OS Explorer 202 Leominster & Bromyard
is the ideal companion to help keep your outdoor activities on track.
Ordnance Survey Explorer Maps are probably the most popular UK paper maps on the market today. Explorer maps are also the most detailed walking maps produced by Ordnance Survey.
With their 4cm to 1km (2½ inches to 1 mile) scale, the OS Explorer Map series has been adopted by most individuals and organisations involved in outdoor activities such as walking, cycling, horse riding & climbing.
Comprising standard Explorer versions & Outdoor Leisure (OL) versions, covering the National Parks (& the Isle of Wight), the series covers every part of England, Scotland and Wales
The 403 maps in the OS Explorer map series include the National Trails & Recreational Paths, picnic areas, viewpoints and selected places of interest. In addition, there’s Rights of Way & Access Land information for England and Wales.
All of the OS Explorer titles are also available as laminated versions called ‘Active Map’ that are long-lasting, tough & waterproof.
Ordnance Survey Explorer maps also show:
· Field Boundaries
· Named features not represented on other scales
· Comprehensive tourist & leisure information
· Schools, Post Offices, Town Halls & Police Stations
· Full access land areas marked with information points
,Acton Beauchamp, Ashperton, Avenbury, Aylestone, Bartestree, Birley with Upper Hill, Bishops Frome, Bishopstone, Bodenham, Bosbury, Bredenbury, Breinton, Bridge Sollers, Bringsty, Brinsop and Wormsley, Bromyard, Bromyard and Winslow, Burghill, Burmarsh, Canon Frome, Canon Pyon, Castle Frome, Collington, Credenhill, Credenhill, Dilwyn, Dinmore, Dinmore Hill, Docklow and Hampton Wafer, Eardisland, Edvin Loach and Saltmarshe, Edwyn Ralph, Eggleton, Evesbatch, Felton, Ford and Stoke Prior, Frome, Golden Cross, Grendon Bishop, Hampton Charles, Hampton Court, Hatfield and Newhampton, Herefordshire, County of, Holmer, Hope under Dinmore, Humber, Kenchester, Kings Pyon, Leominster, Leominster East and South, Leominster North, Little Cowarne, Lugwardine, Malvern Hills, Mansell Gamage, Mansell Lacy, Marden, Monkland and Stretford, Moreton Jeffries, Moreton on Lugg, Much Cowarne, Munsley, Norton, Ocle Pychard, Pencombe with Grendon Warren, Pipe and Lyde, Preston Wynne, Pudlestone, Stanford Bishop, Stoke Lacy, Stretton Grandison, Stretton Sugwas, Sutton, Tarrington, Tedstone Delamere, Tedstone Wafer, Thornbury, Three Elms, Ullingswick, Wacton, Wellington, Wellington Heath, Weobley, Westhide, Weston Beggard, Withington, Yarkhill, Yazor, Wye , Lugg, Herefordshire, ,