Is there a map already that is simmilar to this example. Or if it isn't whats the best tutorial I could use to make such a map, as I have no expirience with OSM.

asked 15 Sep, 13:46

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As an online slippy map there is for example OpenTopoMap.

An offline map usable with apps like Locus or Orux could be obtained from Openandromaps.

There are certainly more out there. Browse through the Wiki for others.

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answered 15 Sep, 14:21

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Is there a way to hide the street names and structure names (like churches)? Othervise this is exactly what I wanted, thank you!

(15 Sep, 15:05) GhandiThe De...
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There is no way of changing the appearance in a slippy map. It's all pre-rendered images loaded form the server. Maybe you find a map that looks more the way you like in the list on the Wiki.

A map using vector graphics could do what you want, but I don't know any topo online map from the top of my head.

Possibly some of the phone apps like Locus, Orux or OSMand can do it but I haven't checked.

(15 Sep, 15:55) TZorn

You may also be interested in OpenOrienteeringMap. Unfortunately contours are only available in certain countries.

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