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    topo TOPO Portugal Light v3

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    Orienteer and reference any outdoor or recreational activity in Portugal with this map, compiled using the community-generated OpenStreetMap (OSM) database.


    • Includes more than 173,900 miles (280,000 km) of road, path and trail network with routing designed for recreational activities
    • Offers more than 69,000 points of interest database with popular tourist destinations, including restaurants, bars, hotels, car parks, campsites and more
    • Displays hydrographic features, place names, man-made areas, natural features, land use areas, international boundaries and more
    • Shows mountain summits, height contours and digital elevation model (DEM) for route profile preview using our free downloadable trip-planning software, BaseCampô






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    Okee, with the db-file in the map SQL, the Topo Portugal Light v3 behaves as a Topo Pro with Activerouting. You can search with "Trails with name".
    When searching, the numbers of the results are not listed on the map (like normal Topo Pro maps), but when you click on a found trail you see the trail on the map and can make a route or you can add a trail to a selected route.
    Behavior like a topo Pro with Activerouting.

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    Hi,

    As far as contour line levels are concerned, which is right ?

    Topo Lusitania v0.97 ?

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    All right are in both case. But on Topo Lusitania v0.97 the height in feet and on Topo Portugal v3 light the height in meters. It is old Garmin issue for cGPSmapper and gpsMapEdit. You can explicitly see it because Topo Lusitania have labels for height spot (main trigonometrical stations) are in meters.
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    Hmm.. I'm puzzling:
    A main contourline gives in Topo Lusitania near Idanha (see picture Sergio2): 122 m. Like Giomens answer it should be 122 feet.
    The same contourline gives in Portugal v3 Light (and also other maps from openstreetmap like openfietsmap, Freizeitkarte etc.) : 400 m
    Buth 400 m is about 1312 feet. (122 m is about 400 feet).
    From a part of the contourline I made a track and draw a profile with gpsvisualizer.com (used NASA STRM1 30m resolution US+Europe): the elevation is around 400m.
    Conclusion: contourlines Topo Lusitania are not correct but not in feet or ...?

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    No, I've just understood !
    In fact, Garmin map (v3 light) is in feet whereas Topo Lusitania is in meters :

    1 pi = 0,3048 m, so 400 pi = 122 m.

    Stupid, in fact you have to consider that 1 m = 0,3048 pi !
    Last edited by sergio2; 16th April 2016 at 22:52.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sergio2 View Post
    1 pi = 0,3048 m, so 400 pi = 122 m.
    in fact you have to consider that 1 m = 0,3048 pi !
    Now you even confuse me...
    If 1 pi = 0.3048 m, how can 1 m then be 0.3048 pi??
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    Please try to change in BaseCamp setting for the altitude value to feet and give report about screen digit label for Topo Lusitania contour line...

    P.S. The reference point is Murteiras Redondas (415.74m) (on the center overhead).
    Last edited by Giomen; 17th April 2016 at 02:20.
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    Can someone tell me how that I can convert this map so that I can open this map in basecamp.
    A link to de instruction is also fine.
    Thanks

 

 
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