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Topo Map 50 Lindis Pass CA14

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The 1:50,000 scale topographic map of Lindis Pass in New Zealand provides a detailed overview of the area's terrain. It vividly depicts the contours, elevations, and geographical features, showcasing the hills, valleys, and mountains with precision. This map is invaluable for hikers, geologists, and adventurers, offering insights into the landscape's nuances, including streams, rivers, vegetation, and man-made structures. With its accurate representation of elevations and landmarks, it serves as an indispensable tool for safe navigation and exploration in Lindis Pass and its surroundings.


  • Contours: Detailed lines indicating elevation changes, helping visualize the terrain's steepness or flatness.
  • Geographical Landmarks: Mountains, hills, valleys, and plateaus depicted with accuracy.
  • Water Bodies: Streams, rivers, lakes, and ponds marked to indicate water sources and bodies.
  • Vegetation: Differentiating between forests, grasslands, and shrubbery, highlighting diverse ecosystems.
  • Man-Made Structures: Roads, trails, buildings, bridges, and settlements aiding navigation and orientation.
  • Geographical Coordinates: Latitude, longitude, and grid references for precise location determination.
  • Scale: Representation of distance to help gauge travel or hiking distances accurately.
  • Legend/Key: Explanation of symbols and colors used on the map for easy interpretation.
  • Elevation Points: Notable peaks or high points with their respective elevations marked for reference.
  • Natural Features: Caves, cliffs, and other distinctive geological features of the landscape.

Technical Specifications
  • Scale: 1:50,000 (1 centimeter on the map represents 50,000 centimeters or 500 meters on the ground).
  • Contour Interval: Typically, 10 meters (meaning each contour line represents a 10-meter change in elevation).
  • Map Projection: Commonly, a projection system like UTM (Universal Transverse Mercator) or a local projection.
  • Grid System: Grid lines for precise location referencing, often using a coordinate system such as UTM or latitude and longitude.
  • Legend/Key: Explanation of symbols, colors, and markings used on the map.
  • Date of Survey/Revision: Indicates when the map data was collected or last updated.
  • Source Data: Information regarding the sources used to compile the map, including aerial surveys, satellite imagery, ground surveys, etc.
  • Margins and Borders: Typically, margins around the map for annotations, legends, and additional information.
  • Map Size: Dimensions of the map sheet or its digital equivalent.
  • Cartographic Details: Information on the cartographer or agency responsible for creating the map.

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