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In addition to camping gear sales and rentals, we have for many years rented GPS navigation units for everything from a backcountry hike in the Sierras to driving the streets of Budapest.
We feature Garmin handhelds for geocaching and trail use; Magellan and Garmin units for travel in the US and Canada, and Garmin units for international travel. Also check out the SPOT and InReach rescue devices to stay in touch with friends and family when out in the hinterlands.
We've probably rented more GPS units over the years than anyone else on the web and will be glad to answer any questions you may have on the subject. We consult with and meet the temporary and long-term GPS needs for many large corporate team-building exercises, church youth groups, sales blitz projects, and car rental companies. For lots of details, check out our helpful Advice Pages on GPS, including information on geocaching if you are planning an event, and for the basics, see a great article on how the GPS system works. If you prefer, just give us a call.
We also have a nice library of other GPS how-to articles. Here are the links to our other articles in this series:
How to Mark a Waypoint with a GPS
How to Manually Enter a Waypoint Coordinate into a GPS
How to Navigate to a Waypoint with a GPS
How and Why to Change Map Orientation on a GPS
How to Change Measurement Units and Map Format Setting on a GPS
How to Record a Track of Waypoints on a GPS
How to Use a GPS to Find Your Location on a Map
What does WAAS Mean for a GPS
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