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DELORME Vermont Atlas and Gazetteer
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- Detail commonly includes: Back roads, dirt roads and trails, elevation contours, remote lakes and streams, boat ramps, public lands for recreation, land use / land cover - forests, wetlands, agriculture, trailheads, campgrounds, prime hunting and fishing spots.
- Typical Gazetteer categories include: Hiking, bicycling, canoeing/kayaking/float trips, museums/historic sites, campgrounds, hunting/fishing, scenic drives, unique natural features, state and national parks and forests.
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While I took a copy of DeLorme's Vermont atlas on a recent trip, I found a much better atlas once I arrived in Vermont. It's Jimapco's "Vermont Road Atlas" and is priced the same as DeLorme's book. However, the Jimapco atlas is smaller (8.5" x 11") and is spiral bound, making it much more convenient to use on the road as it always lies flat. You can also look at just one page -- if you try that with a DeLorme atlas too many times, the book will fall apart. Also, the Jimapco atlas strives to name EVERY single street and road in Vermont, while DeLorme names the more prominent roads only showing the minor roads while leaving them nameless. The only feature lacking from the Jimapco "Vermont Road Atlas" that DeLorme has is 3-D terrain shading. But, when you're in a car trying to find a street or looking for a point of interest, the terrain shading is of little help.
I've been a big fan of the DeLorme atlases for years now, but Jimapco's Vermont atlas will be a constant companion for me on all future Vermont roadtrips.
If you get lost using this map, wellll, ummmm, maybe you shouldn't have been going there!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've found these to be the best. As an avid motorcyclist seeking the challenges of tarmac, I just look for the squiggliest lines and try to get to them. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Ken Bailey
Great book! I am sure it will help in our plans when visiting the area later this year. Thanks!Published 6 months ago by dlmuircal
Great product, FAST delivery! Just what we needed for RV travel!Published 8 months ago by Big A train
My son found this publication to be of exceptional value in trip planning. The high standard of Delorme atlases and maps continues to be maintained.Published 9 months ago by Theodore Burch