Download Topographic Maps from Google Earth

Download Topographic Maps from Google Earth
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This video shows how to download Topographic Maps from Google Earth.

First, you need to download a free safe Kmz file by searching “US Army maps .kmz” on Google. Or use this direct link to download files : US_Army_maps_v_17.kmz

Then, open this Kmz file in Google Earth : you will get a grid of topographic maps locations.

Finally, search the desired map cell and use the link to download the Topographic map. Enjoy !!!

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  2. Hi there. Really interesting. But I see that Canada maps are not included in the KMZ. Any idea how to get them?

  3. Hi,you can use topographic maps from google earth as a basic maps ,to get first impression about the feature of the surface but we cannot depend upon it’s accuracy,
    Thank you
    Eng. surveyor
    Kadhim Hussain

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  5. Salisu Muhammed Kabara

    Very good

  6. Sir, this is really helpful for us to have the degree sheets. But can you provide any links to download the toposheets (1:50,000 scale). If you will provide the link then that will be really helpful for a geologists like me.
    Thank you.

  7. An interesting information is… how old are these maps, because they seems veeeery old

  8. I really enjoy your blog with its many HowTo videos. However it will be better if you can include some text to accompany the videos. Not all of us have enough bandwidth to look at videos always.

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