Here are the ways to find your way.
Each student vehicle will be supplied with paper maps to and for Ensenada, and written routes to their respective ministry site/s. Individuals may wish to take the video in their pockets.
General Maps & Routes
- Tijuana Crossing: Route (pdf), southbound Video (mp4) & northbound Video (mp4)
- Otay Crossing: Route (pdf), southbound Video (mp4) & northbound Video (mp4)
- Quick-tour Video crossing town from the Ensenada tollbooth to RAV (mp4)
- Main Map of Ensenada (200Kb pdf)
We recommend that if possible everyone take along a
portable copy of this video showing the way from a major landmark to
the emergency gathering place.
Every participant will be given written instructions for finding this location.
We camp at RAV (Rancho Agua Viva) and from there we use route sheets, audio recordings, and videos to guide you to your ministry site/s--hence, RAVrav's.
Download routes, audios or videos that you may find helpful. If you have an iPhone, video iPod or other handheld mp4 player, you can carry the mp4 video with you. If you don't have video and need access to an audio only file, please email email@example.com. We will do our best to create one for you, but please note that if you email us last minute, it is likely we will not receive your request in time.
Whether you take your entertainment device or not we suggest you watch the video a couple of times from the comfort of home. (Non-student participants should print out the route sheet to carry along. Student team leaders (and drivers for the Sports & Med/Dent teams since there are multiple cars in their caravans) will be provided with the PDF routes below to their sites.)
These files are for Potter's Clay in the Spring of 2012.
Route (pdf) files will open in Adobe Acrobat. (~150-350Kb)
Items in blue cells not available at present, and possibly not this year.
Remember, things change "on the ground" down there: new stoplights; construction detours, etc. The maps are provided AS-IS. They're known to contain imperfections, but we believe that overall they can be helpful to you. We're eager to get your feedback (questions, problems, corrections, kudos).
Click here to email your comments to the Risk Assistant. Although we'll make every effort to fix problems or reply to any feedback prior to departure, we regret that we may be unable to do so. Please forgive us if we've spelled your name wrong.
Acknowledgments: Many thanks to Levi Bagdanov, Jean-Marc Apalategui, Lauren Cano, Greg Smith, Hani AbuGazaleh, Landon Strine, Matt Jones, James Miekle, Christina Gorton, Damian Durruty, Erin Hahn, Austin Harris and Leah Heher, plus the core teams of recent years, who have supported this project in numerous ways.