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If there is a map for this area I can't find it. Does anyone know of a link to the map for this place? 

 

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The last time I was up there, black and white trail maps were in a container on the info board in the staging area.  The ranger station on Wentworth Springs Road will happily sell the full color maps.   

 

Google may your friend as well.   

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They sell a big, fold out, color map online and at the Ranger Station.  I think I spent $6 for mine.

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yeah I remember those GT color maps. Best maps ever and if you do not know the trails, you need it.  In the end, I had rode every inch of every trail so much.......Some had names before I got there, some had names after I left.

 

The Goat trail

The flume trail

Oh no not you again trail

Trestles & Rincon

Mace mills loop

The 4's

The 5's

Loop 1

 

The View trail

The deep water crossing :banana:

the switchbacks of death.... :confused:

.......and ...

 

the legendary ROCK LOBSTER :shocked:

 

..and who can ever forget "Collar Bone Alley" :facepalm:

 

GT the playground of the sierras

 

GT002.jpg

 

Top of 5's

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The wild flowers on The Flume trail

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Curt oldedude  at the start of Rincon


and here is The Top of Rock Lobster

 

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trail 9 crossing too  :sweden:

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If there is a map for this area I can't find it. Does anyone know of a link to the map for this place?

Thanks!

I found a smart phone app called Maplets where you can search for and download electronic gps enabled maps of Areas like this. I have one for both GT and Foresthill. They look like the original PDF maps that have been georeferenced. The Foresthill one is more accurate than the GT one but the GT one is close enough to keep you from getting lost. It's very helpful to see where you are via the little blue dot since half the trail at GT are not marked. You can also find the pdfs for download if you do some googling.

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