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Map & Compass: Using the UTM/MGRS map coordinate system
Thursday, March 18 @ 18:47:34 PST by drew (8578 reads)
Navigation Basics and BeyondHere is an article on using UTM maps coordinates. UTM Guide And another site Here I am starting to display info using UTM and thought you may want to brush up a little. Enjoy! Drew

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Map & Compass: Finding Your Way with a Map and Compass
Tuesday, September 23 @ 14:29:43 PDT by drew (6079 reads)
Navigation Basics and Beyond *** Updated with more links *** If you are lost without a compass, point the hour hand of your watch at the sun. Halfway between the hour hand and 12 on the watch will be south. This even works with Daylight Saving Time. Take a look at the first in a series of do*****ents on navigation. I know it is a little basic, but we must start somewhere. The first is titled "finding your way with a map and compass" Located here:
Finding your way
Another Great set of pages are here Map Tools Look under the Content area for more links and info Eyehike Content A few do*****ents in the pub folder have been added

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Random Photos
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From: John Muir Trail, CA

Phantom Ship rock seen from Sun Notch Trail.
Phantom Ship rock seen from Sun Notch Trail.
From: Sun Notch Trail, OR



From: Wonderland Aug 29-Sep-4 2001

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From: Dillon Falls, OR

Spring wildflowers of yellow Violets and Bleeding Hearts decorate the first portion of the Saddle Mountain Trail.
Spring wildflowers of yellow Violets and Bleeding Hearts decorate the first portion of the Saddle Mountain Trail.
From: Saddle Mountain, OR


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