Interactive GPS art • Grab a pencil!

Interactive Strava art by Stephen Lund • There's just one way through the maze to Victoria's Craigdarroch Castle garmin gps strava art cycling cyclist bicycle Stephen Lund

Interactive Strava art by Stephen Lund • There’s just one way through the maze to Victoria’s Craigdarroch Castle

A work of GPS art from January 26, 2015

There’s just one route through this giant maze, which begins at Royal Jubilee Hospital (top right) and ends at Craigdarroch Castle, covering five of Victoria’s central neighbourhoods* along the way.

Sketching this work of Strava art was decidedly nerve-racking, as I knew a half-block deviation in the wrong direction could botch the whole thing.

It was also decidedly slow-going, as the whole thing is laden with 90º corners, short lines and tight turnarounds.

A few things went wrong in the lower left corner – I missed a zig and a zag, and a GPS glitch created some funky loop and whorls – but happily, these didn’t mess up the path through the maze.

Have fun!

See it on Strava

* The maze covers, in whole or in part, the neighbourhoods of Fernwood, North Park, Rock Bay, Harris Green and Downtown.

About Stephen

Brand strategist and creative director by day. Hyper-competitive GPS-art obsessed cyclist most of the rest of the time.
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