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Mont Blanc – Grand Combin area, map No. 5003, in the standard topographic survey of Switzerland at 1:50,000 from Swisstopo, i.e. without the special overprint highlighting walking trails, local bus stops, etc, presented in Swisstopo’s hiking editions of the 50K survey. Coverage extends from Chamonix and the Mont Blanc massif eastwards to Arolla and includes Martigny, Orsières and other popular locations in the south-western part of Valais, as well as the Grand St. Bernard Pass, Grand Combin, Rosablanche, etc.
Highly regarded for their superb use of graphic relief and hill shading, the maps give an almost 3-D picture of Switzerland’s mountainous terrain. Contours are at 20m intervals. All the maps have a 1-km grid with the Swiss national coordinates.
This standard version of the 50K survey covers the whole country on 78 small format sheets, with special larger format maps published for several popular tourist destinations. Small format sheets cover an area of 35 x 24 km (21 x 15 miles approx) and have map legend in the language of the area covered by the map. The special larger sheets cover 50 x 35 km (31 x 22 miles approx) and have no map legend, but a separate leaflet can be provided instead.
This map, together with 5006, covers the Haute Route.
PLEASE NOTE: the hiking editions of the 1:50,000 Swisstopo survey are listed on our website in a separate series.
01 March 2006
130mm x 190mm