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Garmin TOPO Alaska Enhanced on MicroSD/SD

Garmin TOPO Alaska Enhanced on MicroSD/SD

Description

The Garmin TOPO Alaska Enhanced On MicroSD/SD offers digital topographic maps equivalent to 1:24,000 and 1:63,360 scale U.S. Geological Survey maps for all of Alaska.

Features

  • Routable Road Content And Searchable Points Of Interest Provided By NAVTEQ
  • Points Of Interest Include Food And Drink, Geographic Place Names, Camping Areas, Businesses, And More
  • Turn-By-Turn Directions, Plus Create Point To Point Routes On Compatible Units
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Features:


  • Detailed 24K coverage encompassing Anchorage, Juneau and Fairbanks, plus other select areas in Alaska; includesdetailed 63K coverage for all remaining areas in Alaska
  • Routable dirt roads and trails including metropolitan and rural areas
  • Dense contour intervals combined with DEM (digital elevation model) data that supports 3-D terrain shading and routeelevation profiles on compatible units to help estimate terrain difficulty
  • National, state and local parks, forests, recreational and wildlife area boundaries
  • Detailed lakes, rivers, streams, plus terrain contours, elevations, summits, geographic points, and more
  • Bureau of Land Management township, range and section information

    Use with Oregon and Colorado series navigators to access full 3-D view and terrain shading. Standard compatibility with the following units: Dakota 20, eTrex x-series, GPSMAP 60Cx, 60CSx, 62s, 62st, 76Cx, 76CSx, 78, 78s, 78sc, 4x1/4x1s, 5x1/5x1s, 5x6/5x6s, 620, 640, 7x0/7x0s, Edge 605, 705, 800, Rino x-series, Astro 220, nuvi 500 series.
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Garmin TOPO Alaska Enhanced on MicroSD/SD 010-C1057-00 TOPO Alaska Enhanced On MicroSD/SD
$99.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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