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Olga
2007-05-13, 09:23
Military topographic map collection viewed at http://mapstor.com, represents more than 18000 digital images of Alps, Balkan, Carpathian, Northland, Karelia, Kola, Crimea, Caucasus, Ural, Altai, Baikal, Himalayas, Tibet and many other places. All maps can be downloaded for free or bought on DVD. By using search option, you may find description of a specific map as well as preview fragments of the map images. We are confident that these maps will prove to be a remarkable asset to you, just like they were to us during our journeys to Baikal, Pamir, Tian-Shan, and many other places.


Loook and enjoy using!:bike:

Best Regards,
Olga

OlgaBl
2007-10-22, 19:39
More than 7700 maps of middle altitude (beginning with M, N, O) are georeferenced now! All georeferenced files for OziExplorer can be downloaded at http://mapstor.com/ for free. These georeferenced files can be used with maps bought earlier on DVD: Eurasia maps, Eurasia detailed maps, World maps update.

With best regards,
Olga Tumilovich

Gray Blazer
2007-10-23, 18:51
How about the USA? Specifically AT. Mapquest used to have the topo maps but they changed their format.

wardog
2007-10-25, 21:52
yes can,t get US maps, don,t plan on hiking Alps, Balkan, Carpathian, Northland, Karelia, Kola, Crimea, Caucasus, Ural, Altai, Baikal, Himalayas or Tibet LOL

JRiker
2008-01-19, 12:14
try http://www.localhikes.com

not sure about AT, but you just put in the zip code of the area you're looking for and it gives you a detailed map, description, and good waypoints of hikes in the area. site is great for the PCT at least, haven't looked at the AT yet. if it doesn't have AT, i'm sure a lot of you guys could help them out with info.

kayak karl
2008-01-19, 14:29
it wouldn't bring up the botona trail (NJ)area. wanted to compare my maps to theirs.

JRiker
2008-01-19, 15:47
not so sure about the eastern areas, just know that the sites good for west coast for sure (Sierra Nevadas, etc)

GGS
2008-01-19, 18:29
try http://www.localhikes.com

not sure about AT, but you just put in the zip code of the area you're looking for and it gives you a detailed map, description, and good waypoints of hikes in the area. site is great for the PCT at least, haven't looked at the AT yet. if it doesn't have AT, i'm sure a lot of you guys could help them out with info.

Aw, man! Michigan isn't even on the list. I put in zip codes of areas that I KNOW have hiking trails and the search came back empty. :argh:

bryanf
2008-01-20, 18:02
Try CIA maps:

http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/topo/250k/index.html