Écrins Massif and the National Park in the French Alps at 1:60,000 on a contoured and GPS compatible map from Didier Richard with a base derived from IGN’s topographic survey, highlighting both local hiking routes and the GR network of long-distance paths, gîtes and mountain refuges, interesting natural and cultural sites, etc. The map extends from Valloire in the north to Gap and Lac de Serre-Ponçon in the south, and east to Briançon and Guillestre. Coverage includes Station du Serre-Chevalier, Le Monetier-les-Bains, Névache, La Grave, Le Bourg-d’Oisans, Les Deux-Alpes, La Bérarde, Ancelle, etc, and for anyone wishing to practice for the Tour de France, both Col du Galibier and the road to l’Alpe-d’Huez.
Relief is portrayed by contours at 50m intervals with additional hill shading and colouring for different types of vegetation. An overprint highlights local hiking trails, indicating difficult sections and routes which are part of the GR network. Bold symbols show gîtes accessible by car, mountain refuges accessible only on foot, via ferrata sites, mountain bike centres, interesting cultural or natural sites, etc. The map has a UTM grid. Map legend includes English.
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