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The core of this map is based on: Idaho's ARCGIS Map
linked from parksandrecreation.idaho.gov and from sources like: trails.idaho.gov.
Additional sources are credited below.
Obvious differences from THAT mapset are from on-trail experiences and changes perceived from the below credited sources.
Mileages were created at gpsvisualizer.com and are NOT OFFICIAL.
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Mile Marks are preceded with a letter code:
m = Main Route
e = East Route
w = West Route
z or y = Alternate and Other Routes
Main, East, and West routes are generally direct from the ARCGIS map cited above, altered for known or obvious re-routing.
Routes named gryfolge are from Gry Folge's 2019 thru-hike reflecting the day hiked and may have been simplified for appearance.
Primitive campsites named gryfolge are as above, other sites are predictive, NOT FACT.
Water sources named gryfolge are as above, other sources are predictive, NOT FACT.
Small Truck: Resupply point
Single Tent: Primitive Campsites
Green Star: Crossing Water Sources
Red Diamond: Important Read Me Notes
Red Square: Warnings
Blue Hiker: Trailhead/Junction with the Primary Trail named first
Green Ovals: County/State Borders
Blue Items: Common Notes, Information - Not fully implemented
Green Items: Common Landmarks, Geographic Features - Not fully implemented
Red Items: Special Notes and Alerts - Not fully implemented
Blue: Main Track
White: Used for underpinning the Main Track with Named Trails
Red: Primary Alternates, East and West, of the Main Track
Green: Known Alternate Routes roughly equal to the local section of the Main Track
Cyan: Known Off-Route Trails for Reference
Yellow: Gry Folge Tracks from 2019.
MC = Motorcycle
MC.s = Motorcycle - Seasonal
ATV = All Terrain or Utility Vehicles
ATV.s = All Terrain or Utility Vehicles - Seasonal
Jeep = Jeep
Jeep.s = Jeep - Seasonal
Auto = Automobile and Recreational Vehicles
Auto.s = Automobile and Recreational Vehicles - Seasonal
Trail = Nonmotorized: Foot, horse, unrestricted pack animal, etc.
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Map suggests several locations for water caches on the lower 90 miles. If driving drive down, drop off some water.
Additional water could easily be placed between mile 142 and 96 by camping at mile 142 on a prior day. Mile 142 can be reached from Fairfield via a direct route.
Allow about 4 hours to drop water between miles 142 and 96.
Outfitter, Barker River Expeditions may be able to help with placing water caches in lower 90 miles. In season, it would be an easy drop near map-miles 33, 64, and 70.
Note: Waypoint Positions and GPS Tracks reflect information gathered from
various sources and will vary somewhat from real world locations. Still today some park service information is sourced from coarse logging maps created in the early 1900's and is considered
'best source' with no effort to verify and update subsequent maps. Expect trailheads, campsites, water crossings, etc. to vary as much as a quarter-mile.
This data can easily be loaded onto the $5 MapOut app although there are currently problems with matching 'icons'.
I would like to follow any shared maps such as Garmin's https://share.garmin.com/bearbelle
This is a work-in-progress, contact me for the latest DRAFT version of data - which this map may not show.
Trail numbers and Names may be derived from different sources. Too often sources disagree on the trail name.
And some sources have 3-digit number while other have 4-digit number for the same trail. i.e. often 70XX is the same trail as 0XX and XX BUT this is NOT always the true.
And there are miscomprehensions and mistakes made by Warren, himself.
There are known unresolved issues with trail identification, but if you find one report it. Remember, this is a draft.
There is shuttle between the towns of Mullen and Wallace for resupply.
National Forest Development Roads, NFDR, differ from Forest Service Roads and are considered non-motorized and are used for hiking,
nature trips, horse travel, and snowshoeing and are best used from March until October. This distinction is not always clear and therefore this map has errors.
Some NFDR's are passible in high clearance vehicles. During any season, anyone traveling such roads in any vehicle should carry self-rescue equipment such as: rope,
saws, chains, shovels, buckets; as well as extra clothing, food, and water. NO CELL SERVICE.
Data includes information, tracks, waypoints, and descriptions derived from the following sources: