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This page has the files that you can download for free for THEN projects and areas. The following types of files are available here.

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What is NOT here?

Free maps of other areas for your GPS are at TIMaps.

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Whitehorse Copper Belt

Details POIs for GPS
Points of interest (POI) files for GPS for all projects in the Whitehorse Copper Belt in KML and GPX formats. Download either KML or GPX. You do not need both. We suggest you use these POIs with Custom Maps below. KML GPX

When you load one of the POI files onto your GPS, you will find each POI for the Whitehorse Copper Belt identified by a six-character identifier called the POI ID: axxxnn .

The table below shows the POI ID for each project. For example, every POI at War Eagle will appear with an ID in the range NWAR00NWAR99.

This table also provides Custom Maps for GPS that you can download for each project or group of projects.

Project area POI ID maps for GPS
Copper Belt North Nxxxnn  
War Eagle NWARnn KMZ1 KMZ2 KMZ3
three maps cover two projects
Pueblo NPUEnn
Anaconda/Rabbit Foot NANAnn KMZ1 KMZ2 KMZ3
three maps cover two projects
Copper King/Carlisle NCOPnn
Copper Belt Centre Cxxxnn  
Spring Creek CSPCnn KMZ1 KMZ2
two maps cover four projects
Empress of India CEOInn
Grafter CGRAnn
Best Chance CBSTnn
Arctic Chief CARCnn KMZ1 KMZ2
two maps cover one project
Little Chief CLCHnn KMZ1 KMZ2 KMZ2
three maps cover three projects
Valerie CVALnn
North Star CNOSnn
Copper Belt South Sxxxnn  
Copper Cliff SCLFnn KMZ
Keewenaw SKEEnn KMZ1 KMZ2 KMZ3 KMZ4 KMZ5
five maps cover one project
Cowley Park SCOWnn KMZ1 KMZ2
two maps cover one project

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Copper Mines Branch (CMB)

Details POIs for GPS
Points of interest (POIs) and railway mile posts for GPS for the Copper Mines Branch in KML and GPX formats. Download either KML or GPX. You do not need both. We suggest you use these POIs with CMB Custom Maps below. KML GPX

When you load one of these POI files onto your GPS, you will find each POI identified by a five-character identifier, the POI ID:

Details maps for GPS
maps of the CMB in five sections starting at the south end KMZ1 KMZ2 KMZ3 KMZ4 KMZ5
five maps for the whole CMB
more detailed map of the rugged area between Moraine Drive and the Mount Sima Road where the bridges of POIs 2–7 once stood KMZ10

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Real Thing in Porter Creek

Real Thing in Porter Creek KML GPX points of interest (POIs)
PDF guide/checklist KMZ GPS map

When you load one of these POI files onto your GPS, you will find each POI identified by a five-character identifier, the POI ID: RTPnn, where nn is the POI in the range "01" to "99".

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Old Dawson Road

The Old Dawson Road in Porter Creek KMZ1 KMZ2 two GPS maps for the one project

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