•Topographical Ordnance Survey Northern Ireland (OSNI) 1:50,000 of Northern Ireland
•Topographical Ordnance Survey Northern Ireland (OSNI) 1:25,000 “Hotspots”:
The Glens of Antrim
Base Mapping: Ordnance Survey Ireland (OSI) 1:210,000 of whole of Ireland (Northern & Republic)
Northern Ireland, one of the four countries of the United Kingdom, has a vast array of attractions, ideal for the outdoor enthusiast, from stunning landscapes and scenery to vibrant cities and interesting remnants of the country's past. The six counties; Down; Armagh; Londonderry; Fermanagh; Antrim; and Tyrone offer a unique and peaceful natural environment, perfect for exploring the great outdoors.
The two major cities: Belfast and Londonderry City offer a rich cultural heritage, with many more attractions such as the birthplace of the Titanic right at their doorstep. Further into the countryside, Northern Ireland’s wild and craggy mountains famously inspired CS Lewis’ fabulous land Narnia. Mourne Mountains is one of Northern Ireland’s nine areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a most picturesque district. Lough Neagh, the largest freshwater lake in Ireland and Britain is a place of unspoiled tranquility. Antrim Coast road is often described as the most scenic path in the British Isles is wedged tightly between sea and cliffs. The country’s many lakes, loughs and sweeping coastline are the perfect setting for many outdoor activities.
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To download the map legend for the 50k data please click here.
To download the map legend for the 250k data please click here.
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