The southern section of the Pennine Way between Edale and Horton in Ribblesdale on a waterproof and tear-resistant map at 1:40,000 from Harvey Map Services presenting the route accompanied by extensive additional tourist information.
Divided into six panels, the route is shown on mapping with contours at 15m intervals enhanced by additional graphics for various terrain features such as scattered rocks and boulders, crags, etc. Colouring indicates land cover: pastures, moorland, woodlands, etc. The overprint highlighting the route shows whether it is on track, path, not visible path or a road, with possible danger points clearly marked. The mapping also highlights other local right of way paths. A wide range of symbols shows various facilities and tourist attractions, including campsites, youth hostels and other accommodation options, food shops and pubs, banks, cycle shops and hire, etc. Each panel has the lines of the British National Grid. Accompanying text provides contact details for tourist information, accommodation bookings, public transport services, etc.
To see the full list of Harvey’s maps of long-distance trails please click on the series link.
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