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Congratulations to Colin Day who successfully answered yesterday's National Map Reading Week Question. The highest point in the UK is Ben Nevis (grid reference NN 166 712).

Today is your LAST CHANCE to win a £10 OutdoorLads voucher. If you think you know today's answer email

(clue: you'll find the event in question at

Only two chances left to enter our National Map Reading Week daily competition. Congratulations to Andrew Stoddart who correctly identified an orange line made up of short dashes to be a permissive footpath (a footpath, typically across private land, whose use is allowed by the landowner).

You're going to have to work a bit harder for today's chance to win a £10 OutdoorLads voucher. If you think you know the answer email

Well done Ian Wallis for correctly deducing how open access land appears on an OS Explorer map!

Only three questions left and they're really getting tough now! If you think you know the answer to today's question email

All this week we're celebrating Ordnance Survey's National Map Reading Week and you can win a £10 OutdoorLads voucher EVERY DAY!

Congratulations to Stephen Clifford who correctly answered yesterday's question - the answer was 4cm on an OS Explorer (1:25 000) map represents 1km.

The question's are getting tougher now but if you needed a little help you'll find all answers to this week's questions in the resources at

If you think you know the answer email

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