Hume Lake area

Discussion in 'GPS Tracks - West & PNW' started by Countdown, Jun 5, 2014.

  1. Countdown

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    Any inmates have GPS track for the Buck Rock trails in the Kings Cyn NP area?
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  2. Hesaid

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    When do you need them? What do you need? I might could go on a ride...

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  3. Countdown

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    I was there yesterday but didn't get the MVUM until on the way home.

    I took the loop from Quail Flat up 14S02 then 13S26 then 13S05 (old RR grade) to Hume.

    I should have also ridden the loop from Burton Pass to ride 14S47.
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  4. 9Dave

    9Dave Bazinga!

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    For your personal use? Or to use in your guiding business/listing on another website?
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  5. Countdown

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    I rode it in 96 and would like to ride it again if I get to it. Too many trails, too little time left.

    I will add it as a optional loop to the PCQ post on GPSXchange and just that loop on AdvRider.

    The problem with posting all data on AdvRider is file size limit is not compatible with long multiday rides, high resolution GPS tracks, unable to post higher compressed .gdb files which are very easy to convert to .gpx by downloaders, and no indenture of track location so people can find a track two years later.

    Don't know where you got idea I ever ran a guiding business. Guiding of off highway motorcycle tours is almost impossible in the US if you try to get the required permits from USFS, BLM, & NPS. AdMoTours (Uwe) is the only one doing it that I know of and he has constant problems with permits.

    I promote Dual Sport rides which actually is just selling a self guided tour consisting of a Roll Chart and GPS tracks. Riders are on their own to navigate the route.

    At this point in my 70 year old life, I am more worried about my philanthropic trust to support several college scholarships, donation of my extensive western art collection to a proper instution, and support of a couple museums than I am about any business venture.

    I promote Dual Sport rides for fun and use the proceeds to pay for my out of pocket expenses with pre tax money to record GPS tracks to post for free on the internet.
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