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Old January 16th, 2008, 01:15 PM   #1
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Does anyone on here have a good link to get trail maps that can be loaded on a garmin GPS. Maybe the data could be shared, not sure if it can work that way or not? Going on a trip to MI in the Gaylord/Boyne area in Feb.

Just trying to preplan and get the most out of the trip as possible.

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Old January 16th, 2008, 09:02 PM   #2
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http://www.gpssledmaps.com/maps/mi.php

I have this map loaded into my Garmin.
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Have you used the maps since you installed them? Is it worth it?
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being in the Gaylord area, steer away from the east side of 75 if you can... I have heard they are shutting down access to that portion of the forest. There are a lot of ORV trails up in Vanderbilt near Thumb Lake. There are many trails from 32 that can get you up that way. The Trolls did a fall color run that provided one pathway to that area.... I have traced probably about 30+ miles of trails out there....

If you hav a Topo map take a look around Thumb Lake and you will see lots of seasonal roads which would be a lot of fun with a sled... then where Walton road goes south are some of the ORV trails.... just stay off the pipe-line.....
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Have you used the maps since you installed them? Is it worth it?
They're free and from what I have seen are pretty accurate. I would say it is worth it, especially for the price paid.
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