New hybrid maps of England/Scotland/Wales under the Christmas tree
Anyone who has ever been hiking in the UK is familiar with the fantastic Landranger maps by OrdnanceSurvey(c).
For many years the dataset of these maps was under strict copyright – this has since changed and large parts are now freely available and can be added to other map series.
Details can be found in this thread from the forum:
You can find this dataset from OrdnanceSurvey here:
Specifically, the OrdnanceSurvey layer with the cliffs/rocks is now integrated into the OpenAndroMaps maps, a milestone in terms of the visual appearance and usability of the OAM in this area.
The integration of complete foreign layers was quite a challenge, but – if you look at the result – it is worth every single work hour.
The now integrated crags-layer require the latest version of the Elevate Theme:
Highly recommended is the Voluntary-Theme by John Percy whose look is very, very close to the OrdnanceSurvey Landranger maps it looks really fantastic.
This layer is now available for the following maps:
Another year has passed. This year even with largely open borders again, so my long planed Trip to Norway was without a headache this time.
I enjoyed it and in the hope that we will make 2023 a good year again let’s start planning our activities for 2023 over the Christmas holidays.
For this purpose you will find a completely new set of maps in the download section.
Thank you again for supporting the OAM
and I wish all of us a happy and peaceful 2023.
The team of OpenAndroMaps
Tobias, Michael, Christian
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