That’s right – you can win 20 months of OS Maps for your desktop, laptop, tablet and phone, worth £40, only with this Wales Outdoors competition!

Full details are HERE but the main benefits are:

All the mapping you’ll ever need!

Use world-renowned Ordnance Survey mapping with unlimited use of every OS Explorer and OS Landranger map for the whole of Great Britain. That’s instant access to 607 maps to view, print, or download to your phone – all included in your subscription.

Find routes all over Great Britain

Discover hundreds of thousands ready-made routes at your fingertips. Simply open the OS Maps app and instantly start finding local routes nearby. You’re never far from a great route. You can also create and plot your own routes so you can explore the way you want to.

OS Maps web browser with route
OS Maps app offline mapping works with no data

No signal?
No problem

Download maps and routes to your phone so you can use them wherever you go, even if you have no phone signal in an area.

Always have a backup

Print out your own custom routes and maps to take with you so you are never stuck without a map. You can choose the scale, orientation and size that suits you.

Printed paper map from OS Maps web
OS Maps app with Augmented Reality feature labels

Explore your horizons

For inspiration on the go, use OS Maps AR Viewer to pan across the landscape and discover the nearest forests, coastlines, hills, mountains and more.

Visualise your routes in 3D

Explore anywhere in Britain with the Aerial 3D layer. Fly-through a route to get a good understanding of the terrain, find the best viewpoints and discover nearby points of interest.

Aerial 3D mode in OS Maps web
OS Maps on multiple devices

Works across all your devices

Seamless sync between desktop, tablet and mobile. Easily plan routes on the web then follow along on the app when you’re on the go.

This is a month long competition with the winner being announced at the start of July, just in time to make use of the maps as we are, hopefully, allowed back onto the hills of Wales!

The Competition

Pretty simple we think so it will be all correct answers will be placed in a hat and there will be a draw…

18. What’s this symbol commonly known as?

  • A : Height mark 
  • B : Trig pillar 
  • C : Mapping mark 
  • D : Benchmark
  • E : Quality mark
  • F : Marky Mark

To enter simply comment on this blog post or on the Facebook page. Best of luck 🙂

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