IGN 102 - Lille Maubeuge
PNR Scarpe-Escaut, PNR de l'Avesnois
This new edition has a new format, it is printed on Plasticised paper. It is printed on both sides of the sheet. It integrates cycling routes in partnership with the association AF3V (cycling and greenways). The paths distinguish between easy and more difficult to navigate routes. The new TOP 100 is the perfect map for discovering a region and sightseeing on foot, by bicycle or by car.
This map covers approx 117 x 97km
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The mapping is at a scale of 1:100 000 (1cm=1Km) and is ideal for touring a region by car motorcycle or bicycle, can even be used by walking enthusiasts.
The map legend includes English
These road maps of France are used by millions of locals and tourists alike, this series provides an excellent balance between coverage of a sufficiently wide area and detailed road presentation, plus topographic information not found on other road maps.
These maps are now based on IGN’s digital data that is used to produce the country’s topographic survey at more detailed scales. The presentation has been sharpened to make small local roads stand out better.
For GPS Users the maps have a 5-km UTM grid, plus a latitude and longitude grid at 15’ intervals.
Contour intervals vary according to the terrain, from 10m along the coast to 40m in the mountainous areas. The contours are enhanced by relief shading.
Colouring shows different types of vegetation or land use eg woods, vineyards, orchards.
The series includes plenty of tourist information.
For walkers the maps have an overprint highlighting long-distance footpaths, the GR routes
There are numerous symbols used on these maps to mark various places of interest, sport and recreational facilities, mountain refuges, gites d’etape, etc.
Additional topographic information shown on these maps are peaks, glaciers, passes, names of mountain ranges and other geographical features, railways with stations, funiculars, ski and chair lifts, administrative boundaries, etc.