|12-12-2005, 07:57 PM||#1|
Joined: Oct 2005
Location: Central Oklahoma, the Land of Vertical Curves
Great (free) site to find USGS waypoints
Here is a site link that I use to find waypoints using USGS maps. Maptech If Maptech can find the place, moving the cursor over the map will show the coordinates on the left side of the map. You can change the coordinate readout to DMS (Degrees-Minutes-Seconds), DM.MM (Degrees,Decmial Minutes), DD.DD (Decmial Degrees) or UTM (Universal Transverse
It will work with dial-up, slowly, but it works better than some of the others.
Type in the place name and the state. It will give you a list of places with that name. The USGS maps will show trails, jeep trails, roads and contours.
Try these places in the serach:
Engineer Pass, CO
Good luck and enjoy.
|12-13-2005, 09:14 AM||#2|
Joined: Jan 2004
Location: NE Ohio
Thanks for the info
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