Looking to get a GPS Forums › Mountain Bike Forum › Looking to get a GPS Tweet Add to Flipboard Magazine. Tagged: gps, Trails Viewing 1 reply thread Author Posts September 13, 2010 at 23:35 #92231 Badcrow Found myself with a hundred dollar walmart gift card, been looking at some GPS units on the web site and was wondering what the best choice for me would be. I’m not shy about dropping another hundred or so to get a upgraded unit. [url:r182bb50]http://www.walmart.com/browse/GPS-Navigation/Handheld-GPS-Units/_/N-73ltZaq90Zaqce/Ne-2p4j?catNavId=538883&tab_value=Online&ic=39_0&ref=125875.331265&search_sort=4&selected_items=+&depts=[/url:r182bb50] I like the looks of the Venture HC or the Summit HC but I’m a total GPS noob so I have no clue. I’m looking for a unit to map out some trails in the area that aren’t updated or have zero information. September 17, 2010 at 03:48 #92232 Kanuck I’ve been using a Garmin Dakota 20 for the last couple of months. It is pretty robust and doesn’t seem to loose satilite contact. It also is compatible with the Birdseye view imagery. Definately a great GPS and worth the money. Author Posts Viewing 1 reply thread RELATED TOPICS Topic Voices Posts Freshness The Monkey Trail business. Started by: Mickey Young in: Mountain Bike Forum 1 5 1 week, 1 day ago fjoksls Casino could block MTB access to Vietnam Started by: Greg Heil in: Mountain Bike Forum 4 6 2 weeks, 5 days ago SamDuglas Class 1 ebike friendly Single track trails in IL Started by: kfc2 in: Mountain Bike Forum 1 1 2 weeks, 6 days ago kfc2 Help buying mtb Started by: Chad Huff in: Mountain Bike Forum 3 4 1 month ago TK34 What do you do when it's too wet to ride… ? Started by: Greg Heil in: Mountain Bike Forum 61 65 1 month, 1 week ago Lowerkoker You must be logged in to reply to this topic.