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Ordnance Survey Active Landranger Map 55 Lochgilphead and Loch Awe

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Perfect for day trips and short breaks, the Landranger Series of OS Maps provides 40 by 40 kilometres (25 by 25 miles) of clear, easy-to-read 1:50,000 scale coverage, wherever you're heading in Great Britain. Landrangers are overlaid with National Grid squares, so every point in the country can be given a unique identifying number.

As well as a good level of geographical detail, the Landrangers display various places of interest, picnic areas, campsites and tourist information. In addition, Rights of Way information is displayed for England and Wales.

This Active version has a plasic coating across the paper, making it tough and weatherproof. It still folds easily so that it can be stowed in your pocket or rucksack.

Once you have recieved the paper map you will also be able to download the electronic version to your iOS or Android smartphone or tablet for use with Ordnance Survey's OS Maps app. To claim the download you will need the unique code hidden by the scratch-off panel on the inside cover of the map. Please note that once this code has been revealed we will no longer be able to accept the return of the map for a refund or exchange. This does not affect your statutory rights.

  • Mobile download included
  • Scale: 1:50,000
  • Folded dimensions: 240 x 135mm
  • ISBN: 9780319473788
Product Code: S1254360
Man on rocks enjoying the view down, wearing Ordnance Survey gear.

Ordnance Survey, Great Britain’s national mapping agency, has a history dating back over 220 years. Recognised as the world’s best, they’re at the heart of every outdoor activity through their paper maps, online route planning and mobile apps.

 

Their maps span the whole country, and they’ve just launched the next generation versions of Explorer and Landranger maps, which all come with mobile downloads of the map sheet for extra back-up and pinpoint accuracy when you’re out exploring.