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Recent reviews for this item:
Bill, April 14, 2009 Easy to use and upload info to Etrex GPS. Fairly
accurate where in the areas that I need the info.
Have to remember this is an older version and has
not been updated with newer highways or roads.
Shipping said that would be 3 to 5 days to
recieve, but was received next morning in Ottawa.
There is a new edition out in April, don't know if
will get a free update download with it or not.
John, April 3, 2009 I find it ok along the 401 corridor and the Bon
Echo region. However I just drove to Monton and
from Woodstock to Moncton there are numerous
errors. The 4 lane highway isn't in the program
in most cases. Lots of roadsides not labeled.
It's a disappointment. Around where I ride in
Ontario the rail bed is not accurate. It really
needs to be updated. However, it's better than
Snowdog, Lino, March 10, 2009 So far it has everything that I have needed. Have
read some reviews that it is missing data. I live
in the greater Toronto area so they probably
included all the data from this area.
jd, February 14, 2009 I like to use topo maps to find my way in the
back country and the biggest draw back from my
perspective is not being able to look at the map
and plan waypoints/routes because these maps
don't distinguish between wooded and open areas.
I've seen the Fugawi topo maps and they show the
same detail as a paper topo map. A much superior
product as are the Excursionist topo maps. I take
my waypoints from my paper topo and then plot
them on the Garmin topo (pc) then download to my
GPS. I'm sorry I purchased it. I'm going to try
to sell mine.