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    topo TOPO Espana v5 PRO

    TOPO Espana v5 PRO

    Whether you are out for a hike, a climbing tour or a bike ride, explore Spain with 1:25,000 – 1:50,000 topographic map data for your compatible device.
    • Features ActiveRouting¹ with:
      • Activity specific outdoor routing (customized and activity-specific route planning)
      • Named trail routing (routing along a specific trail)
      • Activity-specific map display
      • Offers optimized map layout for better readability
    • Shows routing on the entire enclosed road and path system, NAVTEQ's routable road network as well as detailed recreational network information (hiking, cycling, mountain biking)
    • Displays marked and named hiking and cycling trails (e.g. Vias Verdes, Caminos de Santiago, GR, GRT, PR, SL)
    • Includes searchable business, touristic, outdoor and recreational points of interest, geographic places, city-points and other recreational POIs
    • Displays digital elevation model (DEM), dense contour interval of 20 m equidistance, for 3-D profiling

    ¹ActiveRouting supported by BaseCamp™ on Windows®/Mac® and Montana®, GPSMAP® 62/78, Edge® 810, and Oregon® x50/6x0 devices.

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    Features digital topographic coverage of Spain, including the Balearic and Canary Islands, as well as Ceuta and Melilla.

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    Hi, I can not extract the map, to create an installer for Mapsource.
    I use the gmaptool.

    it possible to get the original version for mapsource?


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    There isn't any problem to split this map for Mapsource.
    The errors you get are related to a non existing directory.
    Be sure to first create the destination folder and then select this directory in GMapTool.
    Nüvi 2595 / 60CSx / 62s / Oregon 600

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    I examined the new Topo España in Basecamp and I am rather diappointed with the quality.
    I was hoping it would match Topo France and Germany Pro but I should have known better, Spanish maps are always incomplete.

    Active routing on GR, PR and Vias Verdes is nice but if 50% of the Trails are missing or contain huge gaps it's not useable.
    Even major GR's like GR11 and GR7 are incomplete.
    Another annoying thing is the fact that many labels are not shown; roads, rivers, lakes, refuges, chapels etc. They probably can be made visible by editing the typ file but why didn't Garmin do this? You can argue that many labels make a map less visible but they did choose to show the labels of many thousands of geo-reference points!!

    The background color of this map is also badly chosen: instead of white they made it yellow/brown.
    Entire mountain-areas are filled with an annoying brown raster (sparsely vegetated) above the treeline.

    There are some good things too in this map offcourse: cities and villages now have a road network (lacking in v4) and they are routeable.
    Nüvi 2595 / 60CSx / 62s / Oregon 600

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    I hope we wont have to wait for years to have a second pro release, I'm still waiting for a new Trekmap Italy pro, version 3 is absolutely insufficient Trail database is ridiculous.
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    Yes, I see Trekmap Italy v3 as a first step in the good direction. About 1/3 of the country has highlighted trails but the other 2/3 are still missing.
    Nüvi 2595 / 60CSx / 62s / Oregon 600

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mapperoni View Post
    There isn't any problem to split this map for Mapsource.
    The errors you get are related to a non existing directory.
    Be sure to first create the destination folder and then select this directory in GMapTool.
    thx, a small oversight ...
    Upon map split, lose DEM data and ActiveRouting?

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    No, you don't lose DEM (it's incorporated in the maps) and autorouting also functions.
    Since Mapsource doesn't support Active Routing you'll have to use Basecamp or your GPS for that.
    Put the img and the SQL folder in a Garmin folder on SD (or in a connected GPS) and you can use Active Routing in Basecamp.
    The only thing you lose by splitting an img for Mapsource is the ability to search for POI.

    There is no official Mapsource version, only an img as download or on SD card.
    Nüvi 2595 / 60CSx / 62s / Oregon 600

 

 
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