GPS Challenge V, May 1st
HOT4X4 GPS Challenge V
Saturday May 1st
Starting location : To be announced in the week prior (Fraser Valley area - use Sumas Border Crossing - got your Passport?)
Arrive between 8 and 9AM for staggered departures
Vehicles may work alone or in teams of two.
Bring a lunch, the day is expected to be 5 or more hours long.
Functioning and in good working order 4x4 vehicle equipped with the normally accepted trail equipment such as, but not limited to front and rear tow points, tow strap, shovel, jack, full size spare tire and CB, Amateur Radio (HAM).
***GPS using WGS 84***
The purpose of this challenge is to make your way though a set course, making your way from one GPS coordinate to another. At each GPS coordinate location, you will receive the next coordinate.
What your GPS and you needs to be able to do:
Enter waypoint coordinates and make your way to them. If you are new to this type of challenge, please practice entering coordinates such as N49 05.092 W122 00.641 into your GPS and using the seek function to make your way to them. www.geocaching.com is an excellent site for doing a similar sort of challenge.
We have set up a challenging set of coordinates to locate.
Please send Registration and any questions to Wes @ hot4x4.ca if you intend to attend. Space is limited.
***Please note, this challenge is merely a fun outing. It is not a competitive event. There are no speed or timing components.
***This event is free, but donations to the club are appreciated.
Past event reports by Larry Soo
HOT4X4 GPS Challenge Coordinator
Herd of Turtles 4WD Society Member
This sounds awesome..
Its alot of fun.
Should try to come up :)
Getting closer to full now, but still have a good selection of spots available.
20+ teams registered, two teams are even coming up from south of the 49th :)
Contact me if you want in! :bounce:
Sounds like alot of fun but I will at the Beverly Dunes clean up, and some playing too of course. Have fun all:thumbup:
26 teams registered so far
Pics from one of my helpers
A quick call on the VHF and I was on route from town with a ball joint kit and the tool/press was just a phone call and 10 minute drive away from the trail head.
I dunno though. Been wheeling on that mountain for years and never seen that kind of carnage before... the trails are not that hard. Its just a maze up there. I have quite a list from my participants... i am glad hey all signed the waiver :)
Everyone came away with a big grin in their faces, all good.
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