Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Google Earth: Louisville Loop route .kmz

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Louisville Loop.kmz (4 KB)

Some have asked, "Where is the Loop?" "Is it built?" "Where do I get on it?"

Well, I've attached file that shows the location of the built portion of the
Louisville Loop. The file is a .kmz file which will plug into Google Earth,
a free mapping program. First, download Google Earth at Then take the file and click on it.
It should fire up the program, insert the Loop into Louisville, KY, and then
you will see the loop as a purple line along the Ohio River. There are many
places along the path where you can jump on and do a short portion or ride
the whole thing.

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