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is it possible to download maps without cycling paths?

asked 11 Oct '18, 09:01

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What site are you using? What are you doing with the downloaded maps? (Is this another case of Garmin users not realising that OSM is not solely a source for free maps for their units...)

(11 Oct '18, 10:19) Richard ♦

You have'nt answered my question. Can you give me this map without the cycle path or not? I need a clean physical map. thank you Carlo

(12 Oct '18, 15:29) Carlohag68

You haven't explained your question.

Where are you downloading the maps from?

Are you using them on a smartphone, or a Garmin GPS unit, or tattooed onto your skin, or...?

(12 Oct '18, 17:19) Richard ♦

I am downloading from https://www.opencyclemap.org/ .... to my pc because I need the map base on which to trace a journey for printing. thanks Carlo A

(16 Oct '18, 08:14) Carlohag68

OpenCycleMap is a cycle map and therefore it shows cycle paths.

You could try https://www.openstreetmap.org/ itself for several map views (see the 'layers' button on the right), or if you want to have contours and hill-shading like OpenCycleMap but without cycle information, try https://opentopomap.org/ .

(16 Oct '18, 10:55) Richard ♦
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