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    Default New River Wye Canoe Maps

    Rivers Publishing are delighted to announce two new maps for the River Wye - Designed by canoeists for canoeists, these are very much “hands on” map - waterproof and easy to use whilst paddling down the river - they even float. They show all the essential paddling information as clearly as possible at a large scale - 1:36,000.

    Sheet size 572 x 350mm.
    · Folded size 95 X 175mm.
    · Printed in full colour and double sided.
    · Polyart waterproof paper.
    · ISBN: 978-0-9957513-0-9
    · Publication: April 2017
    · Recommended Retail Price: £8.95

    Two maps cover all 161 km of the most popular canoeing stretch of the river from Glasbury to Chepstow. This is a “Strip map” – with 4 convenient sections on each map showing the river and the countryside on each side of the river. The base map uses O.S. geodata which has been edited and enhanced to show essential information as clearly as possible. The map shows roads, towns, villages, footpaths, rivers, streams, lakes, churches, farms, houses, woods and hills. Physical relief is shown with a contour interval of 10m.

    Canoeing information is highlighted with colour boxes and symbols to show recommended launch sites, rapids, campsites, pubs, cafes and canoe hire bases.

    There are brief guidance notes on paddling the river Wye and essential information for key rapids like Symonds Yat. There are also up to date notes on other information sources – websites, books, etc.
    It should be invaluable for anyone planning a single or multi-day trip.

    The maps are in the shops next week and are available online - we recommend as an ethical, convenient and good value alternative to Amazon.

    Please see for more details.

    If anyone is clever enough then perhaps you could post the front and back covers and snapshot up here please.

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    Good idea


    It would be good to get an example of what the mapping looks like too, Pete.
    Covering as many malmiles as possible before being distracted by the pub!

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