All of the following Rocky Mountain National Park GPS waypoints and routes have been obtained by using a Magellan GPS while hiking around the park. All waypoints are in WGS84 datum and should only be used for recreational purposes and NOT for primary navigation. Always carry a map and a compass with you for primary navigation. The name of each waypoint is 6 characters (the limitation of the GPS unit used). The download file is named rockymtngps.zip. This zip file contains a text file named rockymtn.txt. Please read the instructions for your gps software on how to reformat and import the generic text file. A spreadsheet program can be used to reformat the text file, if necessary, for your current gps.
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