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OSI Killarney National ParkI have a 1997 print of the OSI Killarney National Park' 1:25,000 scale map and it's fine - the kilometre grid measures 40mm x 40mm, so check your map before you start getting concerned! In any case, people should be navigating by terrain and contours in conjunction with distance measurements. One shouldn't ideally be in a situation where you relying totally on one form of positioning.