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|Recent reviews for this item:|
|Dan Murphy, June 26, 2012|
|easy to instal, quick,|
|Francis G., October 17, 2010|
|I bought the microCard for my vacation in the Rocky Montain
National Park. I use a Garmin GPSmap 60CSx. The natural
features are mapped exactly - when crossing a creek or
reaching a lake shoreline, the GPS cursor is also crossing
the creek or is following the shoreline. The accuracy of
the trails is however very variable. In the Indian's Peak
Wilderness, the cursor is 40m off the Lake Isabelle/Pawney
pass trail but is on the the plotted trail fron the Blue
Lake trail. In the Rocky Mountain Park, the GPS cursor is
exactly on the trail for the Chasm Lake - Longs Peak trail
but on and off the trail by 30 m for the Fern Lake to Bear
lake trail. The worst was the Colorado - Lulu City trail
where the cursor was at some places more than 400 m off.
Garmin should verify what type of datum in use for the
trail and also update theirs maps (trails do change!).|
|Dan, September 18, 2010|
|I was disappointed because I though (from reading the
description of the product) that trails would be a major
part of the display. Not so. It may have them, but they are
hard to find and use.|
|Gary Anderson, January 10, 2009|
|For the first time Garmin is beginning to roll out 24K Topo maps
on very convenient microSD cards. ( includes SD card adapter )
No computer needed, just put it in your unit and go. No fuss, no
All I can say is it is about time !
They are starting with the western states and going east. If your
state is not covered yet, please be patient. They are all coming.
This is the highest level of mapping detail available for your
Garmin unit. They work best on the new Colorado and Oregon
series units as you will see see 3-D views and color terrain
shading on these units only. Very Nice !!
These are a must have for hikers, geocachers and any outdoor
Highly recommended !!|