Garmin Montana 650 Maps
Do you own a Garmin Montana 650? Are you considering buying one?
Then you need to read on to discover the additional maps you can buy and install to take the Garmin Montana 650 and view your outdoor adventures in a whole new way!
As standard the Montana 650 (depending on the model purchased) is preloaded with Garmin's basemap. The basemap includes major roads, rivers, lakes, etc. This information whilst useful, doesn't match up to the additional mapping that is available to use with the Garmin Montana 650.
The additional maps that are available provide rich specific map data for different purposes e.g. City Navigator NT maps which provides street-level maps, perfect when using the Montana 650 in a car for navigation or for road cycling. In total there are four different types of maps (pictured right) that can be used within the Montana 650. Read on to discover more about them.
All of the maps below come supplied on microSD card within a SD card adaptor, meaning not only will they work with the Montana 650, but also other Garmin compatible devices that take a different size SD card too. So for example you could purchase a City Navigator NT street-level map, use it with your Montana 650 handheld GPS and then use the same map in your Garmin nuvi car sat nav too.
Please note: When using any of the map SD/microSD cards below they needs to remain in your Garmin Montana 650 at all times so the map can be read. The map card cannot be copied to either your Montana 650, PC or external hard drive. However the map SD card can be used in multiple compatible Garmin devices, but only one at a time. For further help with installing and loading Garmin SD/microSD cards click here.
Garmin Montana 650 GB Discoverer Maps
1:25k OS maps
1:25k scale maps cover specific National Parks and National Trails e.g. North Yorkshire Moors, Lake District, Dartmoor and Exmoor, Ben Nevis and Glencoeand Snowdonia. View the full range of 1:25K GB Discoverer maps
1:50k OS maps
1:50k scale maps cover larger areas of the country, for example you can buy a all of Great Britain at 1:50k, it's also possible to purchase 1:50k regional maps, these include; Scotland, Northern England and the Midlands and Southern England and Wales. The OS map data for the regional maps is exactly the same as the all of GB map.
View and buy the available Garmin Montana 650 Discoverer maps.
Garmin Montana 650 TOPO Maps
TOPO maps feature contours and elevation, really useful if you are hiking or walking over unfamiliar land. Heading into Europe on a walking holiday or skiing? Countries available include: France, Belgium and The Netherlands, Germany and Austria. All TOPO maps come supplied on DVD and/or plug-and-play SD/microSD card.
View and buy the available Garmin Montana 650 TOPO maps.
Garmin Montana 650 City Navigator NT Maps
City Navigator NT maps feature street-level detail for a specific country or region e.g. UK and Ireland or North America. These maps are perfect if you intend to use the Garmin Montana 650 cycling or driving on roads.
View and buy the available Garmin Montana 650 City Navigator NT maps.
Garmin Montana 650 BlueChart Maps
Garmin BlueChart g2 marine maps feature crisp labeling and an overall smoother presentation on your Garmin Montana display. In addition to the basic charts, tidal stations, currents, depth contours, IALA symbols and included fishing charts, BlueChart g2 offers improved transitioning between zoom levels and more seamless continuity across chart boundaries.
View and buy the available Garmin Montana 650 BlueChart maps.
Garmin Montana 650 Accessories
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Page last reviewed: 13th February 2017