Maps are something elemental despite digital achievements and GPS trackers. The map is in many ways more than just a guide from point A to B.
In addition, you can explore large areas of an area already at the map table. For an interesting and fun hike, you can plan your route based on sights, geographic circumstances, challenging rocks or roads.
Hiking through nature often requires detailed maps. Vehicle maps or larger overhead images often drop the link to details. Therefore, there is a need for local and geographically defined alternatives. For those staying at sea, clear and delimited charts are instead what is required.
Maps used for urban environments can often be made of paper. This means that they tear quickly if it rains or if a thermos would run leak in the bags. In the case of open air maps, the starting point is quite different.
These maps must withstand weather, moisture, clay, and wind. It is also an advantage if they can be washed under running water if they get dirty.
In part, they are divided into specific areas in order to show the specific location and a rich image of both the small streets as well as possible experiences. Some maps are also made of a synthetic material that is insensitive to moisture and can handle rough handling.
An additional advantage of our map range is that you can fold them several times without breaking into the joints, often with thinner variants.