Plug a Garmin topographic map into your Oregon™ touchscreen and make your outdoor adventures a touch more action-packed. Use Oregon’s revolutionary touchscreen display or Colorado 300’s innovative Rock ‘n Roller thumbwheel to navigate with detailed Ordnance Survey National Park and National Trail mapping.
Garmin’s smart GPS navigation joins forces with Ordnance Survey mapping to create Garmin topographic maps. Plug OS Explorer Maps for National Parks and Trails into your Oregon or Colorado 300 handheld GPS.
Each card contains 1:250,000 scale routable data for the whole country for turn-by-turn directions to your chosen destination. Once there, your 1:25,000 scale OS Explorer Map helps you explore the trails, roads and rights of way, with rich landscape detail and a variety of destinations. The mapping is fully searchable, meaning you can search for and follow routes to your choice of facilities and attractions.
Plug and play: It’s simple to add Ordnance Survey mapping to your Garmin Oregon 300 or Colorado 300 handheld. With no set-up or calibration necessary, just select your National Park destination, slot in and switch on to transform your Garmin into an explorer.
Rich mapping detail: Ordnance Survey’s mapping contains rich topographic data to aid your navigation. With rights of way, fences, permitted paths, contours and bridleways, discover new destinations and geographic references on foot, bike or in the car.
Endless destinations: Garmin topographic maps add even more points of interest to your Garmin, such as cafes, hotels, campsites, information areas and train stations – giving you a greater choice and greater awareness.
Dynamic search: The traditional look and feel of the Ordnance Survey map detail complements Garmin topographic maps’ dynamic search. Use Garmin to search, select and navigate to points of interest and street addresses, and follow the route on foot, in car or by bike on the OS Explorer Map backdrop.
Turn-by-turn navigation: Once you’ve chosen your National Park destination, get there on the road with Garmin. Every Garmin topographic map contains whole-of-Britain 1:250k scale Ordnance Survey mapping to help you plan the journey and navigate there turn by turn.
Road and trail: Once you’ve arrived, zoom between different scales of Ordnance Survey map for a detailed picture of your surroundings, and explore in 1:25,000 scale, full-colour detail.
• The Norfolk Broads • The National Forest • Yorkshire Wolds Way • Cotswold Way • West Highland Way • Rannoch & Loch Tay • Peddards Way & Norfolk Coast Path • Ben Nevis & Glencoe • Ridgeway • Cleveland Way • Hadrian's Wall Path • The South Downs Way • Loch Lomond & The Trossachs • Glyndwr's Way • Pembrokeshire Coast Path • The New Forest & South Downs • North Yorkshire Moors • Peak District • Dartmoor & Exmoor • The North Downs Way • Offa's Dyke Path • Yorkshire Dales • Northumberland • Snowdonia National Park • The Thames Path • South West Coast Path (North Section • Coast to Coast Walk • Lake District • North Highlands • Isle of Skye • Pennine Way • The Cotswolds • South West Coast Path (South Section • South Highlands • Brecon Beacons & Pembroke Coast • Central Highlands • The Cairngorms
Great Britain, Snowdonia National Park, Ben Nevis & Glencoe Mapping
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I've had this 'All of Britain' pack up to the office and can confirm it is 1:50k scale; it's only the National Park maps that are available in the 1:25k scale. I've asked our web team to update the site accordingly, apologies for any confusion.
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