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Open access land is marked on Ordnance Survey maps as a yellow wash, and coastal margin is marked as a magenta wash. If you want to find open access land in a certain area you can search the Natural England map here. Once you are out walking, open access land is often identified with the brown 'access' symbol shown below.What does open access land look like on OS Explorer?
Open access areas have yellow shading with an orangey-brown border. Forestry land that has been dedicated for public access shows as pale green, with the same orangey-brown border. The OS Explorer maps also highlight key information points for CRoW access land.What scale does open access land appear on the map?
Open Access land is marked on the Explorer series (1:25,000 scale) and appears as a yellow shaded area with the tan coloured thicker line showing the boundary. The smaller Landranger series (1:50,000 scale) does not show Open Access land - see the comparison below...How do ordordnance Survey maps show open access?
Ordnance Survey maps show where the areas of Open Access land are in a particular area - although not on every type of map. Open Access land is marked on the Explorer series (1:25,000 scale) and appears as a yellow shaded area with the tan coloured thicker line showing the boundary.