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    One with Nature JonnyP's Avatar
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    Nice one, thanks for that :0)

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    Thanks for this. Printed a few off of the places I hike to and my father's house and put it in my Maxpedition Pocket Organiser.

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    great idea!!! suppose laminated and folded could work a treat!!! good to see people trying the info, there are lots of cool informative and useful vids and links on here!!!! Great job Ash and co
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    Quote Originally Posted by alvino78 View Post
    here is a really useful link to free printable os maps, thought i'd share the knowledge so we can all enjoy!!!!!!
    hope it helps !
    best regards Al


    http://maps.the-hug.net/
    Thx for that link. Very useful.

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    Thanks Al

    Nice resource.
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    Just a heads-up on maps chaps.
    MSN UK have an agreement with Ordnance Survey to use their maps. We as consumers, get to use them free on BING
    http://www.bing.com/maps/

    Tip. Use Internet Explorer with it. Select "Ordnance Survey" from the "Road" drop down box. You'll get the Ordnance Survey "Explorer" or "Land Ranger" maps depending on how much zoom you use.
    Really very good

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    thanks mate way better than 'get a map' from os.
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    free!!!!!!!!!!!!!! lol
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    Top tips alvino78 & f0rm4t! I really like the Bing maps one - easy to use. I never realised you could get OS maps so easily and for free!

    Thank you for sharing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashley Cawley View Post
    Top tips alvino78 & f0rm4t! I really like the Bing maps one - easy to use. I never realised you could get OS maps so easily and for free!

    Thank you for sharing.
    Yeah it's good. I use the Bing map-tools to track my hikes and keep a record of where, when and how far I've yomped. It's then all stored in your live account for reference
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