Rob Liberti wrote:
There is a maze between the 2 points on one of the roads and no map for the maze is generally available.
That... I think is the REAL issue... not whether the road is longer or shorter.
Most people get the GPS version - turn left, straight ahead 100m, turn right etc. But, most people already know how to read a map, and if not, can be taught to do so in a matter of minutes. The difference is having a basic roadmap and a topographical map. And even with a topographical map, navigating and knowing the terrain and natural obstacles is not quite the same thing... unless you have a guide that is far more experienced than you.