GPS units are great for walking, travel, geocaching, hiking,
kayaking, surveying, aviation, paragliding, agriculture, quadding, snowmobiling, on the ATV, and
any outdoor activities. Touchscreens too! See
What are the differences between these handheld GPS products? Check out our Handheld GPS Comparison Chart.
HANDHELD AND OUTDOOR GPS
Garmin outdoor GPS units are handheld units that you can take with you while you’re hiking, biking and exploring. From basic handheld GPS units to full-feature GPS with two-way radio, we have the right GPS to get you outdoors.
Garmin Montana Series
The Garmin Montana Series are popular outdoor handheld GPS units. Store millions of geocache locations and always know where you are with improved positioning and quicker fixes. Multiple mounting, battery and cartography options available. Garmin Montana GPS is a do-it-all GPS and is most popular with hunters, quadders and snowmobilers. Compare Montana GPS Units Here
Garmin Oregon Series
Hike, mountain bike, climb, hunt, geocache, fish and more with the Garmin Oregon Series. These touchscreen outdoor handhelds have a worldwide basemap with shaded relief. All models feature connectivity features Active Weather, Geocaching Live, smart notifications & automatic uploads. Expand your storage and add maps with the built-in microSD card slot. Compare Garmin Oregon GPS Devices Here
Garmin Rino Series
Two-way radio-enabled GPS. Keep your lines of communication open when you’re on your next adventure! Compare Garmin Rino Series Here
Garmin GPSMAP 64, 65 & 66 Series
Garmin GPSMAP 64 series has built-in TOPOActive maps (routable roads and trails) for Canada and U.S. Newer models offer multi-GNSS support (GPS, GLONASS and Galileo) which can improve the ability to acquire and maintain a GPS signal.
Garmin GPSMAp 65 series has multi-band technology and expanded GNSS support (GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, QZSS and IRNSS) and are compatible with the Garmin Explore App to plan, review and sync waypoints, routes and tracks.
Garmin GPSMAP 66 series has quite a few improvements over the GPSMAP 64 series including: Multi-GNSS support, pre-loaded Canada & Topo US Maps, Active Weather and Geocaching Live (through expanded wireless connectivity), Compatible with Garmin Explore, LED flashlight and SOS beacon (NOT through satellite, just an SOS beacon through LED lights), built to MIL-STD-810G military standards, and are compatible with night vision goggles. Compare Garmin GPSMAP 64, 65 & 66 Series GPS Units Here
Garmin inReach & Two-Way Satellite Communicators
When you’re off the beaten track you need to be prepared. The Garmin inReach series features 100% global Iridium satellite coverage for 2-way text messaging from anywhere (subscription required) and the ability to trigger an interactive SOS to the 24/7 search and rescue monitoring centre. Compare ACR, inReach, 66i, SPOT & ZOLEO
Garmin GPSMAP 78 & 86 Series
The Garmin GPSMAP 78 & 86 series GPS devices are designed to be handheld marine GPS navigation fisherman, canoeists, kayakers, big sail and power boaters. The GPSMAP 78 series is a handheld, waterproof GPS that floats. The GPSMAP 86 series can function as a remote control for Garmin autopilots in addition to streaming boat data from compatible chartplotters and marine instruments. Compare Garmin GPSMAP 78 & 86 Series GPS Units Here
Garmin eTrex Series
Adventure made easy. Garmin eTrex units are small and simple, great for hiking, climbing, biking and geocaching. The eTrex series come with a bike mount. Compare eTrex GPS Units Here
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