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Discussion: GPS track

in: veinbuster; veinbuster > 2017-06-14

Jun 15, 2017 2:38 AM # 
Bash:
I wish you posted tracks for your rides, hint, hint.
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Jun 15, 2017 10:59 AM # 
'Bent:
You said it wasn't a ride you'd reccomend. Too flat and straight?
Jun 15, 2017 12:36 PM # 
veinbuster:
@Bash: I had meant to add the GPS for this one. I usually do my log while draining my legs and my GPS is an old style that doesn't talk to my iPad. I don't always get around to the second update with the track. It is my intention to show the track for new rides, though to date I haven't shown variations of old rides.

@'Bent: yes: it is dead straight and flat for 20km. There are a few gentle elevation changes between 505m and 520m. That in itself wouldn't be bad if there was more variation in what there is to see. It struck me that it was very much just a way for snow mobiles to get to a more interesting place. Kilometre 22-55 was more interesting to ride. I still have to make my way to the northern section.
Jun 15, 2017 1:25 PM # 
veinbuster:
GPS added, now off to today's Habitat

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