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    Always find the right tracks for your alpine adventure with this ultimate map for outdoor recreation. It includes hiking/mountain biking trails, mountain peaks and crossings

    as well as searchable points of interest.



    • Shows high quality digital topographic vector map data (1:25.000) in parts of Austria, Italy, Germany, Switzerland and Slovenia.
    • Includes Digital Elevation Model (DEM) and dense contour intervals of 20 meters equidistance.
    • Includes searchable business, touristic, outdoor, recreation, geographic places, mountain ranges, city-points and many other recreational POIs.
    • Includes detailed recreational network information, especially hiking and mountain biking.
    • Includes Transalp Mountain Bike network information with named trail routing support and additional long distance trails for cycling.
    • Offers ActiveRouting¹, allowing you to customize and specifically plan routes for the entire road and trail network. The activity-specific map displays highlights of

      suggested routes in addition to dedicated biking and hiking routes.
    • Shows dense coverage areas, including mountain tops, mountain shelters and cable cars.
    • Includes BaseCamp™ software for managing data on your GPS and computer, playing back routes and tracks, geotagging photos and more.



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    Garmin TransAlpine v4 PRO
    Part Number: 010-11404-02

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    Always find the right tracks for your alpine adventure with this ultimate map for outdoor recreation. It includes hiking/mountain biking trails, mountain peaks and crossings as well as searchable points of interest.

    • Shows high quality digital topographic vector map data (1:25.000) in parts of Austria, Italy, Germany, Switzerland and Slovenia.
    • Includes Digital Elevation Model (DEM) and dense contour intervals of 20 meters equidistance.
    • Includes searchable business, touristic, outdoor, recreation, geographic places, mountain ranges, city-points and many other recreational POIs.
    • Includes detailed recreational network information, especially hiking and mountain biking.
    • Includes Transalp Mountain Bike network information with named trail routing support and additional long distance trails for cycling.
    • Offers ActiveRouting¹, allowing you to customize and specifically plan routes for the entire road and trail network. The activity-specific map displays highlights of suggested routes in addition to dedicated biking and hiking routes.
    • Shows dense coverage areas, including mountain tops, mountain shelters and cable cars.
    • Includes BaseCamp™ software for managing data on your GPS and computer, playing back routes and tracks, geotagging photos and more.

    Coverage
    Features high quality digital topographic vector map data in parts of Austria, Italy, Germany, Switzerland and Slovenia, specifically:

    • Germany (south of 48° northern latitude)
    • Southern part of Bavaria
    • Southeast part of Baden-Württemberg

    • Austria (west of 14° eastern longitude)
    • Tyrol
    • Vorarlberg
    • Salzburg
    • Parts of Kärnten
    • Parts of Upper Austria and Steiermark

    • Switzerland (east of 9° eastern longitude)
    • Thurgau
    • St. Gallen
    • Appenzell (Ausserohden and Innerrohden)
    • Graubünden
    • Glarus

    • Lichentenstein

    • Italy (north of 45.2° northern latitude)
    • Trentino/South Tyrol
    • Friuli
    • Veneto (with Verona and Venice)
    • Lombardy (with Milan)

    • Slovenia (west of 14° eastern longitude)


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    Hi,

    TransAlpin 2012 Pro : 651 Mo.
    TransAlpin v4 Pro : 649 Mo.

    But :

    .db file 2012 Pro : 31,4 Mo which represent 820 named trails.
    .db file v4 Pro : 348 Mo which represent 3971 named trails.


    In conclusion TransAlpin v4 Pro is the same as TransAlpin 2012 Pro except the number of named trails for active routing which has highly increased in v4 Pro.
    Last edited by sergio2; 20th June 2014 at 10:47.

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    It's not the same. Many trails are away so that it is bader than before now for mountainbiking.
    (same problem as topo germany 2012 to v6 2013)

    You can read this also in the garmin Forum.

    In the alps or middle europe OSM rules :-)
    Last edited by dirtbikermp3; 20th June 2014 at 11:11.
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    It seems to be another "great deal" from GARMIN's side:

    The "old" Transalpin 2012 PRO they are still selling at price 199,00 €,
    and the "new" map ("old vine in new bottles") Transalpin v4 PRO they sell at 179,00€ (259 $ in the U.S.).

    This is typical GARMIN recycling so far. /kidding OFF

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    Hi to all ,

    Map works fine for me , remember its for free here , many thanks for seeding.

    Janlo

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    Download Instructions:
    This post requires you to click the "LIKE this post" button and hit F5 to read this content.

    Inside:
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    Last edited by kenta2; 21st June 2014 at 11:14. Reason: typo

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    Put IMG + SQL on SD-card for test = works perfectly. especially the SQL file ... it's huge!!! SO MANY TRAILS ... hiking, tour cycling, MB ... perfect.

    I really appreciate it! thanks guys!!
    Last edited by pend1; 21st June 2014 at 07:30.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtbikermp3 View Post
    It's not the same. Many trails are away so that it is bader than before now for mountainbiking.
    Maybe I'm off a little bit here, but I thought with the Active Routing, you would see the trails which belong to the selected activity. Eg cycling shows cycling trails, hiking the hiking trails, and some paths are shown with both activities, because they are for cycling and hiking.

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    Trails that are used by the Active routing database are all visible on the map but they will be highlighted in Basecamp and on a compatible GPS depending on the chosen activity. For instance: a dashed grey trail will change in a dashed red trail and a grey cycle path will change in a purple cycling path. Roads that are part of a named trail will also change in border color.
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