Bolshaya Laba area at 1:100,000 in a series of detailed topographic survey maps of the Western Caucasus from the Russian Army Cartographic Units in Rostov-na-Donu, with all place names in the Cyrillic alphabet.
All the maps are contoured, with peak heights and colouring/graphics for rocky outcrops, snow covered or exposed ice fields, glaciers, forested areas, etc. The maps show local roads, cart tracks and footpaths, as well as other information usually found on topographic survey maps at this scale: settlements and individual buildings, bridges, electricity transmission lines, etc. Most titles have geographical coordinates, as indicated in the individual descriptions. All place names are in the Cyrillic alphabet.
Some titles also include additional street plans and/or other information for climbers: a table showing the chill factor for various combinations of temperature and wind speed, international codes for conveying information to mountain rescue services, and drawings with advice on basic first aid.
*Map legend and all the text are in Russian only.*
*In this title:* contours are at 40m intervals. No geographical coordinates are shown. On the reverse is a table of the chill factor for various combinations of temperature and wind speed, plus first aid instructions.
* *IMPORTANT - PLEASE NOTE: deliveries from Russia are highly irregular and we are unable to guarantee delivery dates for maps or atlases which are not currently in stock.*
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