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Oregon Road & Recreation Atlas (Benchmark Recreation Atlases) Map – January 9, 2019
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Our 10th edition (2022) Oregon Road & Recreation Atlas is now available! Thanks for your patience while our press caught up with demand. Oregonians love their state, Benchmark’s home state, and they love this atlas. They rave about how clearly it maps the roads – ALL of them – and its accuracy, page overlap, and how easy it is to find landmarks. The Landscape Maps in the latest edition are dramatically improved, with better terrain clarity and detail.
Our maps of Oregon are field checked for accuracy, and feature all of the important outdoor recreation categories and cultural interests. • Highways of the Northwestern U.S. and Oregon (Hwy 20, I5, I84) • Recreation and Public Lands Detail • Highly Detailed Landscape Maps • Index of counties, cities, parks, mountains, lakes & rivers. • Detailed Portland Metro Map • GPS Grid
Map Scales: Recreation Maps 1:750,000 1″ =11.8 miles. Landscape Maps 1:225,000 1″ =3.6 miles. Metro Maps 1:125,000 1″ =2 miles.
Dimension: 16″ x 11″. 112 pages.
10th Edition 2022. ISBN 9780929591766"
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- Publisher : Benchmark Maps; 2020th edition (January 9, 2019)
- Language : English
- Map : 116 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0929591763
- ISBN-13 : 978-0929591766
- Item Weight : 1.1 pounds
- Dimensions : 10.5 x 0.5 x 15 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #64,078 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The 4wd high clearance roads are labeled in bright red dashed lines while unpaved roads are labeled in dark red dashed lines. These colors look really similar, and its very very difficult to tell the two apart if you are say traveling 20 mph down a rutted row in a dusty jeep.
They NEED to do a better job of making sure all the symbols are in different enough colors so one can tell them apart without having to seriously focus on it. I took a star off for this reason, please, please use colors that are more distinguished from each other to represent different kinds of roads on the next edition.
The details got us off onto safe routes avoiding the spread of fires taking out main thoroughfares.