One of the titles in an extensive series of maps at varying scales, covering popular destinations in Argentina and Chile, including both countries’ main trekking areas. Most maps have a satellite image as their base, supplemented by information derived from various sources such as national surveys: contours, spot heights, vegetation and snow cover, roads and tracks, campsites and huts, etc. The maps have a UTM grid (WGS84) and/or latitude and longitude lines. Unless indicated in the individual description, map legend is in Spanish only. Sheet sizes vary, typical size is 41x60cm.
In this title: the map is centred on the town of Ushuaia and covers part of the land mass between the Beagle Channel in the south and Lake Fagnano in the north, and from the Tierra del Fuego NP in the west to Lake Escondido in the east. It has contours at 25m intervals, hill shading and spot heights for peaks. Colours denote landscape variations e.g. glaciers, forests and grassland. Dirt roads and trails are marked and symbols show campsites, huts, and isolated buildings, etc. Latitude and longitude lines are drawn at 2’ intervals, and UTM intersections and margin ticks are at 4km intervals. Map legend is in Spanish only.
Area covered: South 54º34’ to 52º53’’ - West 67º45’ to 68º36’