Alta Badia – Arabba – Marmolada area in a series of Tabacco maps at 1:25,000 covering the Dolomites and the mountains of north-eastern Italy, with excellent cartography and extensive overprint for hiking routes.
The maps have contours at 25m intervals, shading and graphic relief. An overprint highlights local footpaths, indicating the degree of difficulty and the state of waymarking. Also shown are all the high level routes (Alte Vie), Carnia Trekking path, and the north-eastern section of the Sentiero Italia. The maps also show the “via ferrata” paths along the iron rails and ladders fitted into the rock faces during the World War II to improve troop movement and now open to the public. Six different types of accommodation are marked, from isolated hotels and inns to campsites and refuges, local bus stops, cable car lines and chair lifts, plus places of interest and sport facilities.
Map legend includes English, unless indicated to the contrary in the individual description.
Casa Editrice Tabacco
12 May 2010
000 and 1:50, 000 scale maps, go from the Adamello mountain ranges to the Trieste limestone karst, hikers and weekend walkers. The maps produced concentrate on the North-East Alpine area and, maps of all the South Tyrol national parks and Special maps., more precisely, mountaineers, thus including all the Dolomites, trekkers, which have been declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO. The map production includes 1:25