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Garmin TOPO! Topographical Maps (Canada) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Canadian Topo Cd For Nuvi(R) & Streetpilot(R) Series GPS Receivers
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  • Product Dimensions: 1.5 x 7.5 x 7.9 cm ; 127 g
  • Shipping Weight: 454 g
  • Item model number: 010-10469-00
  • ASIN: B0006ZSW0E
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: Sept. 15 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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Let MapSource TOPO Canada help plan your next outdoor adventure! This CD contains digital topographic maps for all of Canada based on NTS maps. These maps are comparable to the 1:50,000 and 1:250,000 scale paper charts provided by NTS.

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INCLUDES TOPOGRAPHIC COVERAGE THROUGHOUT CANADA; PROVIDES DETAILED MAPS BASED ON DIGITAL 1:50,000 OR 1:250,000 SCALE NTS MAP DATA; ALLOWS USER TO SEARCH BY CITY, POINT, RIVER OR LAKE; CONTAINS MANY ROUTABLE ROADS & TRAILS; INCLUDES POIS SUCH AS PARKS, CAMPGROUNDS, SCENIC LOOKOUTS & PICNIC SITES; DISPLAYS GENERAL SHORELINES & POWERLINES; INCLUDES NAMED PORTS; LABELS SUMMITS, PEAKS & OTHER GEOGRAPHIC POINTS; INCLUDES MAPSOURCE COMPUTER SOFTWARE THAT LETS USER PLAN TRIPS ON THE COMPUTER & TRANSFER WAYPOINTS, ROUTES & TRACKS BETWEEN A COMPUTER & GARMIN DEVICE; PC COMPATIBLE; COMPATIBLE WITH ASTRO, COLORADO SERIES, EDGE 605 & 705, ETREX LEGEND SERIES, ETREX SUMMIT HC, ETREX VENTURE CX & HC, ETREX VISTA SERIES, GPSMAP SERIES, N;VI 500 SERIES, OREGON SERIES & RINO SERIES


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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Sandra Mackinger on June 12 2009
amazon is selling an old product without informing you about it ;-(
What you get is version 2 whereas version 4 is already available.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful
No trails Aug. 9 2007
By Andy G. - Published on Amazon.com
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The topo maps are fine on this product, but for hiking I wouldn't bother - there are no trails. I searched around Jasper National Park and Cape Breton in Nova Scotia, and couldn't find *any* trails in this map set at any level of zoom or detail. If you're used to the US Topo maps by Garmin, you'll be disappointed. The disks I received from Amazon said "Version 2.0", which were ordered in August, 2007.
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Gave it a workout Aug. 28 2006
By cwsprenkle - Published on Amazon.com
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Just used the Mapsource Topo Canada on my Garmin GPSMAP 60CSx for a week on Lac Kipawa in Quebec. Was amazed at the amount of detail, very small islands and small changes in the shoreline were shown. Easy to load on my computer and easy to transfer to a micro SD card.
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Pretty good May 22 2007
By K. Wilson - Published on Amazon.com
Good topo maps. Most lakes, streams, peaks are marked, along with surprisingly good coverage of minor roads and back roads (which are routable in MapSource). MapSource calculated driving routes are often sub-optimal, but this is to be expected given that this is the topo product.

My biggest complaint is that few trails are marked.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Works on eTrex, nice detail, but clunky. July 5 2008
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I recently bought the Garmin Topo Canada software for my eTrex Venture HC, even though a search on Garmin's site did not list it as compatible software.

I found it worked exactly like the Garmin US Topo (more on this) and loaded on the eTrex without any problems.

The Canada Topo does a nice job listing all major and minor roads, streams, mountains, and hiking paths in SW Canada (my favorite area). I was also pleased with the high road detail in Banff, Lake Louise, Calgary, etc. Oddly, it did not list the famous "tea houses" above Lake Louise, though it did list the paths leading to them. It also omitted the famous Prince of Wales hotel at Waterton and the paint pots above Johnston Canyon.

Garmin still resists updating their incredibly clunky software. Instead of a single DVD, Garmin still ships four CD's requiring switching out disks to load maps, a real chore when your path leads between map sections. Plus the software still operates like it did under Windows 95! Slow, awkward, expensive and clunky, but it does work.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Garmin MapSourceTopo Canada Sept. 11 2008
By Keith A. Jackson - Published on Amazon.com
I received the topo map just before leaving for Algonquin Park. Loaded into my Garmin 60CSx with no problems (have a 2 gig card installed). I was able to plan out the entire trip and mark the beginning and end of each portage. It was amazing to be paddling down a 15 mile lake and look down at the canoe floor to see an arial view of where we were in the lake, our speed, time to the next portage and a red arrow pointing the direction to paddle. The topo maps covered the park very well, but detail not there once you leave the park areas and travel on the roads... but enough information to allow us to navigate our way back without any problems. I used a carabiner clip to attach the unit to the thwart of the canoe and that worked well.

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