ORDNANCE SURVEY Explorer OL 27 North York Moors Map (Eastern Area)

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The Explorer OL 27 from Ordnance Survey covers the eastern area of the spectacular North York Moors National Park including the Cleveland Hills and Hambleton Hills. Take the beautiful seaside retreats of Whitby and Scarborough or make your way inland and discover the many trails which can be used to navigate the National Park.

Product code: 194622

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Key Features

  • Detailed and informative explorer map of the North York Moors (eastern area) from Ordnance Survey
  • Covers the Cleveland Hills, Hambleton Hills, Tabular Hills Walk, Cleveland Street, Esk Valley Walk and the northern end of Ebor Way
  • Scale: 1:25000
  • Now includes Mobile Download
  • Recommended activity - walking / hiking / cycling / navigation / expedition

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5 out of 5

Perfect map for my trip to Whitby

5 out of 5

Bought as a present. Very pleased.

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If you're buying it you know what it's for!

5 out of 5

Excellent app and information. Needs to be down loadable straight to iPhone with out going via a computer to be perfect


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