A set of three maps from the 1:100,000 topographic survey of Papua New Guinea, covering the whole of the famous Kakoda Trail, a 96km route from Owers Corner in (50km east of Port Moresby to Kokoda. The trail is famous as the location of a World War II battle between Japanese and Australian forces in 1942.
The three sheets, Port Moresby, Efogi and Kakoda, cover the whole of the trail, including the area between Port Moresby and Owers Corner.
Topography is shown by contours at 40m intervals, with spot heights plus colouring and graphics to indicate different types of vegetation and terrain. The route of the Kakoda trail is marked, as well as local roads and tracks, settlements, airfields and landing strips, etc.
The maps have a 1km UTM grid and margin ticks for latitude and longitude at intervals of 10’. Map legend is in English.
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