Your guide to the roads of Second Life!

Introduction The Continents The Drive Guides Tips for Travelers Contact Info The continent of Heterocera Route 1, Traverse Road and Atoll Road Route 2 (and several other roads) Southwestern Heterocera Route 3, 3a , 3b and 3.5 Route 4 Route 5 Route 6 and the Great Wall SL Railway on Heterocera Important intersections and road end points The Continent of Gaeta 5 Route 7 Route 7A and 7B The Continent of Satori Route 8 Route 8A Route 8B and Old Wagon Road Route 8C The Continent of Jeogeot Route 9 and 9A Route 10 and Northern Spur Road Wellington Road and "The Shortcut" West Coast Road, The Moleway and an Off-Road Route The Continent of Corsica Route 11 and Magellan Pass Circuit La Corse and its sideroads The Continent of Nautilus Route Route 12, 12A and 12B Route 13 Route 14

Route 9 is a very long road that makes a complete loop around most of Jeogeot. It has some elevation changes and a few steep hills, and includes landmarks such as the underwater Deongseo Tunnel and Lordshore Bridge. While not a very challenging drive, Route 9 is a fun and substantial road trip.

Route 9 has some of my favorite type of rez zone, the type that has a little pull off to the side of the main road with a park bench; almost like a mini rest area. I hadn't seen any of these since way back on Route 2, so it was a pleasant surprise. Many of Route 9's rez zones are located adjacent to sim crossings, but not all of them, so be sure to take things a little slower to reduce sim crossing lag.

Route 9 Drive Guide

This guide starts at the intersection of Routes 9 and 9A, traveling south west at first, and making the entire loop around Jeogeot. When you complete the loop and get back to where you started, you can take Route 9A to explore up into the Northern Peninsula of the continent.

Back to where we started! Now on to Route 9A =^.^=

Route 9A Drive Guide

Starting at the intersection of Route 9 and 9A, head west for 9A. After heading west a bit, then south, Route 9A eventually turns and heads north and goes about half way up the western side of Jeogeot's northern peninsula.

Not a very exciting ending, just a barrier with a "Road Ends" sign, but you can see the ocean off in the distance.

Let's hop in the car and hit the road!