The outdoor map Pallas Hetta Olos 1:50 000 is printed on new synthetic material. The new durable domestic outdoor maps can be identified by the yellow marking on the cover.
The double-sided map covers the northern part of the Pallas-Yllästunturi national park and its surroundings. Lappish hiking as it is known today can be considered to have started in Pallastunturi in the 1930s, and Finland's oldest and most popular fell route Hetta-Pallas is fully visible on the map. In addition, there are many other hiking routes in the region, as well as extensive ski track networks in the Muonio-Olos-Pallas area and Hetta. These can all be found on the map. During the winter, you can also go snowmobiling along the snowmobile tracks marked on the map, and during the open water season you can travel along Acerb’s artificial kayaking route.
The material of the map is fully waterproof and can withstand almost limitless folding, and it will not rip in normal map use. The features are also retained during frost and heat. The print is crisp and the colours are bright. The map has a pleasant feel and is lighter than if printed on paper.
In addition to terrain details, e.g. huts, routes and other hiking services, as well as dining and accommodation services, have been marked on the map. The map includes ten attractions or experiences in the area, which have been described in a few sentences at the edge of the map in Finnish and English. At the edge of the map, you can also find all the hut coordinates in the area as well as information about the declinations. The scale of the map is best suited for Finnish fell terrain 1:50 000 (1cm on the map = 500m of terrain).
The Pallas Hetta Olos map replaces the northern part of the previous Pallas–Yllästunturi 1:50 000 outdoor map and the southern part of the Ylläs Levi Aakenus map.