Good-quality, coloured maps of the Silver Spoon Trails are available below, or from the DRXC Membership Coordinator.
Maps of the backcountry trails in the Bass Lake and Forestry trail systems are available below.
Maps of the Four Seasons Conservancy’s Snowshoe Trails are available below or, for a nominal fee, from either the DRXC chalet or the Secretary, Four Seasons Conservancy, P.O. Box 591, Deep River, ON.
GPS tracks corresponding to the trail maps are provided in GPS Exchange Format (.gpx). The WGS84 reference datum was used during recording these tracks. Track names correspond to trail names on the maps, with the exception of the “SS snowshoe” tracks. For these snowshoe trails, tracks are named after the major features or endpoints encountered.
These may be useful as a navigation aid by uploading them into a GPS receiver or suitably configured smart-phone. They may also be useful for making your own maps, or examining the route using something like Google Earth Pro. Given the wide variety of devices and software available for use with GPX files it is not possible to provide instructions on how to load the GPX files onto your device etc.
These Global Positioning System track files are made available with the understanding that data are provided with no warranties, expressed or implied, concerning data accuracy, completeness, reliability, or suitability. The end user assumes the entire risk as to the quality of the data.
Do not rely solely on the GPS. Test your device and practice using it on a trail you know before venturing into new territory.