I’ve been running and hiking different parts of the course and have found some of the trail intersections confusing. To help out, I’ve been using some maps that I’ve created from Caleb’s GPX file. I’ve linked to all the maps below plus I’ve added some info on a few apps that allows you to carry offline versions of the map on your phone. If you need help, just email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Link to the profile as a PDF: HL_profile_2018_adj
Caltopo map if you want to create your own maps.
Geospatial course maps allow you to view your location on a PDF document on your mobile device without having a cell signal.
- If you use the AllTrails app, I’ve created a customer map that can download by clicking the picture or link below.
- You can install the free Avenza app (iOS or Android) for viewing geospatial PDF course maps. Once you have the Avenza app installed, download and add any or all of the geospatial PDF course maps. I’ve found that keeping the maps in a DropBox account is the easiest way to transfer to your device. One recent change in the app is that the free version limits you to 2 active maps. To make it easy, I’ve created multiple maps giving detail of the entire course.
This link will give you a NE,NW,SE,SW map for the different part of the course. The advantage of using these is that they have a much higher resolution.
This link will give you an entire map of the course. Note that you can use this to follow the general direction of the course, but it is not high enough resolution in most cases.