Greenland and the North Pole Travel Map. 1:3,000,000 & 1:9,000,000. ITMB.
The map shows fjords and 'green' areas, contours, and many place names. The reverse side has a new map of the North Pole, thanks to a marvelous effort by the National Atlas people at Natural Resources Canada, who compiled and prepared the North Pole map as their contribution to the International Scientific Year of the Polar Ice 2009. The map shows boundary, national park boundary, capitals, villages, world heritage site, airport, heliport, ferry and other information.
1 sheet, folded
Greenland Explorer Map. 1:3,250,000. Ocean Explorer Maps. This map, ideal for schools and anyone interested in unique places and the people that explored them, offers:
Illustrated biographies of explorers and other notable people in Greenland's history
Historical time line
Color photos and text on the plants and animal life
Details of the human population, from the early Greenlandic cultures to the Norse settlers and the Danish colonization.
Additional information on wide-ranging topics such as Greenland's role in WWII, geology, glaciology, Greenland's role in the search for the North Pole, etc.
1 sheet, folded.
Greenland Map. 1:5,000,000. Kort & Matrikelstyrelsen. 1996. Simplified physical map of Greenland. Available in either folded or flat/wall map editions. Size approx. 20 x 30".
Thumbnail image of the Greenland map.
Evighedsfjorden hiking map. 1:75,000. 1999. (Not shown on index - just above Maniitsoq & Apussuit).
Ilulissat hiking map. 1:100,000.
Ilulissat Hiking Map. 1:20,000.
Ivittuut (Ivigtut) hiking map. 1:75,000. 1994.
Kangerlussuaq hiking map. 1:100,000. 1996.
Maniitsoq hiking map. 1:75,000. 1997.
Narsaq hiking map. 1:100,000. 2002.
Narsarsuaq hiking map. 1:100,000. 1998.
Nuuk hiking map. 1:75,000. 1996.
Nuuk Area Hiking Map. 1:20,000.
Qassigiannguit hiking map. 1:100,000.
Pingo hiking map. 1:100,000. 1996.
Qaqortoq hiking map. 1:100,000.
Qeqertarsuaq (south point of Disko Island) hiking map. 1:100,000. 2001. (Not shown on index).
Sisimiut hiking map. 1:100,000.
Tasermiut fjorden - Nanortalik hiking map. 1:100,000. 1996.
Tasiilaq/Kulusuk hiking map. 1:100,000. 1998.
Greenland 1:250,000 Topographic/Hiking Maps. 1:250,000. Sagamaps. A series of clear topographic maps extending from the southern tip of Greenland along the western coast as far north as latitude 78°, thus reaching Thule. Two isolated maps on the east coast cover the Scoresbysund and Angmagssalik regions. Relief is shown by contours at intervals of 50m augmented by frequent spot heights. Main peaks are named, along with many other physical features eg bays and islands. Settlements, roads, airstrips (including heliports) and anchorages and selected landmarks are shown. Glaciers, moraine and low-lying coastal plains are also distinguished and contours extend for a limited extent into the icefield region. Lines of longitude and latitude are drawn at 1° and 15' intervals respectively.
Some titles are also published with a small historical guide on the reverse.
Index map Sample of 6 x 6" section of a sheet. Small thumbnail of sheet #1 Small thumbnail of sheet #4