Author Topic: OS maps on line issues  (Read 583 times)

pdstsp

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OS maps on line issues
« on: 12:46:32, 07/02/19 »
Morning all


Is anyone else having problems with OS mapping today? - I have just started plotting a route from Buttermere and it is giving me a climb of 10,019 metres to walk up onto Red Pike and along to Haystacks.  Now I'm all for a bit of gentle exaggeration, but this seems a bit much.  Have logged out, logged back in but getting same results.

jimbob

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Re: OS maps on line issues
« Reply #1 on: 12:54:37, 07/02/19 »
The clouds may be very low and very thick today???? :D
Too little, too late, too bad......

pdstsp

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Re: OS maps on line issues
« Reply #2 on: 12:59:12, 07/02/19 »
Maybe - but it is now telling me that the highest point on the land between Buttermere and Crummock Water is 985m asl.


Think there may be a bug on the site!  I'll try later I think.

sussamb

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Re: OS maps on line issues
« Reply #3 on: 13:46:01, 07/02/19 »
- I have just started plotting a route from Buttermere and it is giving me a climb of 10,019 metres to walk up onto Red Pike and along to Haystacks.


Hope not as I'm planning to include that ridge line on my C2C walk in the summer, although will be heading up from Ennerdale water  O0
Where there's a will ...

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Re: OS maps on line issues
« Reply #4 on: 13:50:03, 07/02/19 »
Itís a tough enough ascent up onto Red Pike without it growing.
It's all uphill from here.

pdstsp

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Re: OS maps on line issues
« Reply #5 on: 14:32:14, 07/02/19 »
Working properly again for me now.  O0

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Re: OS maps on line issues
« Reply #6 on: 20:03:06, 07/02/19 »
Has there been any seismic activity in the area.  May have gone up a few meters. ;)
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