Map and compass continues to go by the wayside in exchange for advanced technology. Case in point, Shenandoah National Park’s new GPS Ranger program. For 10 bucks you can now rent a GPS at the park with pre-set hikes that will also “key on points of interest and direct your discovery through audio, video, and animation.”
Read more about the program here.
Read a first person account of using a GPS Ranger here.