MunrOverground Map Specification
The information here gives a resumé of the map including the specification (perhaps for framing purposes) as well as the key features, additional information and a feature list of the items included on the MunrOverground map.
Those interested may like to know more about the map and its general layout:
- A1-size (841mm × 594mm) poster format.
- Heavyweight 200gsm paper.
- 4 Colour Litho printed.
- Printed in Cumbria.
- All 283 Munros are listed first identified by Sir Hugh Munro
- Other features are labelled in navy blue.
- There are 6 ficticious coloured rail lines corresponding to distinct characteristics of each group of Munros.
- Six major long distance walking routes are included with the West Highland Way, Great Glen Way, The Speyside Way, Coast to Coast*, The Sutherland Trail* and Skye Trail* all featured.
- The real lines of the Scottish rail network are depicted in black, including the names of all stations of interest.
- The names of the major lochs covered by the mapping.
- Some of the larger towns indicated (e.g.Inverness, Fort William & Portree).
- Ferry and other boat services are shown including approximate journey times.
- The map is not to scale as it follows topological rules.
- Unusually north is shown to the top-right allowing the Caledonian Canal to act as the main axis of the map.
- It must be emphasised the map is NOT intended for navigation.
- Plan your Munros' conquest and record your progress on the tick list.
- Munro names.
- All 283 Munros.
- Main boat services.
- Each coloured route denotes arbritrary areas of mountains.
- Full colour key to the information shown.
- The real Scottish rail network.
- All major islands of the Inner Hebrides.
- The coastline of much of western Scotland and more.