A few days ago, Google quietly added some fancy new contour lines to its “Terrain Mode” on Google Maps.
As noted before, most of the prominent peaks are labeled, as well as other geographic features. In National Parks, campgrounds, ranger stations, and a few trails show up, too — but our local National Forests are still missing this information … although honestly, I’m sure it’s just a matter of time.
Now, when are we going to get to print these things out instead of having to buy topographical maps?
Via GOBlog, courtesy Team Geared Up.
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