Gatineau Park
Wall Map

Natural Textures
Large Format

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Gatineau Park Wall Map Natural Textures

This unique wall map depicts a uniform portrait of Gatineau Park’s 361 square kilometres in its regional context. The entire official trail network along with the points of interest are represented.

From a design perspective, earth tone colours and textures are used to “paint” a “natural” representation of the Park. To complete this design, shading effects are added to visualize variations in terrain elevation.

Explore and discover.

  • 4th edition, Revision 2020.
  • Scale: 1 : 35 000 (1 cm = 350 meters)
  • Cartographic labels are in French.
  • Reference grid: 2 km x 2 km
  • Rotation from North: 22 degrees West.
  • Dimensions: 24″x 60″ ( 61 cm X 152 cm )
  • Cartographer: Jacques Gélinas
  • Printed on Epson photographic poster paper.
  • Resin-coated satin surface finish. Low glare characteristics.
  • Water resistant.
  • Soft, easy to handle, rolls out easily.
  • Basis Weight: 210 gsm (grams per square meter)
  • Thickness: 9 mil / 0.23 mm
  • Brightness: 140%
  • Whiteness: 90%

  • Printed in Québec by cartoNuance.
  • Printing system: Epson Sure Color.
  • High resolution print: 1440 x 2880 ppi (points per inch)
  • Printing with Epson UltraChrome XD durable bright colour pigment inks.

cartoNuance does not offer mounting and framing services.

However, this print is suitable for lamination, mounting on a substrate and framing. Professionals specialized in these fields will be able to advise you according to your decoration needs.

TIP:

If you are looking for a simple and inexpesive way to hang this wall map yourself, we recommend that you take a look at Poster Hanging Strips by 3M .

Questions? Do not hesitate to contact us.

Gatineau Park. Wall Map. Natural Textures. Large Format 24" x 60". Dimension Graphic. cartoNuance.

Item: CM-PG-TN-2460



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