post #1 of Old 11-05-2012, 12:05 PM Thread Starter
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Anza-Borrego desert off-road GPS map

I created an off-road GPS map of the Anza-Borrego desert and beyond. It covers Ocotillo Wells, Superstition, Plaster City and Yuha Basin down to the Mexican border. Currently it only works with Garmin but I will be converting it to Lowrance in the future. Screen shots below of the coverage area and more on the website.

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Ocotillo Wells from a high level:


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thx

I'll move it over here later.

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excellent first post btw!

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San Diego Trail Map...

I've been hard at work and expanded the map coverage area. It now includes all of San Diego County, Imperial County and the southern part of Riverside county. This is by far, the most accurate off-road map available. 3,700 miles of OHV trails and 2,700 miles of street legal trails. Trails are color coded to indicate how they can be used. 3,700 miles of hiking, biking and horseback riding trails are also included.

The map is now available for Lowrance but it doesn't have the high-resolution graphics and color coded trails that are on the Garmin.

Check out the website for more info or let me know if you have any questions.

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This is now available for Android and iPhone. No internet connection required.

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Wow, this is pretty cool. Available thru the app store? What do I search for?

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California Trail Map

I expanded the coverage area and changed the name to California Trail Map. Excellent coverage of every dirt road and trail from Barstow to the Border. Imperial, Riverside, San Diego and southern San Bernardino counties.

Anza-Borrego
Big Bear
BLM Land
Cleveland National Forest
Imperial Sand Dunes
Johnson Valley
Joshua Tree
Ocotillo Wells
Plaster City
San Bernardino Mountains
San Jacinto Mountains
Stoddard Valley
Superstition

Works With: Android, iPad, iPhone, Garmin, Lowrance, Mac and Windows.

www.CaliforniaTrailMap.com
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One problem seems to be, it doesn't work with lap top/desktops.
It seems to only work with Garmin, or smart phones/lowrence.
Yeah, I guess some folks like me are still stuck in the dark ages,
and don't use smart phones, or high tech GPS to explore.
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The Garmin map can be used on a PC or Mac using BaseCamp. It works well for discovering where to go and maps can be printed. The only thing it doesn't do is overlay on top of satellite imagery.
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I have this map for my lowrance and am super happy with it. The trails are very accurate and I was amazed by the number of trails included in the map. Great job Lee

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I have this map for my lowrance and am super happy with it. The trails are very accurate and I was amazed by the number of trails included in the map. Great job Lee
Thanks. I appreciate it. I've tried to capture every road and trail that is legal.

The map now includes all of southern California and Inyo county. Lots of great Jeep trails in Death Valley.
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One problem seems to be, it doesn't work with lap top/desktops.
It seems to only work with Garmin, or smart phones/lowrence.
Yeah, I guess some folks like me are still stuck in the dark ages,
and don't use smart phones, or high tech GPS to explore.
What's a map. I thought we were just supposed to follow the guy in front.
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