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Assess Ears access query (GPS points request)
jgoding
19/04/2010
7:27:57 AM
Hi,


I'm hoping to be able to get some help to better describe the access to the Asses Ears using GPS Points of Interest and a good map.

Does anyone have "points of interest" (Longitude and Lattitude) GPS data for:

1: The corner of Mt Victory road and the Asses Ears road
2: The car park for the Asses Ears
3: The base of the main wall

Here is the map we're going to be putting this info onto - which will be part of the new "Sublime Climbs - a select guide to climbing in Victoria".


Regards,

Josef & the team at Rockmaster Publications
http://www.rockmaster.com.au/

nmonteith
19/04/2010
8:25:01 AM
Why don't you just get them off Google Earth?
ZERO
19/04/2010
11:32:20 AM
You could also look at the DSE website, interactive mapping. They will show walking and 4WD tracks.

nmonteith
19/04/2010
11:45:06 AM
>1: The corner of Mt Victory road and the Asses Ears road

-37.0766 142.3660

>2: The car park for the Asses Ears

-37.0870 142.3293

>3: The base of the main wall

-37.0928 142.3310

Taken from Google Earth.
jgoding
20/04/2010
7:38:46 AM
Thanks all. Steve - do you have a link for that DSE site you're talking about? Sounds worth checking out.

PS Does anyone know if this standard we've been using is OK, or if there is a better (different format) way to show the points of interest:

Smith's Mill Camp
S37 06.506 E142 25.421
ZERO
20/04/2010
8:52:23 AM
www.dse.vic.gov.au
on right hand side is "INTERACIVE MAPS"
use forest explorer or biodiversity interactive maps.

They are good tools for making maps for your particular walk, crag etc.
kieranl
20/04/2010
11:07:39 AM
These maps are brilliant. Why didn't I find this before?

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