|The Crooked Canes|
~ Information On Using Tracks ~
Folks have been interested in obtaining tracks recently for GPS, other devices, All Trails,
Gaia and other apps, so here's the beginning of a page with links to GPS tracks, formatted generic .GPX, that Canes have
recorded on outings and made available to anyone who wants to use them. It works on Windows and Mac desktops,
iPhone and Android. You may experience a learning curve doing this, especially if this is a first experience using these types of files.|
Use of Google Earth's tipping, rotation and zoom functions along with the available topographic layer, can be helpful in deciding whether or not any particular outing is appealing to you.
This is a just a start and several hundred more tracks will follow. Tracks to any places not shown here yet can appear pretty quick, if available, upon request. Contributing tracks you may have for inclusion here (subject to review and editing) in pretty any common GIS data file format is encouraged; simply email them from HERE.
Clicking KML and GPX links triggers a file download directly to your Downloads folder; clicking a link will NOT open the file it is linked to. Navigate to downloaded files by going to your Downloads / Files folder and double clicking or importing the file you wish to view. Google Earth opens KML and GPX requires software compatible with GPS data. Both are available at the links below.