Today we added Big Sky resort to our Utah/Northern Rockies set of SnowRanger GPS ski resort maps. The map includes the edge of Moonlight Basin, but a separate map for that resort will be published at a later date. Big Sky and Moonlight together constitute the largest area in the US that can be skied […]
View All Vail, Colorado, now has WiFi access throughout the town, courtesy of CenturyTel. It’s free for the first hour, then with a variety of daily through annual plans available. There are no detailed coverage map available, but their FAQ says it’s available within the town limits.
View All Loveland is making snow About.com, citing the Colorado Springs Gazette, reports that Loveland has started to make snow, helped by several inches of the natural stuff. Loveland has a nice montage of photos. Fellow early-opener Arapahoe Basin is also making snow, while the Vail area got about a 2′ dump recently. Southwestern Colorado, […]
If you’re free on Saturday January 20th and in the general vicinity of Lake Tahoe, come and join us for a day of GPS challenge and fun at Kirkwood Mountain Resort. Skiocaching™ is a GPS treasure hunt where you find a series of locations on the mountain using your wits and, of course, your skis […]
TomTom to buy Tele Atlas As you’ve no doubt seen in the news this week, vehicle navigation kings TomTom have bought street map duopolist Tele Atlas. TomTom rule the car and Personal Navigation Device (PND) market in Europe and are giving market leaders Garmin a run for their money in the US. This will leave […]
FUNfinderGPS have launched their innovative GPS rental service at the Grand Canyon.Mountain Dynamics developed some of the maps being used on the unit (a large screenMagellan CrossoverGPS), which combines a variety of sources of visitor information into an easy to use, location-aware, virtual tour guide. The FUNfinder units are available at the IMAX Visitor Center […]
Garmin have announce a new high end 700 series of their hit nüvi personal navigation devices (PNDs). These are broadly similar to the 600 series, but with a 200-series-style embedded antenna rather than the 300- and 600-series-style flip-up, and 1/10″ shaved off the height and thickness for a very slim package. Pricing looks similar to […]