Skyline/C2C & CalTopo Distance Accuracy?

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Re: Skyline/C2C & CalTopo Distance Accuracy?

Postby GoPlayer » Fri Jun 17, 2016 9:49 pm

Hikin_Jim wrote:
GoPlayer wrote:I'd just like to use this post also to Thank You for those great maps HJ!
Hey, glad to hear someone's actually using them.

In fact I just printed a portion of your Marion Mountain and Vicinity map since I want to do the 7 peak loop tomorrow and was looking for ways from Marion Mountain back to Deer Springs trail.

Hikin_Jim wrote:[Bragging on]
The guys at CalTopo noticed the traffic coming to some of my maps and gave me a free account. How cool is that?

I also got mentioned on Andrew Skurka's blog. Kind of makes me feel like I done good.
[bragging off]

I will have to look more into CalTopo. I pretty much do all my stuff locally in OziExplorer with which I started some 12 years ago.
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Re: Skyline/C2C & CalTopo Distance Accuracy?

Postby Ed » Sat Jun 18, 2016 8:34 am

Interesting stuff, GoPlayer. Nice to see data from someone who takes the trouble to generate it.

P.S. to Zip on my earlier post: Sorry, should have been 'effect', not 'affect'.
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