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    Displays routable biking/hiking routes and 113,000 km of trail/bicycle paths in selected zones and the national road network as well as more than 12,000 km of trails fully compliant with the new ActiveRouting feature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jstt View Post
    Is this map routabile?
    You have already answered.. But already the V2 was routable,as virtually all (almost) of the TOPO

    But if the question was referred to the address search: Yes...you, like the NT, being same incorporated

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    Hi,

    Mediteranean italian glaciers on Basecamp are changed into "caractéristique terrestre" (land feature) on my Montana :

    - on Basecamp, we have a white glacier :

    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]


    - on my Montana, we have a white with green spots land feature :


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    Quote Originally Posted by catymag View Post
    Interesting in this map ,we have many "glaciers" in our Mediterranean sea:
    screens from some islands Ventotene ,Sardinia, Eolie Island, Venetian Laguna etc, I wont show all coz they're numerous and everywhere
    Maybe the map creators are just a little ahead of us (timewise).
    The next ice age is probably not that far away.
    Global warming will end eventually (because we will run out of fossil energy deposits).
    (JMHO, of course...)

    Quote Originally Posted by FireFox58 View Post
    Hi Everybody ...
    I was comparing, on BaseCamp, the differences between version 2 and version 3 of this sizzling map and I noticed this oddity: it is the island of Giannutri (Tuscan Archipelago), which has offset the roads to the north than on land, also you notice this on your BaseCamp?
    ...
    If so, it is a mistake at least bizarre, isn't it...
    Again, I think the map creators are wise enough to look a little ahead into the future.
    They take tectonic shifting into account, so that the map will be accurate in a few thousand (or more) years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GPSFranz View Post
    Again, I think the map creators are wise enough to look a little ahead into the future.
    They take tectonic shifting into account, so that the map will be accurate in a few thousand (or more) years.
    Maybe you are Right...

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    Hi
    It look likes there is much less details on the v3 than on the V2, especially on the track.
    Have you also noticed that point. (let see the Backcountry of Cefalu, Sicilia)

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    Indeed,
    this V3 has much less info than the previous V2 regarding mountain huts and paths too.

    This V3 is the 2012 road map with the addition of the elevation shadows while V2 was directly from teleatlas. right?

    Thumbs down to V3; I will keep V2 longer

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    who already installed this new version ? is better than the previous one ? Best regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by emanuele0466 View Post
    ... is better than the previous one ?
    In my humble opinion I would say no. But more topic and you'll have a better view

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    The TrekMap map V2 remain above these v3

 

 
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