The Active 20 is our latest 3rd generation, high-end outdoor dual button / touchscreen GPS device.
With a HighRes touchscreen for even more clarity when viewing maps of all scales WI-FI to allow for wireless snap-to-track routing and software upgrades. All within our rugged IP68 Waterproof casing.
Active 20 Platinum Edition
Our Active 20 Platinum Edition is the must-have product for every intrepid outdoor enthusiast who wants every square inch of Great Britain Ordnance Survey mapping at their fingertips, and is the equivalent of carrying 400 Explorer 1:25k paper maps and over 200 Landranger 1:50k paper maps!
- Canary Islands
- Channel Islands
- Czech Republic
- Faroe Islands
- Great Britain
- Isle of Man
- New Zealand
- South Africa
- South America
- Satmap Adventure
- Mountain Ranges
- Map Consolidation
- Walks and Trails
- National Parks
- Active 20 Accessories
- A10/A12 Bike and Vehicle Mounts
- Carry Cases
- Cases & Lanyards
- Power Traveller
- Goal Zero
- Goal Zero Power
- Quad Lock
- Redhill Cycle Club Kit
With the all-new Xpedition2 it is quick and easy to plan and view routes on a variety of international topographic mapping, share your favourite routes, tracks and much more.
Xpedition2 now has full functionality on Smartphones and Tablets, as well as PC & Mac
Snap-to-Road car routing comes as standard, along with Satmap Adventure mapping.
Please note that Xpedition2 LIVE is now fully launched, having been previously available in BETA format
A login is required to establish a free, standard User Account.
Please click below for - Xpedition2 Quick Start User Guide
With Xpedition2 Premium you'll have access to a raft of features and improvements to help you better plan for your next outdoor adventure. For just £40 a year you get,
- A Wider range of high quality worldwide mapping,
- Access to full GB Ordnance Survey 1:50k Landranger,
- Access to full GB Ordnance Survey 1:25k Explorer,
- Global "Snap-to-Track" routing for foot, bike and car
- Fully flexible spit-screen route planner.
- Printable route information and stats.
- Advanced route editing.
- Split-screen planning.
Please note that Xpedition2 is now fully launched in LIVE mode. Any free or Premium accounts will have fully carried across from the BETA version. Please use the link below to jump straight to Xpedition2 Premium subscription details on the Satmap shop.
A new and improved version of the German and Austrian Alpine Club map (Alpenvereinskarte Version 4) on SD card for use with a Satmap GPS device is now available. The German & Austrian Alpine Club (DAV/OeAV) has its own cartographic department which has developed a reputation for producing some of the best tourist mapping available for key Alpine resorts. In a unique partnership, Satmap has worked with the DAV/OeAV to put this outstanding mapping onto a Satmap GPS device, giving users high quality topographical mapping overlaid with useful information. The DAV/OeAV and Satmap have worked very hard to enhance the quality of the Version 4 map with even more accurately geo-referenced data of an even higher resolution.
The map covers key Alpine areas in Germany and Austria. The Version 4 map includes a full range of updated current sheets and 4 new DAV/OeAV maps.
Making a total of 74 areas covered in various scales of 1:25,000 or 1:50,000.
As before, the maps highlight useful information, such as the location of DAV huts, shelters and other accommodation options, and highlight trails, routes and protected areas.
The DAV/OeAV maps have very detailed information, and surface topography imagery.
Below is a full list of all the current sheets avaliable for our Version 4 DAV map card:
OEAV/DAV & BEV 1:25.000
2/1 Allgäu West
2/2 Allgäu Ost
3/2 Lechtaler Alpen, Arlberggebiet
3/3 Lechtaler Alpen, Parseierspitze
3/4 Lechtaler Alpen, Heiterwand
4/1 Wetterstein- und Mieminger Gebirge, West
4/2 Wetterstein- und Mieminger Gebirge, Mitte
4/3 Wetterstein- und Mieminger Gebirge, Ost
5/1 Karwendelgebirge - West
5/2 Karwendelgebirge - Mitte
5/3 Karwendelgebirge - Ost
9 Loferer- und Leoganger Steinberge
10/1 Steinernes Meer
10/2 Hochkönig, Hagengebirge
15/1 Totes Gebirge, West
15/2 Totes Gebirge, Mitte
15/3 Totes Gebirge, Ost
16 Ennstaler Alpen, Gesäuse
28/2 Verwallgruppe - Mitte
30/1 Ötztaler Alpen, Gurgl
30/2 Ötztaler Alpen, Weißkugel
30/3 Ötztaler Alpen, Kaunergrat
30/4 Ötztaler Alpen, Nauderer Berge
30/5 Ötztaler Alpen, Geigenkamm
31/1 Stubaier Alpen, Hochstubai
31/2 Stubaier Alpen, Sellrain
35/1 Zillertaler Alpen - West
35/2 Zillertaler Alpen - Mitte
35/3 Zillertaler Alpen - Ost
52/1 Langkofel- und Sellagruppe
31/5 Innsbruck und Umgebung
33 Tuxer Alpen
34/1 Kitzbüheler Alpen - West
34/2 Kitzbüheler Alpen - Ost
45/1 Niedere Tauern I
45/2 Niedere Tauern II
45/3 Niedere Tauern III
BY 1 Allgäuer Voralpen West, Nagelfluh, Hörnergruppe
BY 2 Kleinwalsertal, Hoher Ifen, Widderstein
BY 3 Allgäuer Voralpen Ost, Grünten, Wertacher Hörnle
BY 4 Allgäuer Hochalpen, Hochvogel, Krottenkopf
BY 5 Tannheimer Berge, Köllenspitze, Gaishorn
BY 6 Ammergebirge West, Hochplatte, Kreuzspitze
BY 7 Ammergebirge Ost, Pürschling, Hörnle
BY 8 Wettersteingebirge, Zugspitze
BY 9 Estergebirge, Herzogstand, Wank
BY 10 Karwendel Nordwest, Soierngruppe
BY 11 Isarwinkel, Benediktenwand
BY 12 Karwendel Nord, Schafreiter
BY 13 Mangfallgebirge West, Tegernsee, Hirschberg
BY 14 Mangfallgebirge Süd, Guffert, Unnütz, Juifen
BY 15 Mangfallgebirge Mitte, Spitzingsee, Rotwand
BY 16 Mangfallgebirge Ost, Wendelstein
BY 17 Chiemgauer A. West, Hochries, Geigelstein
BY 18 Chiemgauer A. Mitte, Hochgern, Hochfelln
BY 19 Chiemgauer A. Ost, Sonntagshorn
BY 20 Lattengebirge, Reiteralm
BY 21 Nationalpark Berchtesgaden, Watzmann
BY 22 Berchtesgaden, Untersberg
©BEV 2015, reproduced with the permission of the BEV – Bundesamt für Eich- und Vermessungswesen (Federal Office for Metrology and Surveying) in Vienna, T2015/112386
©BEV 2010, T2010/69911
Digital topographical map 1:25,000, © Bayrische Vermessungsverwaltung (Bavarian Agency for Surveying and Geoinformation), Nr 3580/10
Due to the historical surveying of the maps, positioning errors may occur. Rely on the maps only as a rough position to be used. The use of GPS maps is not a replacement for usual orientation techniques.
Below are some relevant linked articles from our knowledge centre that you might find useful.
Map Scales Explained|
When choosing a map card it’s important to choose the right scale for your needs. While all our maps look good on both the Active 10 and Active 12, they are used for different purposes.