Topozone sold, now you have to pay :~(

Hitechhunter

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I have spent many an hour exploring for honey-holes at www.topozone.com, now they sold out to a competitor and they want you to subscribe for a monthly fee, ugh!

Where do you go to reference free and easy topographical maps?
 

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I went ahead and paid for the subscription, couldn't find a free service that was better.

KP
 

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google maps has a topo section and its free plus you get satellite views and streets it also gives you driving directions to certain areas and Longitude and lattitude direction for places that you can't get to via road.
 

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The neat thing about Terraserver is being able to switch between topos and aerials. And so far, it's free.
 

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You can use usaphotomaps to download the topo, and sat photos from microsoft terraserver. And it is free. I think the download location is www.jdmcox.com. He keeps updating it as well, I think it is a great program.
 

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usaphotomaps 1++ been using it on/off for years...great stuff.

I was a bit miffed @ topozone selling out but it's just the way it is these days.....
a) give it away for free
b) get people hooked on it
c) then charge for it!

The american way :)
 

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What program can you use to download onto a Gramin 130?

Dan
 


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