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Trail Map User's Guide

When you purchase a snowmobile or ATV trail map from this site you will have instant access to download your trail map. The Garmin X Package products require the use of a Windows PC or Mac computer to install to your GPS or purchase the pre-loaded microSD card for plug and play in your Garmin GPS. The KMZ Smart Phone Data can be downloaded directly to your phone or tablet. You will be able to access the download for the latest version of the map for a period of 1 year.

If you are not familiar with your Garmin GPS, download the user’s manual for your model from the Garmin website. Familiarize yourself with the map screen and configuration menus. Understand all the options in the “Map” configuration menu for your GPS. Your snowmobile or ATV GPS trail map is a transparent overlay that is displayed over the factory installed street map and is just another map as far as your GPS is concerned. After installation, using Garmin BaseCamp, your GPS Trailmasters map will be listed under the “Map Information” section within the Map configuration menu. Operating your GPS with our trail map is no different than operating it with the factory street map.

Do not expect to use advanced auto-routing features your first time out on the trail. Use your new GPS trail map without routing until you are comfortable planning your own way, using the GPS simply to view three things:

  1. Where you are on the map.
  2. Where you have traveled (Trip Log).
  3. Where you would like to go.

Always have a paper map as a secondary reference. Your GPS map could be missing trails or trails may have changed since your last update. When there is a conflict between what your GPS or paper map indicates and what you see on the trails, understand that your GPS map may be incorrect and groomed trails should always take precedence.

Auto-routing on the snowmobile or ATV trails should only be used as an aid to your now expert GPS navigation skills. Do not “blindly” follow a GPS auto-route without understanding where it is taking you. Routing is a built-in feature of most GPS models. Consult your Garmin user’s manual for how to use the “Where To” feature and how to touch a location on the map and initiate a route. Your GPS trail map does have the following limitations/differences from routing with a street map:

  1. There are no searchable street address’s on your trail map, all points of interest are searched within the provided categories (i.e., Fuel, Food, Lodging).
  2. Your GPS trail map will not route over lakes and closed trails.
  3. The arrival time of your route is likely optimistic, plan an additional 20% for time (for example, if your GPS indicates a route will take 2.5 hours, add 20% = 30 minutes to your arrival estimate).

Have fun and ride safe!