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The popular Explorer Series of 1:25,000 scale OS maps is available in a laminated version, giving it a write-on/wipe-off surface and making it much more resistant to life in the outdoors.With its exceptional level of detail and clarity, the Explorer series of OS Maps is a favourite of walkers, climbers, mountain bikers, outdoor professionals and anyone else who needs to know exactly where they are! The 1:25,000 scale allows plenty of detail, and the squares of the National Grid allow every bit of Great Britain to be given its own unique reference number.The Explorer OL sheets cover the areas previously covered by the old Outdoor Leisure OS Maps: National Parks and areas of particular interest to those with an enthusiasm for the great outdoors. Masses of features are displayed, including areas of interest, picnic spots, campsites and National Trails, along with National Park and Rights of Way information for England and Wales.

FREE STANDARD UK DELIVERY on all orders 26th - 31st March 2015

Product Features

  • Scale: 1:25,000 (4cm to 1km/2½ inches to 1 mile)
  • Folded Size: 150 x 250 mm
  • Laminated finish

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A Must Have
Reviewed By K, 02 Apr 2012

We all know about the "Lake District" weather so having a map that this water proof is a must have, and at this scale it's the perfect companion to the wainwright books, we tend to trace up our anticipated route on the map and stickers for places to stop, the kids love doing this.
If you get a chance also look at the wainwright DVD/BBC series and follow along using the OS Map. We have the best public mapping so lets use them, as God and Wainwright expected.