- Cairngorms STW article issue 78 – GPX files
Sorry chaps – the map which is in the magazine should also be available as a PDF download from the Mag Archive, to aid you in getting ‘purposefully lost’. I’ll try and get that sorted out today for you.
druidh – that’s looking like a black squirrel to me, not a red one. Better-lit evidence required to appease me please 😉Posted 5 years ago
Not sure of your point druidh? I read it that the pdf would “…also be available” implying that the pdf would be made available in addition to the gpx.
Its a polite question given both the print and electronic mag mention that the gpx is available (see P76).
Jenn, be great to get an update – looking for somewhere to head later this week and Cairngorms is an option, thanks.Posted 5 years ago
Thanks for the offer druidh. I know the area quite well but was interested to see the trails they took around Rothiemurcus and Glen Feshie. As mentioned in the article there are lots of options and plenty I’ve never seen let alone explored.
Don’t worry about creating a gpx, I’ll just head up and go where the weather takes me.Posted 5 years ago
Usual advice applies – go visit Bothy Bikes up at Dalfaber. You’ll get both the excellent trail maps and on-the-spot, up-to-date advice. This is particularly relevant to the Glen Feshie/Inshriach areas as the FCS have been felling and that’s affected some of the tracks.Posted 5 years ago
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