OS Maps Review

I’ve been a keen user of digital maps ever since I bought the whole of Wales in 1:50k mapping from Tracklogs over ten years ago. That really got me hooked, but only to a certain degree as ‘proper’ 1:25k mapping was simply too expensive. I’m fully used to the way Tracklogs works, having tried out …

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Torridon Mountain Map Now Available

The BMC and Harvey Maps have just announced the twelfth map in their series of wonderful Mountain Maps. The latest map, Torridon and Fisherfield covers such classics as An Teallach, Beinn Eighe and Liathach. These maps are in the rather unusual 1:40,000 scale, but one that bridges the gap between the usual 1:25k and 1:50k with the …

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Berghaus Map Case Review

I’m usually torn when it comes to map cases. On some level, I think they’re useless and a waterproof map serves the purpose much better. On another, they work out cheaper if you need to buy loads of maps rather than just a couple. So when on home turf, I’m usually found with a waterproof …

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