When the Bear 100 was first conceived, Leland hoped for a point-to-point run from Logan to Bear Lake. Regulatory hurdles prevented this from happening, until now. Because of your stewardship over your forest, the Wasatch-Cache/Uinta National Forest, along with the Caribou National Forest, have granted permission for the point-to-point course originally contemplated.
Thanks to Chris here is a link to Google Maps of the course Bear 100 Course in Google Maps
Thanks to Wayne Moore, the Cowley Canyon Aid Station Caption for creating a multi-page Pdf File of the entire Course
The maps are best viewed outside of your browser in a stand alone viewer, like Microsoft Windows Picture and Fax Viewer. To save the maps to your hard drive and view them in a viewer either download the compressed images or each individual image.
Detailed Course Maps can be downloaded individually following steps:
- Click on the thumbnail to open the large map;
- Right click on the map after it loads;
- Choose “save image as” and then save it where you want it on your hard drive.
- You can then open it in your viewer by clicking on it in Windows Explorer or Mac Finder.
NOTE: the maps are very detailed and very large. You can zoom in on them in your viewer with great detail.