EastWest Mapping

Recreational and Tourism Mapping are our business

EastWest Mapping has been involved in recreational mapping for the past twenty years with two strands to our business. We publish & sell detailed mapping for recreational activities in the Leinster region. We also provide a nationwide survey and cartographic service for the tourism, local authority and publishing sectors.

The hallmark of EastWest Mapping publications are careful survey work and attention to detail. We like to ensure that the detail on our maps and in our guidebooks matches what the walker or cyclist will encounter on the ground.

List of Stockists

A list of shops selling EastWest Mapping publications can be found at the top of our Blog page.

EastWest Mapping, Clonegal, Enniscorthy, Co.Wexford.
Phone/ Fax 00353 (0)53 9377835

Latest News

I'm currently revising our Wicklow Mountains West sheet. This covers the Wicklow hills approximately from Sally Gap to Wicklow Gap and Luggala to Blessington.

If you've used this map and are aware of any errors or omissions on it, I'd appreciate a heads up. Just a rough indication of what & where the problem lies, so that I can check it out on the ground.

thanks Barry D

ViewRanger

ViewRanger is a free app that runs on a variety of smartphones; Apple, Android and various other phones are supported. Check here to see if your phone will work with ViewRanger http://www.viewranger.com/en-gb/features/supported-phones This free app turns your compatible phone with a GPS chip into a functioning GPS unit. You download the app from this page http://www.viewranger.com/en-gb/

Talk on Mount Leinster & Blackstairs region, Thursday 10 October at 7pm in Bunclody Library.

Barry Dalby, surveyor, cartographer and map publisher of East West mapping will give a talk on Mount Leinster and the Blackstairs mountain region - a very interesting mountain region in its own right. Barry will talk about the various aspects of these hills, some of the people that live(d) there, local placenames etc. with a focus on the landscape, geography, wildlife, local interest etc.

Launched just this week, new website and phone app guides for the Barrow river and Barrow Way.

See http://ingeniousireland.ie/podcast-audio-tours/barrowriver/

and http://barrowriver.ie/