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|Ben Nevis and||Glencoe|
|Brecon Beacons and||Pembrookshire Coast|
|Dartmoor and Exmoor|
|Isle Of Sky|
|Lock Lomond and||Trossachs|
|New Forest and||South Downs|
|Rannoch and||Loch Tay|
Satmap Toggleable maps are supplied on an SD card. The map card is small, lightweight and simply plugs straight into the active 10.
Top Features of the Satmap UK National Parks Toggleable SD Card
- Topographical Ordnance Survey (OS) 1:50,000 Landranger of National Park
- Topographical Ordnance Survey (OS) 1:25,000 Explorer of National Park
- Areas Avaliable
- The Lake District
- The Peak District
- The Yorkshire Dales
- The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
- Format: SD Card Only
What is a Toggleable Map?
Toggling allows the user to flick between two map scales of the same area – rather than zooming in all the way into the 1:25,000 scale or all the way out to the 1:50,000 scale, you can jump between one scale and another at the flick of a switch!
In order to toggle a map (flick between the two scales) – you must be in an area of the map where the two different scales overlap. At the appropriate zoom levels, the “toggle sign” will become bold – which means you can click the “toggle button” and flick from scale to scale (instead of zooming).
The Lake District:
The Lake District is a popular holiday destination, famous for its stunning scenery of wild fells, serene lakes, abundant wildlife, and a cultural heritage that includes links with Beatrix Potter, William Wordsworth and John Ruskin.
The landscape ranges from the rugged drama of Wasdale under the shadow of Scafell Pike, England's highest peak, to the beauty of the woods of Borrowdale, and countless lakes, tarns and gills.
The Peak District
The Peak District is located in the middle of England, making it easily accessible and therefore a popular destination for visitors.
Its rugged peaks attract climbers of all standards and walkers are drawn by the heather moorlands, rivers and hills, that can be explored from over 2,500 km of public rights of way.
The patchwork of fields crossed with distinctive dry stone walling and picturesque villages ensures that there is an abundance of countryside to be enjoyed in all seasons and by all the family.
The Yorkshire Dales
The Yorkshire Dales is a park of great beauty which draws many visitors in to enjoy the unique landscape of high fells and heather moors above steep grassy valleys, limestone cliffs, wooded scars and caverns scoured by rushing rivers.
There is a network of over 2,000 km of footpaths, bridleways and byways, and over half of the Park is open access land, so there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy this countryside.
For the less energetic moments, the Yorkshire Dales are blessed with many unspoiled picturesque villages and hamlets, allowing all the family to enjoy this park.
Snowdonia covers an area of over 800 square miles of remarkable countryside in North Wales. It offers much to interest the visitor, ranging from mountains and beaches, to moorland to forests, with beautiful lakes and valleys.
At its heart lies the fine mountain of Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales, yet just a short distance away lies the coastline, the entire length of which in the park is designated a Special Area of Conservation to protect it's beauty.
The park can be accessed by over 2,300 km of footpaths and large areas where the public has the right to roam.
The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is unique in Britain as the only National Park that is predominantly coastline. Covering approximately 240 square miles around the west coast of Wales it houses dramatic landscapes of rugged cliffs, some of the finest sandy beaches in Britain, sheltered coves and wooded estuaries.
In contrast, the Brecon Beacons contain some of the most spectacular mountain scenery in southern Britain and are home to Pen y Fan, with its distinctive red table top summit. Spectacular waterfalls, caves and wooded gorges abound, along with many important historical features, all easily accessed from over 1,000 miles of footpaths.
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|Which map scale is best for me?|
To gain the most from the great outdoors, make sure you get the right map for your activity.
Walking/Hiking: - 1:25,000 scale Explorer map. Especially when hiking it is important to know the terrain you are entering, a 1:25,000 scale allows you to plan your route as safely and accurately as possible.
Mountain Biking: - 1:25,000 scale Explorer map. Although a 1:50,000 should be accurate enough. If you are planning to go on particularly rough and potentially dangerous terrain, we would recommend you use the 1:25,000 for optimum safety and accuracy.
Family Cycle Riding: - 1:50,000 scale Landranger map would be sufficiently detailed for a family bike ride as it shows all the roads, country lanes and byways that are ideal for family days out.
|Map Scale Explained - 1:25k scale Explorer Map|
These maps are ideal for use by people needing great detail on their maps as they show contours at 5m intervals, field boundaries, good path detail within wooded areas, and detail on building layouts - all of which can make a difference for precision navigation.
Typical users might be hikers, mountain bikers and climbers who need this very specific information.
|Map Scale Explained - 1:50k scale Explorer Map|
These maps are designed for people who do not need such specific detail, and who are comfortable with contours at 10m intervals, and do not need to see field boundaries or specific detail on building layouts.
Typical users might be cyclists, horse riders, or those simply planning a general path.
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