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INFO: Current LARIO & SGRT maps over at TrailLink

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INFO: Current LARIO & SGRT maps over at TrailLink

Current LARIO & SGRT maps over at TrailLink



The current Rails to Trails Conservancy (RTC) LARIO and San Gabriel River Trail maps are available for download over at traillink.com. (Plus a bunch others. Look around.) They are current with my survey data as of last Saturday. You can download them free as a .GPX file and put them on your GPS.

Of course, RTC will use the opportunity to suggest a donation. (Why not?) I suggest: Just join RTC if you find value in their TrailLink data. I did. It's a great data base and nice organization.

The less techie option is to fiddle with the map until you get what you want and print it. Of course, those camera icons often obscure the important data such as the restroom icons. No camera icons on the .gpx file.

My method is to lay out the trail on Google Earth as a path, add icons for the facilities to check out and then print out segment maps for the bike.

Let me know what facilities I missed. There is a segment of the SGRT between Wilderness Park and the Narrows that needs a look, but the lower LARIO is first. (Yes, I included Legg Lake for a trailhead, but it's not ON the trail, so it's not there. No reason, just policy.)


Need some folks out there looking for trails that RTC does not know about and getting them into the data base. Lord knows what is up in the Valley that should be listed. You can browse their index map page and see what there and what is missing.

RTC is over in Washington, DC. SoCal has been rather under reported. Neither the LARIO or the SGRT are in the current guide book. The next edition should be more inclusive - by at least 16 newly listed trail.
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