• Snowdon - Neck Gaiter/Scarf/Snood

    Wearable large-scale 1:25,000 Ordnance Survey map artwork: Snowdon in Snowdonia

    SNOWDON IS THE HIGHEST AND MOST POPULAR MOUNTAIN IN WALES. Also known as 'The Top of Wales', it reaches 1,085 metres (3,560 ft) above sea level. This detailed Ordnance Survey mapping snood shows the summit and six main routes of ascent, making it the ideal present or souvenir for everyone who reaches, or dreams of reaching, the top Note: While the Ordnance Survey mapping used on the snood is up-to-date at the time of production, it is not recommended for navigation. Walkers should carry the correct OS online or sheet map and compass.
    Ordnance Survey Licence No.: 0100047867
     
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    Scafell Pike - Neck Tube/Scarf/Snood

    Wearable large-scale 1:25,000 Ordnance Survey map artwork: Scafell Pike in the Lake District

    CELEBRATE ENGLAND'S HIGHEST MOUNTAIN and one of the National Three Peaks Challenge summits with this attractive modern Ordnance Survey 1:25,000 scale mapping snood or neck warmer. It looks great and will keep you snug and comfortable on the way up and down. The perfect gift or souvenir for everyone who climbs - or is about to climb - this iconic peak. Note: While the Ordnance Survey mapping used on the snood is up-to-date at the time of production, it is not recommended for navigation. Walkers should carry the correct OS online or sheet map and compass.
    Ordnance Survey Licence No.: 0100047867
     
  • Helvellyn - Neck Gaiter/Scarf/Snood

    Wearable large-scale historic map artwork: Helvellyn in the Lake District

    HELVELLYN HAS BEEN A POPULAR CUMBRIAN SUMMIT FOR MANY YEARS. The snood's tightly woven material features a detailed historic colour map dating from 1912 — and shows the mountain in all its timeless beauty. A wonderful keepsake, gift or souvenir Note: The historic mapping used on this snood is not recommended for navigation. Walkers should carry the correct modern OS online or sheet map and compass.    
  • Helvellyn - Neck Gaiter/Scarf/Snood

    Wearable large-scale 1:25,000 Ordnance Survey map artwork: Helvellyn in the Lake District

    HELVELLYN IS ONE OF THE LAKE DISTRICT'S MOST POPULAR PEAKS at 950 metres / 3,118 feet above sea level. The luxurious, silky neck tube features wearable large-scale 1:25,000 Ordnance Survey map artwork. Now you or a friend can own this stylish and permanent souvenir of an iconic mountain. Note: While the Ordnance Survey mapping used on the snood is up-to-date at the time of production, it is not recommended for navigation. Walkers should carry the correct OS online or sheet map and compass.
    Ordnance Survey Licence No.: 0100047867
  • Wales: Ogwen Valley - Neck Gaiter/Scarf/Snood

    Wearable large-scale 1:25,000 Ordnance Survey map artwork: Ogwen Valley in Snowdonia

    WALES' FAMOUS OGWEN VALLEY is home to the shallow, ribbon lake of Llyn Ogwen (alongside the main A5) , which divides the two main mountain rages of the Snowdonia National Park — the Carneddau and the Glyderau. This detailed Ordnance Survey mapping snood shows the lake and its dramatic surroundings, making it the ideal present or souvenir for everyone who loves this iconic valley and its surrounding peaks. Note: While the Ordnance Survey mapping used on the snood is up-to-date at the time of production, it is not recommended for navigation. Walkers should carry the correct OS online or sheet map and compass.
    Ordnance Survey Licence No.: 0100047867
     
  • Snowdon - Neck Gaiter/Scarf/Snood

    Wearable large-scale historic (1912) map artwork: Snowdon in Snowdonia

    SOMETIMES CALLED 'THE TOP OF WALES', Snowdon is the highest and best-known peak in the country, reaching 1,085 metres (3,560 ft) above sea level. This historic, 1912 Ordnance Survey map snood shows the summit and all six main paths up, making it the ideal gift or souvenir for mountain fans everywhere. Note: The historic mapping used on this snood is not recommended for navigation. Walkers should carry the correct modern OS online or sheet map and a compass.
  • Wales: Cadair Idris - Neck Gaiter/Scarf/Snood

    Wearable large-scale 1:25,000 Ordnance Survey map artwork: Cadair Idris in Snowdonia

    CADAIR IDRIS IS THE SECOND-HIGHEST MOUNTAIN IN THE SNOWDONIA NATIONAL PARK.  Rightly popular with walkers, it stands at the southern end of the National Park near Dolgellau. This detailed Ordnance Survey mapping snood shows the shapely mountain and its three main routes of ascent, making it the ideal present or souvenir for everyone who has climbed, or dreams of climbing, this wonderful summit. Note: While the Ordnance Survey mapping used on the snood is up-to-date at the time of production, it is not recommended for navigation. Walkers should carry the correct OS online or sheet map and compass.
    Ordnance Survey Licence No.: 0100047867
     
  • Peak District: Castleton (Vintage) - Neck Gaiter/Scarf/Snood

    Wearable large-scale historic map artwork: Castleton in the Peak District

    CASTLETON AND THE GREAT RIDGE LIE AT THE HEART OF THE PEAK DISTRICT NATIONAL PARK. The ever-popular town lies between the gentle limestone 'White Peak' to the south, and the starker gritstone 'Dark Peak' to the north. This attractive, silky smooth snood features historic coloured map artwork showing the area in detail. Note: The historic mapping used on this snood is not recommended for navigation. Walkers should carry the correct modern OS online or sheet map and compass.  
  • Lake District: Derwentwater - Neck Gaiter/Scarf/Snood

    Wearable large-scale 1:25,000 Ordnance Survey map artwork: Derwentwater in the Lake District

    DERWENT WATER IS ONE OF THE LAKE DISTRICT'S MOST POPULAR LAKES. Surrounded by fells, the island-dotted lake is  three miles long and lies just to the south of Keswick. This luxurious, silky neck tube features wearable large-scale 1:25,000 Ordnance Survey map artwork of the lake and its beautiful shore. Now you or a friend can own this stylish and permanent souvenir of an iconic part of the English Lakes. Note: While the Ordnance Survey mapping used on the snood is up-to-date at the time of production, it is not recommended for navigation. Walkers should carry the correct OS online or sheet map and compass.
    Ordnance Survey Licence No.: 0100047867
     
  • Lake District: Coniston - Neck Gaiter/Scarf/Snood

    Wearable large-scale 1:25,000 Ordnance Survey map artwork: Coniston in the Lake District

    CONISTON IS ONE OF THE LAKE DISTRICT'S LOVELIEST LAKES. Over five miles long and surrounded by the Cumbrian fells, Coniston is a justified favourite with visitors. The luxurious, silky neck tube features wearable large-scale 1:25,000 Ordnance Survey map artwork. Now you or a friend can own this stylish and permanent souvenir of an iconic part of the English Lake District. Note: While the Ordnance Survey mapping used on the snood is up-to-date at the time of production, it is not recommended for navigation. Walkers should carry the correct OS online or sheet map and compass.
    Ordnance Survey Licence No.: 0100047867
     
  • Scotland: Ben Nevis - Neck Gaiter/Scarf/Snood

    Wearable large-scale 1:50,000 Ordnance Survey map artwork: Ben Nevis in Scotland

    BEN NEVIS IS THE HIGHEST MOUNTAIN IN SCOTLAND AND THE BRITISH ISLES. Rising to 1,345 metres (4,413 ft) above sea level, the summit is reached by around 100,000 visitors a year. This detailed Ordnance Survey mapping snood shows the mountain and its awe-inspiring surroundings, making it the ideal present or souvenir for everyone who loves this most famous of Scotland's mountains. Note: While the Ordnance Survey mapping used on the snood is up-to-date at the time of production, it is not recommended for navigation. Walkers should carry the correct OS online or sheet map and compass.
    Ordnance Survey Licence No.: 0100047867
  • Peak District: Castleton - Neck Gaiter/Scarf/Snood

    Wearable large-scale 1:25,000 Ordnance Survey map artwork: Castleton in the Peak District

    CASTLETON AND THE GREAT RIDGE LIE AT THE HEART OF THE PEAK DISTRICT. This attractive, silky smooth snood features historic coloured map artwork showing the area in detail. The perfect souvenir or gift. Note: While the Ordnance Survey mapping used on the snood is up-to-date at the time of production, it is not recommended for navigation. Walkers should carry the correct OS online or sheet map and compass.
    Ordnance Survey Licence No.: 0100047867
     

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