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    Quote Originally Posted by Malasimbo View Post
    I have find no Topo-Card of Mindoro but its ok i will track all my waypoints and show it to u on google earth.Im really interessted in Tracking and walking and of course mountainiering.
    Welcome to RoadGuide Malasimbo! Try downloading a Philippine topo map for your oregon here http://RoadGuide.ph/forums/showthread.php?t=500

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    Smile mountaineer here!

    hi guys me and my old gps is been going around the philippines for some time now. i got waypoints of apo, dulang, kitanglad, kalatungan, lumot, sumagaya of mindanao and i also have waypoints of the last two exploration in the zambales mountain range. sadly i still depend on google earth due to the lackness of topogaphic maps heres in the philippines. where can i trouble myself to get one? namria has maps but it cost to much for an average mountaineer and i dont know if tis compatible on our gps. visit our site www.tarlacmc.multiply.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by ridgeandgullies View Post
    hi guys me and my old gps is been going around the philippines for some time now. i got waypoints of apo, dulang, kitanglad, kalatungan, lumot, sumagaya of mindanao and i also have waypoints of the last two exploration in the zambales mountain range. sadly i still depend on google earth due to the lackness of topogaphic maps heres in the philippines. where can i trouble myself to get one? namria has maps but it cost to much for an average mountaineer and i dont know if tis compatible on our gps. visit our site www.tarlacmc.multiply.com
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    Smile Mindoro Trekking

    Hi all,

    Im just excited a little ,conte lang.but in 5 Days is our Flight to the Philippines again.So i allready bought some extra AKKUS for my Garmin Oregon 550 an load all my cards to my netbook and to my device.
    From Juli on i will trekk my first tours and i will save them and if there are any good tours i will upload theme.
    I stiil do not know how to upload tracks here but i have a google acount and ther i load all my tours.
    Im still here in Munich and i can link u some of my biketours around munich.
    http://maps.google.de/maps/ms?hl=de&...0d0e417cd&z=13
    OK i hopethe flight is soon over coz 1 day flight.But sige na lang i have about 30 flights ago survived.
    Ok see u soon and watch my tracks to the mountains of Mindoro especially from White Beach or Aninuan to Mt.Malasimbo and Bike trips along the coast from Talipanan Point to Calapan.
    BYE BYE
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    Quote Originally Posted by felixbertoo View Post
    Hello rem, I also climb once in a while, but i haven't been to any mountain other than Mt. Talinis here in Negros Oriental. I have tracks on trailheads going in and out of the area. If by chance you can come here, I would gladly volunteer to guide you.


    Do you have any ideal about the trail from Lake Yagumyum to Kaipuhan Sulfur Vent?

    I need a guide on our trek just give me hent.. if you have a map thanks for it

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    Hello Joel,
    the best route to kaipohan via yagumyum is from Dauin area (i will post the tracks later). yagumyum to kaipohan is a two hour trek(downhill mostly) but the route is under dense foliage, my etrex was not able to track the route. hope this helps.
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