From a weekend to a week, purchase our GPS routes and never worry about where to eat, where to get fuel, and most importantly, how to get the most curves-per mile - guaranteed! Our routes are made for vehicles that favor the curves -That means motorcycles of all types as well as sporty cars.
The perfect two-day getaway: Want to traverse three 8200 foot [2500m] and above Sierra Passes with remote lakes and some of the best views in the state?
Nestled inside a national forest, most of this stretch of the Northern Sierras has yet to be discovered by the city living populations. Centered around the town of Quincy, CA, this route takes you to small towns and lakes with elevations around 4000 feet [1200m]. This means that the roads are open for most of the year.
Is your favorite place "the middle of nowhere?" The US Government along with local electricity companies have built some of the most beautiful reservoirs in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Best of all, they also build world-class roads to lead you there! This route will take you to half a dozen different bodies of water, including two which share a unique connection - water is pumped uphill at night to provide additional power during the day!
While it may seem silly to purchase a separate GPS in 2014 when your mobile phone has superior hardware, dedicated units have significant advantages. First, all maps are local to the device so you are not dependent on cellular connectivity (most of our routes will take you places without coverage). Second, GPSs often come with separate mounts and power adapters so you don't have to worry about running down the battery of your phone.
Garmin has several lines of GPSs that support tracks - Zumo, Montana, Oregon, and a few Nuvi models. Check the specifications before purchasing. If you do want to use your mobile phone, MotionX for iPhone can follow tracks.
You will receive a paper description of the route along with the purchase, so it is possible to follow without a GPS or phone of any kind; however, points of interest, road condition warnings, etc will only appear in the digital GPS route file.