Mountain Hiking in Mauritius

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    Picture taken on the summit of Corps de Garde mountain, central Mauritius, towards Tamarin Bay.

    I have published the GPS track logs for the hiking routes which I undertook during my stay in Mauritius in February 2008.

    So I hope the routes provided will be a good incentive for aspiring hikers to get off the beach and into the vegetation when they are in Mauritius.

    MAURITIUS GPS ROUTES

    Good luck, and I look forward to seeing your pictures on Flickr.

    Thailand and World Inspiration, and 2 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Ric0p ages ago | reply

      Very nice composure. Looks like an advertising for shoes/GPS device. Very well done :)

    2. rubared ages ago | reply

      Thanks Ric0p, glad you like the picture.

    3. Mauritius100 ages ago | reply

      Great idea!

    4. rubared ages ago | reply

      Thanks Mauritius100, so I'll look forward to your pictures from the tops of these mountains then? :-)

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      Seen on my Flickr home page. (?)

    5. Asadbabil (super busy) ages ago | reply

      Excellent image and beautiful composition. Great Idea, but not any more as my last hiking in Midland cost me one knee. Well done my friend.

      just A

      Your photo is “A” Class
      Please, consider adding this photo to “A” Class group

    6. ute377 ages ago | reply

      Great capture!

    7. endurable group [deleted] ages ago | reply

      Cool stuff rubared!!!
      I was waiting for something like this for ages!!!

      Just a question: Those maps you use on your Garmin Device, are they compatible with Windows Mobile Devices?
      Cause I've got a Pocket PC with GPS built it. If it works, I wont have to get a Garmin.

      Thanks a lot for the GPX log.
      Good job!!!

    8. rubared ages ago | reply

      Rishi The Mauritius map I use are produced by Garmap, and as far as I can tell, they make maps for Garmin devices only.
      There are other tools which can probably create maps for your Windows Mobile/Pocket PC, for example, GPSMapEdit. But this is all speculation as I don't own a Windows Mobile.
      Saying that, the maps are only strictly required if you want to do routing, if you are just interested in the hiking routes, there is bound to be software available to display the tracks on your device. If you take your hiking seriously, then a handheld Garmin is probably the ideal solution as there is lots of third party support for creating your own maps including topo maps for anywhere in the world from freely available data.

      Sorry couldn't be of any more help.

    9. Zaheer - The Strange Tourist ages ago | reply

      this photo is looking very adventurous!!
      nice shot

    10. rubared ages ago | reply

      Thanks Zaheer. (was Muhammad.)

    11. Helseth 116 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called In The Wilderness, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

      great shot!

    12. Gabriela Fulcher Photography 114 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Adventurers from around the World, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

      Very nice!

    13. gild_a_lily 111 months ago | reply

      This is a wonderful shot! I'm trying to put together a PowerPoint presentation with a theme of Expeditions, which is for a small group of people and will only be used once, most probably. This image would be ideal ... could I have your permission to use it, please? Thanks

    14. Nancy Rose 79 months ago | reply

      wonderful setting for this nice shot with the perfect DoF

    15. rubared 79 months ago | reply

      Thanks Nancy, you have some pretty interesting shots on your stream as well.

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