GPS Mapping

Here are a few GPS mapping projects that I’ve been working on from the past semester and this current semester.

This is a map of the walking path through the Bridgewater Ironworks off of High Street that I traced with Google Tracks on my smart phone.
This is an  outline of the route that I took during the Geography Clubs GeoCaching Event.
And a Google Earth View of the Route:

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This is an outline of my friend’s hike through the Appalachian Mountains using his GPS points.