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Baja GPS - Media Review

Posted in Features on August 1, 2001
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Scouting Baja with the AAYWA Baja GPS GuideAll About Your WhereAbouts. That's what the AAYWA stands for. And to tell you the truth, it couldn't be a more accurate title. We've been skipping around Baja California, Mexico, for more than 20 years, and we've never seen a more detailed and user-friendly trail guide than the AAYWA Baja GPS Guide. It includes 58 routes for two- and four-wheel vehicles, making up hundreds of interconnected trails. Laminated course description charts with mileage and GPS waypoints lead you through Baja to ensure that you'll never get lost again. The guide also features skill ratings for every trail, topographical log maps, warnings of potential dangers, special tips, yellow pages for broken bodies and equipment, and some pretty amusing photos and stories. Produced by Lizard Lady Publications, the guide is the result of many months (over many years) spent traipsing about Baja with the help of sponsors such as American Honda, Amrel Systems, Alpinestars, and IMS.

If you're a Baja junkie, or even if you've never been there, this guide is one of the best reasons we've found to go. That and the Negro Modelo, of course. Check it out, it's worth a read.

Further Facts: The AAYWA Baja GPS Guide is published by Lizard Lady Publications Inc., P.O. Box 4795, Breckenridge, CO 80424,

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