Map No. 127, Colline di Forlí, in a series of GPS compatible hiking maps at 1:50,000 from the Istituto Geografico Adriatico, covering parts of central Italy: eastern Tuscany, with northern Umbria and the Marches, plus the south-eastern of part of Emilia-Romagna.
The maps have contours at 50m intervals with additional shading and numerous spot heights. Colouring indicates different types of land use, including woodlands, olive groves, vineyards and orchards. National park and protected areas are marked.
An overprint highlights local waymarked hiking routes, indicating their official number or name, including many long-distance routes such GEA (Grande Escursione Appeninica) and the course of the E1 cross-European footpath. Most titles also show cycle routes and/or mountain bike trails. A range of symbols indicate various facilities such as campsites, mountain refuges and other rural accommodation, bars and restaurants, sport and recreational places, historical and cultural monuments, etc. Road network is graded according to width, includes country tracks, and shows sections closed to motorised traffic plus locations of petrol stations.
The maps have a 5km UTM, plus latitude and longitude lines at intervals of 5’. Map legend includes English.
* *Please note: titles shown on the accompanying grid in broken lines are not yet published.*
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