Léarscáileanna na hÉireann
Maps of The Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland
Harvey’s digital 1:25K and 1:30K Maps of Northern Ireland and The Republic of Ireland are now available in the RouteBuddy Store!
HARVEY Superwalker maps for walkers at 1:25,000 and 1:30,000 scales.
The clarity of the mapping has been improved to enable more people to read it without their glasses and the map is uncluttered by information irrelevant to the walker added to which its precise contouring and delicate hill shading give an immediate picture of the ground.
It is without doubt that Harvey’s offer superb maps for these areas in Ireland. As always at RouteBuddy we are pleased to extend the number of excellent maps in digital format that we offer from Harvey’s of Doune in Scotland and these new maps are available now as a direct purchase from the RouteBuddy Store. They can be used on PC, Mac and in iOS devices, as well as an In-App purchase via our navigation app on iPhone and iPad - RouteBuddy Atlas.
As always these maps will layer and merge with other maps and offer our unique satellite map overlay for advanced planning of routes.
The most detailed map available of this area. The National Park, the Twelve Bens plus the Maumturks, on one sheet. An inset of Clifden is included. Names are in Gaelic and English and major access routes are shown.
Detailed map of this popular and challenging walking area. Completely new survey from air photography, ground checked in 2006. Also includes the whole of the Killarney National Park. Scale 1:30,000. Shows tracks and paths and cliffs in detail.
Includes the spectacular Glendalough area and sections of St Kevin's Way, and the Wicklow Way which crosses these mountains. The National Park boundary is shown.
Mourne Mountains: The Mourne Mountains, also called the Mournes or Mountains of Mourne are a granite mountain range in County Down in the south east of Northern Ireland. They include the highest mountains in Northern Ireland and the province of Ulster. The highest of these is Slieve Donard at 850 metres (2790ft). The Mournes is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and has been proposed as the first national park in Northern Ireland. The area is partly owned by the National Trust and sees a large number of visitors every year. The Mourne Wall is among the more famous features in the Mournes. It is a 35km (22mls) drystone wall that crosses fifteen summits, constructed to define the boundaries of land purchased by the Belfast Water Commissioners in the late 1800s. Also included in this map is The Mourne Way Long Distance Footpath.