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I've been searching for a map of griffin/boat/zeppelin travel routes for Kalimdor and Eastern Kingdoms that has been updated since Cataclysm, but all I've found using Google are out-of-date maps from years ago. I'm particularly interested in Alliance routes, but a complete map for both factions would be nice too. Can anyone provide a link to one?

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Alliance:

Eastern Kingdom

Kalimdor

Horde:

Eastern Kingdom

Kalimdor

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-1 These maps aren't very good, unlabelled and some of them aren't even connected. –  Resorath Dec 17 '10 at 21:38
    
+1 @mordi2k- You answer 1/3 of the question. The body of the question asked for griffin, boat, and zeppelin. Not just for the griffin as you answered. (+1 @lol and +mordi2k) –  SgtOJ Dec 19 '10 at 11:11
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Wowpedia have an updated travel guide for the new expansion.

Includes some maps - which may be of help

http://www.wowpedia.org/Cataclysm_travel_guide

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Wowhead shows flight paths and travel routes on continent maps.

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These don't show flight paths. –  user3389 Apr 24 '11 at 0:35
    
Hmm, the markdown renderer is mangling the URLs. There are supposed to be colons in there... –  Brant Apr 24 '11 at 0:57
    
Seems like it's a bug in the Markdown renderer. –  Brant Apr 24 '11 at 1:06
    
Actually looks like a bug in Wowhead's code. %3a is the proper encoding of the colon; Wowhead should be urldecoding before interpreting the request. –  user3389 Apr 24 '11 at 1:10
    
Wowhead now deals with the links properly, so I'm accepting this answer. –  Brant May 18 '11 at 4:05
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