Rugged, Worldwide Garmin GPS with a 4" Touch Screen. Hiking, Hunting, on the Water or on the Road. You have the freedom to explore anywhere with Garmin's Montana series of handheld GPS units. This particular unit comes prepared for the water with the Bluechart G2 marine maps installed and includes a marine mounting base with a 12V power/data cable. Garmin has thought of it all with The Montana 600 handheld GPS that is ready for anything, with its Micro SD Card slot, the 600 can be enhanced with detailed Topographic, Street or On the Water maps, plus it supports Birdseye Satellite imagery for satellite images to be downloaded and integrated to your current maps. But it doesn't stop there, the Montana is not only a handheld GPS used for hiking or while out on the trail but is great for use in an ATV, boat or even while driving. The Montana will even provide spoken turn by turn driving directions if you add the optional auto mount along with the City Navigator microSD. With its large 4 Color, sunlight viewable touchscreen dual orientation display, built-in 3 axis electronic compass for your correct heading even while standing still, barometric altimeter for precise altitude, wireless sharing with other compatible Garmin GPS users and a one of a kind dual battery system the 600 is ready for whatever you may throw at it. Durable, Rugged and waterproof you never have to worry when using the Montana 600. Built to withstand the elements there is nothing that the Montana cannot handle. The Montana even supports geocaching GPX files for downloads directly to your unit, no more printing out and manually entering the coordinates. Visit the Garmin Open caching site to download and store key info such as hints, location, terrain and more. Upload the GPX file and start your hunt for the cache.
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