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    topo Garmin TOPO U.S. 100K v6

    Garmin TOPO U.S. 100K v6


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    We've mapped every hill and valley for your next great adventure. Now with more detail than ever, this product covers the finer points of the outdoors with topographic maps comparable to 1:100,000 scale USGS maps. It also includes terrain contours, topo elevations, summits, parks, coastlines, rivers, lakes and geographical points.


    • Provides detailed digital topographic maps, comparable to 1:100,000 scale USGS maps.
    • Includes updated road content, by HERE (non-routable).
    • Contains detailed hydrographic features, including coastlines, lake/river shorelines, wetlands and perennial and seasonal streams.
    • Includes searchable points of interests, such as parks, campgrounds, scenic lookouts and picnic sites.
    • Provides elevation profile on compatible devices so you can estimate terrain difficulty.
    • Contains roads, trails and highways in metropolitan and rural areas, so getting to your destination is easy when you create point-to-point routes on compatible devices.
    • Displays national, state and local parks, forests, and wilderness areas



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    Oh, cool. It does include AK and HI which are not shown in the coverage picture. thanks.

    I have to say their mapping products are getting very strange. maybe it's a case of too many cooks in the kitchen. I just got back from my summer stint in AK and the new cnna finally has some roads corrected (roads that were right before, then made wrong for many years), but now there are different streets that are gone or wrong. The strangest thing i saw was how some very well established roads and highways have chunks missing. going along, it'll be there, then you'll be tracking through unmarked space for a few miles, then back on a mapped road again. It's getting a little frustrating because i basically carry around several maps from several years and switch between them when the current location isn't mapped properly. Quite often, it'll place roads hundreds of yards off their actual location so you're tracking on water or in the bush. Anyways, thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpooh View Post
    Oh, cool. It does include AK and HI which are not shown in the coverage picture.
    Thanks. Updated the coverage image to include the original associated text from the Garmin website.

    Quote Originally Posted by jpooh View Post
    I just got back from my summer stint in AK and the new cnna finally has some roads corrected (roads that were right before, then made wrong for many years), but now there are different streets that are gone or wrong. The strangest thing i saw was how some very well established roads and highways have chunks missing. going along, it'll be there, then you'll be tracking through unmarked space for a few miles, then back on a mapped road again. It's getting a little frustrating because i basically carry around several maps from several years and switch between them when the current location isn't mapped properly. Quite often, it'll place roads hundreds of yards off their actual location so you're tracking on water or in the bush.
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