Pre-Loaded 100K Topo Maps!
Ready to hit the trails right out of the box, the GPSMAP 64st is rugged, waterproof, and preloaded with 100K topo mapping covering the US, including Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico. 8GB of internal memory and an SD card slot, allow for you to download more mapping, or add extra storage space by way of a micro SD card. 16 hours of battery life with two AA batteries lessen the worry of the GPS unit dying before your trip ends.
The ability to store up to 5,000 waypoints and up to 200 routes means your favorite trips old and new can be stored on your GPSMAP 64st. Recall them at a later date to share with other people on your home PC with the Garmin Connect online community to see where you’re adventures have taken you, and you can also view other people’s travels. Use of the unit-to-unit transfer will allow you to share your routes or waypoints wirelessly with similar units like your 64st.
Built in to every GPSMAP 64st is a 3 axis tilted electronic compass which allows you to obtain your heading while standing still and the barometric altimeter can provide you with precise altitude readings so you have the most accurate information right at your fingertips. A quad helix antenna tracks GPS and GLONASS satellites at the same time ensuring that you always lock into your location quickly and accurately whether out in the open, or under heavy tree cover.
Over 250,000 preloaded Geocaches with hints and descriptions will start you down the right path when going on a Cache adventure. You will see information such as difficulty, terrain, and location to help you along the way. Going away for a long period of time can make ones at home a little weary. The live tracking feature built in to every Garmin GPSMAP 64st will allow friends to see where you are in real time. Smart notifications feature will keep you in touch with your day to day socializing by receiving texts, emails, and more directly on the 64st. The Garmin GPSMAP 64st a dependable outdoor companion that allows you to keep in touch with society even when you’re “off the grid”.