Thanks for all the time & effort getting these accurate & making them available to everyone!....
Here is the file
https://dl.dropbox.com/s/yp9ycx3zoxphfjz/The Hammer Trails.kmz
EDIT: I couldn't get it to import into my phone properly with that kmz file, because it is a compressed file. It worked perfectly with the uncompressed .kml file. Here is a link to that in case anybody has any issues with the .kmz.
https://dl.dropbox.com/s/axsigksnsj050vc/The Hammer Trails.kml
Awesome! Thanks so much!:beer:No problem! Yes, the links are up to date
The .kml file just downloaded fine for me. If you like, PM me with your email address and I will send you the file.The trail map files are refusing to down load. Are they still available? It may be my incompetancy or the fact I am in the UK (I'm coming to KOH though). Would be handy to have the trails on my GPS.
.kml and .kmz are the file formats that Google Earth uses. The only difference between .kml and .kmz is that the .kmz is compressed. The size of these files is small, so compression doesn't matter.What do you do with the kml file.. can you use that offline?
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Sweet this is great!I just downloaded the BackCountry Navigator and finally figured out how to get the file imported. My phone wouldn't automatically download the KML file (2nd one in first post) so I had to save the file to my PC and then email it to my phone as an attachment. When I opened the attachment on my phone, it automatically gave me the option to import into The BackCountry app. You can name it what you want and save it to your "trips".
I haven't even scratched the surface of what the app is capable of, but hopefully I'll get some time to play with it so I can actually make use of it once I arrive on the lake bed end of next week.
I use Gaia GPS / Offline Topo on the iPad & iPhone tho I needed to convert these files to a .GPX file before it would import correctly.Any apps for an iPhone to use these? I've been using motionx but I'm not too crazy about it
Edit-gps kit allows you to import directly into it and cache maps for offline use :smokin: