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There is a tool where you can export your active dataframe as a garmin custom map. Its a toolbox with a python script that exports what you are seeing on your active data frame to a .kmz that is also readable by your GPS (the garmin webpage tells that your GPS should be able to). The advantage of this toolbox (beside nothing necessary to install, free ...


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Export it as tiff with world file and then use OkMap's MapTiling/Garmin Custom Maps utility to create a tiled kmz for uploading to your GPS. I believe OkMap is free, at least for this functionality, and they do ask for donations if you like it. The utility always asks if you want to overwrite the projection and do so, and then find their version of the ...


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When you make the kmz the image tiles have to be in jpeg format. The easiest way to do it is to put your kmz on an SD card. Make a Garmin/CustomMaps directory and put the kmz in there. I tested this on a kmz I just made and used it on a 64S and it worked fine. Visible in BaseCamps also.


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Yes it is possible to create a custom basemap for a Garmin unit. It isn't straightforward or well documented. It definitely isn't supported by Garmin. There are a few ways of doing it, but the steps I used involve these software: GPSMapEdit - import shapefiles into a Polish Map format file http://geopainting.com/ Cgpsmapper - convert the Polish Map Format ...


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There is a ArcGIS Tool for converting Maps into Garmin Custom Maps: https://bitbucket.org/wankoelias/maptogarmincustommap/src


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There is a ArcGIS Tool for converting Maps into Garmin Custom Maps: https://bitbucket.org/wankoelias/maptogarmincustommap/src



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