I use Gaia GPS. The dowload is around $20 but it is worth every penny- great ability to store bread crumb tracks and provides real-time access (or download) of various map including USGS topo, and some open source maps as well.
I just picked up a used Magellan TRX7. So far I am really digging it. I hope to get to use it more once I finish up a month long Army school that I leave for in a week.
Initial impressions are good. Has a huge base load of trails. It knew of quite a few in my area that I didn’t. I’ll be exploring those as time permits. The POI’s seem good and it nice to have a database of fuel food etc. That doesn’t require interwebs.
Rovers At Wintergreen
39 Mountain Inn Loop, Roseland, VA
April 3-5, 2020
Please join us for our annual spring rally. Our Rovers At Wintergreen (RAW) rally is hosted at the Wintergreen Ski Resort conveniently located in central Virginia. This location affords us access to the comforts of the...
The Rover Owners Association of Virginia (ROAV) is proud to announce the official kick-off in planning for the North American Tour of the Oxford Rover. We are hoping that each of you can reach back into your respective organization and discuss how you can be a part of this exciting adventure...
Moved down the coast a tad due to hurricane damage @ PI. June 19-21 Cabin rentals here Great Island Cabins Rental Rates - Cape Lookout National Seashore (U.S. National Park Service)
Cabins sleep 6-8, more if you bring cots.