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Garmin TOPO US 24K Southwest - microSD/SD

Garmin TOPO US 24K Southwest - microSD/SD
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TOPO US 24K Southwest - microSD™/SD™

Outdoor enthusiasts: your adventure is waiting - in vivid detail. These highly detailed maps include terrain contours, topo elevations, summits, routable roads and trails, parks, coastlines, rivers, lakes and geographical points. They also display 3-D terrain shading on compatible devices.

Coverage:
Includes coverage for Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Utah.

Features:
  • Provides detailed digital topographic maps, comparable to 1:24,000 scale USGS maps
  • Contains detailed hydrographic features, including, coastlines, lake and river shorelines, wetlands and perennial and seasonal streams
  • Search by points of interest, including cities, summit, lakes and campsites
  • Provides elevation profile on compatible devices to estimate terrain difficulty
  • Contains many routable trails, rural roads, city neighborhood roads, major highways and interstates
  • Displays national, state and local parks, forests, conservation areas, and wilderness areas
  • Includes points of interests such as parks, campgrounds, scenic lookouts and picnic sites
  • Displays Bureau of Land Management township, range and section information and USGS quad locations


microSD™/SD™ Card Requirements:
Make sure your device is compatible with this product before purchasing. View limitations with some marine mapping products.
To view and use the maps on this card, you must have a device with a microSD/SD card slot. Maps on a microSD/SD card require a unit to be viewed on a computer with BaseCamp™ or HomePort™, depending on the type of map.
Reduced price map updates are not available for these cards. If you want to update the maps, you must purchase a new card that includes the latest map data.
The microSD/SD card package includes a microSD card and a SD card adapter.
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Garmin TOPO US 24K Southwest - microSD/SD 010-C1134-00 GARMIN TOPO US 24K SOUTHWEST MICROSD/SD
$99.99
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