The map to draw your own special places in the Alps - summits, passes, valleys, creeks, forests, alpine pastures, ski-, biking- or hiking trails, villages and regions.

€ 25.00

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We have created two versions of this map - German and English. Please select the language of your map here:

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Edition 1: 04-01-2017
Size: 1000 x 700 mm
Paper: 250 gr/m², matt coated
Print: Offset
Language: English
ISBN: 978-3-946719-06-9

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Our map

The backbone of our map consists of contour lines at intervals of 250 meter.
Thus, the map looks plastic and nicely displays the topography of the mountain range.


In order to have reference points, we show important towns, rivers and mountains, as well as the borders of the eight Alpine countries.

The map also shows the borders of the regions of the Alpine countries.
Mapping out the Alps - Border of Regions

63 mountain ranges of the Alps, using the definition of Paul Zahn, are listed and displayed on the map.
Mapping out the Alps - Mountain Groups

The light map colors leave room to draw in your own marks.
We can recommend the following pens*:
Sharpie permanent, Staedtler permanent, Staedtler non-permanent, Edding 2000c permanent. Mapping out the Alps - Marking

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Marmota Stickers for our Alpine map

Our matching Marmota sticker set lets you mark your very own Alpine experiences.

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Marmota Stickers for our Alpine map


Here are some examples of personal marks on the map.

Markus Schaumlöffel /

Alex /

Landkarte Alpen Gestalten von Alex BergReif



Tips for hanging
up the map

How do I hang a map on a wall.

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