A Little Good News – Free Digital Maps For Everyone

We may not be able to go adventuring for a while yet. However, we can plan ahead for when we can travel again. Have a look at our digital maps, clear and fully detailed for adventure planning of all kinds, including walking, climbing, biking or maybe daydreaming about your next big trip.

Mirador Del Time, La Palma, Canary Islands
Here’s the map section of the area shown in the photo (above).

There’s a whole hatful of exciting free maps to be had. Take a look at this list of adventure destinations.

Balearic Islands

Mallorca

Menorca

Ibiza

Formentera

Menorca’s rugged north-east coast

Madeira

Madeira – approaching Ribeira Funda

Azores

Greek Islands

Corfu

Zante (aka Zakynthos)

Malta, Gozo & Comino

Spanish Mainland

Axarquia / Costa del Sol

Costa Blanca

Alpujarras

Sierra de Aracena

Axarquia

Canary Islands

Gran Canaria

La Palma

Tenerife

La Gomera & El Hierro

Lanzarote

Fuerteventura

La Gomera, Canary Islands

We hope that we’ve inspired you to think about your next big adventure. To get your free digital maps, please look here https://www.dwgwalking.co.uk

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7 responses to “A Little Good News – Free Digital Maps For Everyone”

  1. discoverywalking says :

    Wow! What a great gesture this is especially at this time. I will enjoy losing myself in a bit of ‘virtual adventuring’ in preparation for getting out in the real world. Thanks!

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  2. rosinaus says :

    This is such a great idea and thank you, Discovery Walking Guides, for opening up all these maps and routes to us. This will make these challenging days and weeks pass far more pleasantly!

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  3. rosinaus says :

    This is brilliant! I just received your link to Tenerife maps which opened perfectly in Google eart – great level of detail, flying over 3D terrain following the walking routes. I want to go there! THanks, Discovery Walking Guides, for this generous and exciting gift.

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  4. Anonymous says :

    I have been using DWG books & Maps since the very first leaflet guides (Which I STILL have ) and like what they produce. This is an excellent gesture for people to lose themselves during ‘lockdown’ and get a few routes planned for when normality returns. I particularly like the Santiago del Teide/Arguayo and CHINYERO area for walking, amongst others…
    Many thanks

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    • discoverywalking says :

      It’s great to hear from one of our original ‘family’, right back to our modest walking leaflet guides. If we can offer people something to look forward to and plan for, then we’ve achieved our aim. Enjoy, and here’s to the next time we are all back out there adventuring.

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