Hi, I downloaded from https://extract.bbbike.org/ a "lite" version of an OpenCycleMap. Any idea where I can find a "full" version of OpenCycleMaps to be used in Basecamp and on a Garmin GPS ?

Thx in advance. Erik

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Can you edit your query and paste the url of where you are downloading the light version from.

(15 Dec '18, 17:52) nevw

Take care with the names: At https://extract.bbbike.org/ I only see "Openfietsmap lite" and "Cycle" in the list of Garmin maps, but no OpenCycleMap. OpenCycleMap is another OSM-based map. I have changed this in your question title.

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On http://www.openfietsmap.nl/ you can find more heavy/full versions for selected European countries. There also is a description of the "lite" version: "This light version does not include contourlines, buildings, extended landuse (grass, farmland etc)."

For other Garmin maps (based on OSM data) see https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/OSM_Map_On_Garmin/Download .

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