Trail databooks

These links are for simple data books for trails I have completed, and are free for personal use. They include GPS Coordinates for points of interest, elevations, mileages, and helpful notes. These are meant to be carried in a ziplock in your pocket for quick information while on trail, and they are meant to be used with topo maps, not as a replacement. GPX files of the route will also be provided if available.

Utah Highline TrailData book – GPX Files – Trip Report – Google Map Overlay – Works with NG Trails Illustrated #711 (and #704 for the eastern portion)

Aspen 4 Pass Loop – Data book GPX Files – Trip Report – Google Map Overlay – Works with NG Trails Illustrated #128

Teton High Route – Data bookGPX FilesTrip Report – Google Map Overlay – Works with NG Trails Illustrated #202

If you find these guides useful on your trips and you would like to donate a few bucks to me to thank me for my effort, the link below will take you to a page where you can donate to my travel fund.

Paypal Donation Link

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2 comments on “Trail databooks
  1. BeeKeeper says:

    Thank you for sharing your info. Love the way you have your blog set up with the data points and gpx files. I’ll consider doing something similar as I enter the next phase of my life where I get to play more! I’m looking forward to some time in Colorado and the Aspen loop looks like something I’ll be interested in. By the way, enjoyed your article and found the blog from the Trail Groove magazine.

  2. Greg Morgan says:

    Thanks for the info. Making this trip this summer as a high adventure trip and this is exactly the info I need along with my national Geo map.

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