Tap the links below to go straight to information/live maps.
Toilets are available at Ubobo and Nagoorin.
The profile graphs at the bottom of each map are map generated and show land surface, not the track surface through the terrain.
Dragging your finger/mouse across the profile graph will move a dot locator (red round icon) along the trail on the map
The trail generally has a hard, easy to ride surface. There are some loose sandy sections.
Using the maps
Depending on screen size the maps have a list of locations beside or below the map.
The trail (red) has a number of icons along it pointing to points of interest. Zooming in will show them in more detail. Tapping on an icon will enable a popup with an image and or information
Tap the green heading at the top of each list item on the right/bottom side of the map to open an information/location popup on the map. On small screens scroll back up to the map after tapping the heading.
This is located at the top of each list item on the right/bottom side of the map and opens a standalone Google directions map.
This icon is located at the top of each list item on the right/bottom side of the map.
It opens a standalone map centred and zoomed in to the corresponding icon on the map, with an open popup showing an image and or information.
On small screens scroll up after tapping.
Using the map icons
Tap this icon in the top right corner of the map to download a gpx file for the trail.
This icon, in the top right corner, loads a standalone map with location list and elevation profile.
This loads the map only, fullscreen without location list or elevation profile.
This allows a choice of OSM or Google Maps
Resets the map zoom and centres the map.
Zooms the map to your location. Sometimes the Google maps layer is better to use for this.
Tapping either of these icons will show the icons clustered in that part of the map.
Each of those icons will show a popup with an image and or information if tapped.