• GB Adventure Map (Whole) 1:25k

  • GB Adventure Map (Whole) 1:25k

  • GB Adventure Map (Whole) 1:25k

GB Adventure Map (Whole) 1:25k

 
6 customers have rated this product.
 
£63.00

sku: UK-GB-ADV-SD-004

Availability: In stock

 

Quick Overview

Satmap map card covering the whole of Great Britain (Adventure Map 1:25k)
 
 

Product Description

We have joined forces with the creators of OpenCycleMap to create a customized layer designed for our device and our customer’s needs.

This new mapping layer is exclusive to Satmap, featuring main street names, walking and cycling routes, hilltop names, contours and much more.

To find out what features are included in the Adventure Map please click here.

The map card is a must have with it being designed specifically for the Satmap GPS devices, it is perfect for walkers, cyclists and every outdoor enthusiast.

This map card contains the whole of Great Britain using our Satmap Adventure topographical map data at the scales below -

• Topographical Adventure map 1:25k
• Topographical Adventure map 1:50k
• Topographical Adventure map 1:100k

Our Adventure map is a recreational map, which has been compiled using the community generated OpenStreetMap (OSM) database therefore Satmap are not responsible for the accuracy and maintenance of the map data and some areas will be more detailed than others.

Further Information

Below are some relevant linked articles from our knowledge centre that you might find useful.

What is Satmap Adventure Layer?

This new mapping layer is exclusive to Satmap and designed specifically for our user’s needs featuring main street names, walking and cycling routes, hilltop names, contours and much more. More information on what data is supplied on the Satmap Adventure map cards can be found on the maps legend

What is The Adventure Layers Legend?

The brand new Satmap Adventure Layer has a new legend for it too, which you can view for yourself right here



Our Adventure map is a recreational map, which has been compiled using the community generated OpenStreetMap (OSM) database therefore Satmap are not responsible for the accuracy and maintenance of the map data and some areas will be more detailed than others.

Maps © Thunderforest www.thunderforest.com
Data © contributors OpenStreetMap www.openstreetmap.org/copyright

Reviews

Default Category Posted on Mon 27th Aug 2018
If you are a hiker ,hill walker there is enough detail in this map to satisfy your needs.
The mapping is 1:25k so easy enough to see where you want to go and where you are going.
In my opinion, this is a good budget option compared to the Whole GB 1:25k OS map.
Default Category Posted on Mon 11th Jun 2018
I bought the Adventure Map because it was considerably less costly than an OS map covering a similar area. It’s good value on that basis.

The earlier reviews here largely reflect my own experience and I'm generally pleased with it.
It doesn’t have the detail of an OS Explorer map but I tend to carry a paper version if I’m venturing into a tricky area. Used in this way I’ve found the Adventure Map reliable.
One small problem is the lack of any idea whether an un-signposted path I'm following is a right of way. I know that a few of the paths it shows near my home are not rights of way.

Yesterday I was following a well reinstated path across a field with crops, using an OS 1:50K map in my old A10. The field path deviated from the path shown on the OS map by 40 metres or so by the time I reached a small bridge (satellite accuracy varying 4-5 metres according to the A10). The next field contained 6 inch high corn and no indication of a path. I eventually ploughed across it and found a bridge at the other side, again some way off the OS path. When I arrived home I put the Adventure Map in the A10 to find a path shown directly between the two bridges, both of which had official footpath signs attached to them. Not the first inaccuracy I’ve found on OS maps.
Default Category Posted on Wed 7th Sep 2016
So much better than O.S used this mapping for more than 1000 miles of cycling this summer. Clearer to read in bright sunshine it has improved my cycle touring as glare is less of an issue using the adventure mapping. Cheaper too! I am so impressed having used O.S for the past 9 years the improvement is superb!!
Default Category Posted on Wed 3rd Feb 2016
I couldn't resist a chance to get the whole of Great Britain on a single SD card (GB Adventure Map 1:25k) at a fraction of the price of standard Ordnance Survey 25k mapping. Unfortunately, the mapping supplied by the OpenStreetMap (OSM) collaborative project is a work in progress, at best. On two walks recently, I have been frustrated to find that the rights of way I was on were not shown on the OSM map. In the first instance, the Macmillan Way on the SD card just petered out at a junction with another right of way. On the second occasion, the bridleway I was walking was simply not shown on the OSM map on my SD card at all. As it is an opensource product, I understand that I have bought something without a guarantee of quality. I will stick with the Ordnance Survey for my domestic mapping needs in future, however, as I like to be sure that my mapping is accurate, even if I am in the Cotswolds rather than on Rannoch Moor.
Default Category Posted on Wed 26th Aug 2015
The GB Adventure Map is a great product. It allows you to seamlessly scroll from 1:100k through 1:50k and down to 1:25k resolution. As it does so, more information is displayed (e.g. some street names, toilet locations etc.) . The 1:100k gives the big picture with the 1:25k giving more detail. But the details are different from the OS 1:50k maps than came with my Active 10. So I used the map consolidation service to put the OS and Adventure maps on one card. Now I can toggle between the Adventure maps and OS maps easily - great!.
My one reservation is that certain marking e.g cycle trails on the Adventure maps do not scale down as you scroll in and they tend to obscure other information. You want to see the road and not the "magic marker" blobs - particularly bad in sunlight.
Default Category Posted on Tue 2nd Dec 2014
Above and beyond sold me an active 10, the total ascent is very unreliable and 1/50k map on it is not a lot of use but otherwise an excellent piece of kit.
The GB adventure map 1/25k seems to do the job without huge cost, I think, The only place I could find out what's actually on it is right here on satmap website. So you get my business

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