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    topo Garmin TOPO Alaska Enhanced v.2.0

    Garmin TOPO Alaska Enhanced v.2.0




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    Provides topographic maps of Alaska, comparable to 1:24,000 and 1:63,360 scale USGS maps.
    Contains 24K coverage in 3 main cities in Alaska, including Anchorage, Juneau and Fairbanks. All other areas in Alaska contain 63K coverage.
    Features national, state and local parks, forests, recreational and wildlife area boundaries as well as routable roads for accurate directions to your destination.
    Includes searchable urban and wilderness points of interest, such as geographical place names, camping areas and businesses.
    Displays 3-D terrain shading and digital elevation model (DEM) shaded relief on compatible devices to help estimate terrain difficulty.
    Features Bureau of Land Management township, range and section information

    About Coverage
    Features detailed 24K topographic maps in Anchorage, Juneau and Fairbanks; All other areas in Alaska contain detailed 63K topographic maps

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    I'm maybe a bit stupid, but i haven't found how to install the .img to be displayed in BaseCamp.
    I Just want to install it from my harddrive to plan some routes.
    Is there a way to do that? [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

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    Put the gmapsupp.img in a Garmin folder in an sd, insert it into your pc , open Basecamp and select the map checking :show the map
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    OK, So I got the unlocked new gmapsupp.img file in my computer but I have a etrex Vista without a sd card. 1) How do I start the download 2)As far as I know it only has 24MB of memory, can I download this file to it? if not the complete file than can I pick and choose somehow for a max of 24MB? thanks for all your help. This is a great site. ~Mark

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    This map is 1.7 GB , it wont fit your device thinks
    probably the best option for you is to download this Alaska map ,Mapsource version
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    and send the parts you need to your gps: 24Mb is a small space
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    You can use gmaptool to create a version for Mapsource, and then you can choose the tiles you want. You will loose the ability to search.

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    You need to split the large gmapsupp.img into parts readable to Mapsource.
    This can be done with Gmaptool, look in the sticky index posts in the forum on where to find it and how to do, they are great for finding info!
    After having done this you will be able to see the map in Mapsource, how to set up Mapsource can also be found in the forum.
    In Mapsource you can select smaller tiles that can be sent to the gps. I guess that 24MB will not be enough for too many square miles of topo maps but it is worth a try.

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    Thanks everybody. I'll give it a try. ~Mark

    I am so confused. I've read the tutorials. I've downloaded basecamp, mapsource, gmaptool, cgpsmapper and the [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] but can't seem to split it or view it other than in its entirety in mapsource and basecamp. Sorry about being so novice. Could some help and spell it out a it more? I sure would appreicate it. ~Mark

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    Ok, you've downloaded the MapSource version recommended by catymag and you have it installed in MS. Forget the 'red herrings' about loading image files into MS with GMapTool because you won't have search. You've actually done the hardest part, the rest is relatively easy so relax and view the video linked in the following tutorial about selecting only the parts you want from MS: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]. You are not going to get many map tiles unless you can clear some more space on your unit though.

 

 
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