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 Austria 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.
Austria is a country with a long history at the heart of Europe. The cities of Vienna and Salzburg are both culturally and historically important, and are blessed with a richness of architecture that draws in millions of visitors each year. For those who prefer the countryside, Austria is dominated by mountains, with the Austrian Alps making up 62% of the nations total area, with the foothills of the Alps and the Carpathians accounting for another 12%. Little wonder then that the national sport is alpine skiing.
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
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