1:25,000 raster

This series of 1:25,000 scale paper maps, designed for outdoor enthusiasts includes all the features associated with land-based outdoor pursuits.

The Lough Erne map is an easy-to-use navigation guide and includes detailed hydrographic information. All Activity maps are available as paper products, double sided and printed on water resistant paper.

Lough Erne Activity map

Afloat or ashore, these maps are an essential guide to all this beautiful area has to offer be it a tranquil cruise on the lakes, a fun filled day out with the family, fishing or visiting the many local tourist attractions. Offering all the features associated with land-based outdoor activity maps, these maps are also a complete navigation guide for Lower and Upper Lough Erne, with easy-to-follow hydrographic information.

Strangford Lough Activity map

Whether you’re sailing between one of the many islands, or exploring the spectacular countryside, the OSNI Strangford Lough Activity map is an essential guide to all the area has to offer. Strangford Lough is renowned for bird watching, marine life, wild flowers and butterflies, making it ideal for nature lovers.

You can explore a range of National Trust properties and country parks - detailed maps are on the reverse - or visit one of the picturesque villages bordering the water.

The Mournes Activity map

From the rugged granite peaks of the mountains to the picturesque coastline below, the Mournes region is one of only nine Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty in Northern Ireland. Whether your interest is climbing, rambling or simply relaxing, this map is your essential guide to the area. It provides a detailed guide for many outdoor activities and highlights local amenities and services such as filling stations and Mournes Rambler bus stops. The map includes Slieve Croob, the Murlough Nature Reserve and Castlewellan Forest Park.

Sperrins Activity map

The Sperrins Activity map shows everything from scenic drives, cycling routes and permitted angling areas to a rich collection of historical sites including standing stones, raths and chambered graves. One side shows the high Sperrins area at a scale of 1:25,000 while the reverse shows the wider Sperrins area at 1:100,000 scale.

Glens of Antrim Activity map

The Glens of Antrim Activity map details all nine Glens at a scale of 1:25,000. It is an excellent companion for a day in one of Northern Ireland's most popular tourist destinations. The map is packed with information for visitors including approved walks, climbs, cycling routes, scenic driving routes as well as top spots for sailing and fishing.

It also has an inset map of the Giant's Causeway World Heritage Site, showing the north Antrim cliff path.

Causeway Coast and Rathlin Island Activity map

This is the latest addition to the Activity map series and stretches from Magilligan Point in the north west to Ballycastle and Fair Head in the east. It includes waymarked walks, surfing beaches, canoe trail access points, Giant's Causeway World Heritage Site, Northwest 200 motorcycle road race route and Rathlin Island.

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