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ORDNANCE SURVEY MAPPING
These maps are the Ordnance Survey 1:25,000 mapping, published by AA Publishing.
Covers an area of 50km square.
Aimed at mountain biking and other activites, the level of details ensures these are the most detailed maps for navigation.
The map is printed double sided and includes Abergavenny Govilon, Abersychan, Cwm Darran, Hay-on-Wye, Talgarth, Brecon, Llangors, Bwlch, Crickhowell, Ebbw Vale, Rymney. See coverage map below.
How do these Walker's Maps compare to the Ordnance Survey Explorer Maps?
Basically the maps are the same, it is just that the areas covered is different.
Use the map to make up your own routes or use it as a navigation aid to the guidebooks. This map covers some of the areas in the following books:
At a Glance
Are these maps good for Mountain Biking Use: Yes!
Although they don't show marked mountain biking routes they show the bridleways and byways as well as other right of way. As the maps are detailed Ordnance Survey 1:25,000 mapping they are a good idea (are recommended in the guidebooks) to take with you on a route as a back up to navigation.
The map format is a folded sheet, printed double-sided (ie the same as you will find in the OS maps)
The publication is the same size as the OS Explorer maps at 24 cm x 13.5 cm. When the map is opened out the full sheet size is 127cm x 95cm.
Related Maps & Guides
In the same series: