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About National Geographic Weekend Explorer 3D Mapping Software

Closeouts. National Geographic's Weekend Explorer 3D Mapping Software provides you with easy computer access to detailed USGS maps of many popular travel destinations and their surrounding areas. Features include 3D views and fly-thrus, one-click elevation profiles and easy map printing.

  • Includes hundreds of 1:24,000 scale seamless USGS maps
  • Waypoints and grids are compatible with your handheld GPS
  • Easily mark your own trails and waypoints
  • 3D views and fly-thrus
  • Printable custom maps
  • One-click elevation profiles
  • Roads and streets are updated annually
  • Automatic software updates
  • System requirements
  • Windows 95, 98, NT, 2000 or XP
  • 486 DX/66MHz PC or higher
  • 64MB RAM + 8MB video memory
  • Macintosh OS 10.2 or higher
  • 350MHz G3 or better
  • 128MB RAM + 16 MB video memory
  • Supported GPS receivers:
  • Works with most popular handheld receivers manufactured by Garmin, Magellan, Eagle, Lowrance and Suunto
  • Direct link requires input/output capabilities and a PC cable
  • Waypoints and routes will be transferred to your GPS unit, but maps cannot be transferred or viewed on your GPS unit
  • Case dimensions: 7½x5-¼x½"
  • Weight: 4 oz.
  • Material: composite
  • Made in USA


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Verified Buyer Reviewed by Doodle Donkey from Arvada, CO on Friday, September 7, 2012
All around great product. I love it. It makes planning your trips a breeze.
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About National Geographic

On January 27, 1888, 33 explorers and scientists organized a society "for the increase and diffusion of geographical knowledge". The world may have changed dramatically during the last century, but The National Geographic Society has remained a prestigious constant in a world hungry for knowledge. From cartography to photography, National Geographic has no equal in bringing the fruits of its explorations into the palms of our hands… through its esteemed magazine, award-winning television programming, and interactive maps and CD's that allow you plan your vacations and trail adventures using elaborate topographic maps that profile elevation and distance.