The coverage of this map is just right for any vacation based in Kaysersberg, however the IGN TOP 25 use of mid green stipple for vineyards, which are extensive in this area, makes reading their topography rather harder than necessary. The paper it is printed on is flimsy. By the end of a week I had rips at many of the folds, so not robust enough. Also it is now quite out of date. Several important sections of path, even GR5, have been re-routed since its printing in 2009.
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The 1:25000 scale is excellent for walking and cycling with routes clearly marked on map and matched "on the ground" with colour coded symbols andGermanic efficiency. It's perhaps not as up-to-date as UK OS Landranger/Explorer and similar maps but then France is a big country! Indispensible and very informative if you are "eco touring" on bike or foot and eschew the GPS ... but the paper used is thin and map has a short life expectancy.