I haven't kept up with the latest maps so I'm not sure what maps that
National Geographics are making. I've had 7.5 minute topo maps on
disk for that area for a few years, I just use them... have both
Maptech's and the old TOPO! disks. Maptech's does better for
creating exportable tracks and TOPO! does better for print outs, but
mine are 4 or 5 years old.
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> > Coy,
> > If you need some help with maps, I can work you up some topo stip
> > maps to email to you that fit on 8.5x11 inch paper, in jpeg
> > Let me know... also if you can handle them being zipped into one
> > for transfer (it is a little easier that way). I'm guessing it
> > take 4 to 6 sheets. From what I remember the way you are going,
> > counterclockwise from Standing Indian Campground is the easiest
> > follow, especially with the maps.
> National Geographic has finally made maps covering the areas south
> the Smokies, including Standing Indian. Dave, do you think that
> these are good enough to use in this area? I was considering
> them, but I see here that you're using the regular topos. Was that
> because you found the others insufficient?
> Doug Frost