How to use OS Maps

Countryfile Magazine - - Great Days Out -

We’ve part­nered with Ord­nance Sur­vey, Great Bri­tain’s Na­tional Map­ping Agency.

Whether you’re hik­ing or en­joy­ing a leisurely fam­ily walk, OS Maps puts Great Bri­tain’s most de­tailed leisure map­ping at your fin­ger­tips. Sim­ple to use and fea­ture rich, it’s in­valu­able for savour­ing the out­doors. To get started, down­load the OS Maps app on to your phone or tablet (or jump straight into the web ver­sion) and get Stan­dard, Greenspace and Ae­rial map­ping, all for free.

Sub­scribe to OS Maps to:

• Un­lock OS Ex­plorer 1 : 25 000 and OS Lan­dranger 1 : 50 000 maps across the coun­try. • Dis­cover over half a mil­lion routes, in­clud­ing trails fea­tured in BBC Coun­try­file Mag­a­zine. • Ac­cess maps on mo­bile, tablet and desk­top. • Plot and share routes. • Keep track of your ac­tiv­i­ties with a new mileage counter. • Down­load your map­ping and never fear sig­nal loss again. • Find out what’s around you with new Aug­mented Re­al­ity. • See your routes in stun­ning 3D and visu­alise your jour­ney ahead. • Print your maps and routes on A4 and A3. How to ac­cess Coun­try­file’s walks on your mo­bile de­vice: • Down­load a QR code reader on your de­vice and scan your favourite walks, giv­ing you easy ac­cess to our routes while you’re out and about.

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