You can plan your trip better with these maps, and many GPS devices can import Google Earth maps so you can import the maps to your device (if supported).

There is the route itself, the cabins’ location and the height profile for the actual route you can see.


This is how it looks in Google Earth:

Here everything is enabled to appear on the Google Earth program. You can even use the mouse on the route to see the height (red arrow on the map).

Zoomed in for the Kangerlussuaq area:

This shows the scanned and Google Earth images:

The Google Earth file is 130 MB in file size.
Once you have paid and your payment has been approved, you will immediately get a download link to the .zip file with the .kmz file (Google Earth).

You must have the original hiking maps!
You only pay for my service for scanning and repairing the maps.
You can access the download for the scanned and geolocated shortly after payment.

You have 7 days after payment to collect the map. You are responsible for having a copy of it yourself. After 7 days your download link can no longer be used.

Payment is made through PayPal.