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Karttakeskus Repokaira Angeli Pulju 1:50000


The topo map is the best choice for hiking, fishing, and hunting in areas of Lapland where no outdoor maps have been printed and you’ve had to depend on many regular terrain maps to get around.

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EAN: 9789522667106 SKU: WESKRAP150265 Categories: , Tag:

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Karttakeskus Repokaira Angeli Pulju 1:50000

Topocaps are waterproof and tear-resistant foldable terrain maps of Finland. The maps are resistant to wear and tear from repeated usage and folding. The data content matches to traditional paper terrain maps, and the underlying material is the National Land Survey’s terrain database.

The topo map distribution in magazines is suited to the demands of hikers. In addition, symbols indicate deserted and reserved areas on the maps, and the map content extends to the Norwegian and Swedish sides of the national border.

Repokaira Angeli Pulju 1:50 000 is a two-sided map magazine that includes the western half of Lemmenjoki National Park in Inari as well as a part of the Pulju wilderness area on the Kittilä and Enontekiö side. The map displays the Norwegian border, the tops of the Vaskojoki, Lemmenjoki, Ivalojoki, and Repojoki rivers, as well as the communities of Angeli, Pulju, and Lisma.  The wilderness and little-traveled area is a realm of experienced hikers and reindeer herders.



Karttakeskus is a specialized brand within the Tapio Group, focusing on maps and cartography.
Karttakeskus is renowned for its classics, including GT maps, outdoor maps, reference books, and Loisto navigation software, all of which have established themselves as leading resources in their respective fields.
The Tapio Group is actively engaged in responsible business practices, actively promoting sustainability and measures aimed at addressing climate change. The company’s operations are characterized by a deep respect for environmental values, biodiversity, and the significance of forests in the lives of the Finnish people.