|| Lucca (Italy), Munich (Germany), Hamburg, Hirtshals (Denmark), Ferry to Kristiansand (Norway), Bygland, Oltedal, Ryfylkevegen, Preikestolen, Sand, Vikedal, Førde, Søfteland, Bergen, Eikedalen, Farnes, Helgheim, Geiranger, Åndalsnes, Bud, Vevang, Rensvik, Eidsvåg I Romsdal, Tågvollan, Trondheim, Vellamelen, Holm, Alstahaug, Øresvik, Bodø, Ferry to Lofoten, Moskenes, Kvalnes, Andenes Hvalsenter, Bjerkvik, Storfjord, Alta, Olderfjord,
Nordkapp, Kaamanen (Finland), Napapiiri Rovaniemi, Puolanka, Räsälä, Savolinna, Änkilä, Lapinjärvi, Helsinki, Kaarina, Kustavi, Ferry to Brando, Torsholma, Ferry to Mariehamn, Ferry E18 to Kapellskar (Sweden), Stockholm, Copenhagen (Denmark), Lubeck (Germany), Hamburg, Munich, Insbruck (Austria), Lucca (Italy)
||Having a map helps once your navigator fails, which will fail or will be imprecise for sure at least once. I took maps for whole Europe, Norway, Finland and Sweden.
| Navigation maps
||A good navigator helps, makes life easier in the
country side of remote areas. I have a Touratech‘s version of the Zumo 550 from Garmin. I used Garmin’s City Navigator Europe NT map. Alternatively, you can rely on those provided from the OpenStreetMap project. Specifically, there are some places on the web from which you may download directly maps (called OSM maps) that you can install into Garmin’s Basecamp and then into your Garmin device. I used the Garmin Openstreet Map to download a map for Morocco to be installed into Garmin’s Basecamp, which then allows you to transfer the map to your Garmin device together with your daily trips. I also used JaVaWa GMTK, to load multiple OSM maps into BaseCamp.
| Google Maps
||I used Google maps to figure out my daily trips, which then I’ve copied manually into Basecamp. Personally I preferred this two step approach rather than doing it directly in Basecamp.