the maximum how can I reduce the entries and still have a path that I can follow while I'm riding? I've attached the UT and CO files for your inspection. Let me know if these are workable with a Garmin Montana 600 or if I need to do something else. Thanks in advance! Btw, I'll take this opportunity to express my gratitude to Countdown, Jglow, and numerous other folks who took the time to post their ride files online for the benefit of us all. Thanks!