These are GPS tracks to the usual tourist spots around the Nellis range, plus a few lesser known spots. The files are in Garmin GDB3 format (currently
what they use), GPX (a more universal format), and Google Earth KMZ for viewing. You may have to zoom in on the Google Earth KMZ files if it doesn't
Oh, you are on your own if you screw up and cross the border, or get stuck in the middle of nowhere.
At first I didn't know what to make of it but then spent a few hours investigating the map trails/GPS on GE and I now have a much more refined
understanding of the restricted areas and accessible points, something I was unsure on before your OP, thank you. S&F
May I ask if you live in the area and this information is first hand or did you find it on the web?
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