LONE WOLF EXPEDITIONS GPS & MAP PAGE
On this page you will find links to the GPS files for the T.W.A.T. route and other rides
as well. There are several versions so read the description. These files should work
on most GPS units that allow tracks to be displayed. Many of the newer automotive
style units are not well suited for this type route.
I use a Garmin 60CSX and usually run the TOPO software. This software does not
allow for auto routing so I just zoom in on the track and follow that. This method works
very good as long as you keep an eye on the turns. There is no guarantee that these
files will work for you, so take a look at them and make sure they load correctly before
taking off on your trip.
Big thanks to Bryan Much (cannonshot) and Mark Sampson (BigDogAdventure.com)
for the help with this route.
Other GPS Files
This is the file from the 2008 Great River Gravel ride. this is a 522
mile route that goes through parts of Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa
and Illinois. Very fun 3 day route!
MAPS!!!! click here to view the screen shots of the
route. Its a good idea to trace this route to a paper map
in case your GPS dies on you!
The 2012 TWAT route for groups has the same ROUTE as the old file, but
the TRACKS are set up in a way that if you start in Galena Illinois in the
morning, you will end up in Black River Falls that night, then Clam Lake
the following night. This makes lodging easier to plan.
The TWAT Dual Sport version of the GPS file is a more refined file for the rider
that likes to incorporate as much off road riding as possible. This route grows
to 630+ Miles!
Trans Wisconsin Overland Route
Recently there has been a lot of interest in doing the Trans
Wisconsin Trail in 4 wheel drive vehicles. This is a nice route
that lets you see almost every terrain Wisconsin has to offer.
This is not a difficult route for 4 wheeled vehicles, in fact you
will probably never use 4 wheel drive, unless conditions are
The Driftless area offers some of the best twisty road riding that you can
find anywhere. These GPS tracks start and end in Westby and offer up at
least 2-3 days of riding opportunities.