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Backroad Mapbooks Cottage Country Ontario - 6th Edition
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Covering the idyllic cottage destinations of the Muskoka and Kawartha areas, the natural splendor of Algonquin Provincial Park, the bustling National Capital Area and all the way up to North Bay on Lake Nipissing in the north, this Mapbook is your ultimate guide to one of the country’s most popular outdoor recreation destinations. Known as the heart of Ontario’s outdoors, Cottage Country is home to thousands of scenic lakes and rivers, vibrant forests and rugged and rocky Canadian Shield. Algonquin Park, in particular, is one of the world’s most popular canoeing destinations, attracting people from far and wide to paddle, camp and fish among its iconic natural beauty.
To help you make the most of your time while exploring Cottage Country, Backroad Mapbooks has spent countless hours updating their maps and written content. Additions include a plethora of motorized and multi-use trails, clearly labelled Crown and private land, labelled fish species on the maps and charts for both fish stocking and long-distance multi-use trails. Of course, you will also find all the classic features that make Backroad Mapbooks so popular among outdoor explorers, including their industry-leading topographic relief and shading, unparalleled road and trail coverage, detailed Adventure listings and much more.
Featuring 106 detailed topographic maps complete with labeled campsites, amenities, highways, backcountry roads, trails and other points-of-interest, this durable, heavy-duty Mapbook represents the leading industry standard for cartographic sophistication, unparalleled even by government sources. Maps are shown at a scale of 1:150,000 and include Crown land as well as the addition of labelled fish species for lakes and rivers.
In addition to the maps, are lists of Cottage Country accommodations, services, tours and amenities, including information on the top outfitters in Cottage Country and Eastern Ontario. Also where to find hunting and sportfishing equipment.
The handy index is divided into Map and Adventure sections to make it even easier to use. You’ll find page numbers and map coordinates to help locate cities and towns, parks, lakes and rivers along with each listed Adventure activity. There is also a section for important numbers and an advertiser list for easy referencing.
- Released: 2019
- Pages: 265
- Dimensions: 21.5cm x 28cm (8.5" x 11")
- Map Scale: 106 maps @ 1:150,000
- Regional Cities/Parks: Bancroft, Barrie, Barry’s Bay, Belleville, Brockville, Cornwall, French River, Haliburton, Huntsville, Kingston, Minden, North Bay, Ottawa, Parry Sound, Pembroke, Peterborough, Perth, Petawawa, Renfrew, Toronto, Trenton, & more
Backroad Mapbooks Killarney Map - Waterproof
Covering Killarney Provincial Park in Northern Ontario, this map features the hiking trails, canoe routes, access points, campsites, lakes and visitor facilities. This Adventure map includes 1:10,000 water and trail data and can be used for hiking, canoeing, camping, exploring, fishing, kayaking, skiing, wildlife viewing and more! Covering 640 sq. km (247 sq. mi), this map includes Killarney Provincial Park, Killarney, Baie Fine, Bell Lake, Crooked Lake, George Lake Campground, Johnnie Lake, Kakakise Lake, La Cloche Mountains, La Cloche-Silhouette Trail, Lake Panache, Nellie Lake, Osa Lake, Threenarrows Lake and more!
Showcasing the best places to take part in your Adventure of choice, the large-format Destination Adventure maps are easy to use and carry. The Adventure maps chart countless places for camping, fishing, hiking, paddling, off-roading, snowmobiling, wildlife viewing, winter recreation and everything in between. These maps have enhanced topographic detail to help provide real world visualization and include more recreational points of interest, roads, trails and paddling routes than any other map on the market.
This version of the map is displayed at 1:75,000 scale on 61 x 94 cm (24 x 37 in) paper.
- Printed on durable waterproof and tear-resistant material
- Includes industry leading cartographic detail and state-of-the-art relief shading
- Countless points of interest, hiking trails, campsites, boat launches, paddling routes and more!
- Easy to read, large-scale 61 x 94 cm (24 x 37 inch) map at 1:75,000 scale
- Seamless map coverage requires no page turning
***PLEASE NOTE: This map is waterproof, although water resistant map is shown in picture.***
- Large-scale printed or digital maps that are easy to read Seamless map coverage that requires no page turning
- Industry-leading cartographic detail and topographic relief shading and contour intervals
- Multi-use trail systems and trailheads for hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing
- Motorized trail systems for ATVing, off-roading and snowmobiling showing trailhead & staging locations
- Paddling routes including portages, campsite locations and number of tent sites
- Includes National, Provincial and Regional Parks including campsites and day-use locations
- Highlighted park boundaries along with Crown & private land areas
- Hundreds of land and water geographic features
- Released: 2020
- Pages: 1
- Paper: Waterproof
- Dimensions: 61 x 94 cm (24 x 37 Inches)
- Map Scale: 1:75,000
- Map Features: Highways, Logging Roads, Land & Water Features, Parks, Adventure Points of Interest, Campgrounds, Hiking Trails, Motorized Trails, Paddling Routes, Hunting & Fishing Areas, Winter Recreation and More.
- Areas Covered: Killarney Provincial Park, Killarney, Baie Fine, Bell Lake, Crooked Lake, George Lake Campground, Johnnie Lake, Kakakise Lake, La Cloche Mountains, La Cloche-Silhouette Trail, Lake Panache, Nellie Lake, Threenarrows Lake, Northern Ontario, Canada
- Released: 2020
Backroad Mapbooks Northeastern Ontario - 5th Edition
Northeastern Ontario is a sprawling region that encompasses much of the Canadian Shield, boasting gorgeous vistas of granite rock, boreal forest and thousands of lakes. Shaped by ancient glacial activity, this wild landscape is full of interconnected streams and rivers, while heading north leads you to the remote and rugged land around Hudson Bay. From the sparkling waters of Georgian Bay to the northern backcountry of Polar Bear Provincial Park, outdoor explorers can enjoy a wealth of opportunity in this sparsely-populated region.
To help you better explore Northeastern Ontario, the Backroad Mapbooks team has created the most comprehensive and detailed recreation Mapbook for the region ever! The 5th Edition Northeastern Ontario Backroad Mapbook contains numerous additions and expansions from the last edition, including labelled fish species and Crown/private land, fish stocking and hiking trail charts, enhanced hiking and multi-use trail routing (including for the Voyageur Trail), countless new recreation Points of Interest and more! Featuring 99 detailed topographic maps, thousands of detailed Adventure write-ups, an easy-to-use index and much more, this is your ultimate guide to exploring Northeastern Ontario!
In your durable, heavy-duty, spiral-bound 21.5 x 28 cm (8.5 x 11 in) Northeastern Ontario Backroad Mapbook you will find 99 detailed topographic maps spanning the region complete with labelled recreation sites, amenities, highways, backcountry roads, trails and other Points of Interest. These user-friendly maps boast a level of cartographic sophistication unparalleled even by government sources, making them the maps of choice for loggers and Search and Rescue teams.
In addition to our maps, Backroad Mapbooks lists Northeastern Ontario’s best accommodations, services, outfitters and amenities, including information on the region’s best outdoor tours and hunting and fishing suppliers.
The detailed adventure section is one of the features that makes your Backroad Mapbook so much more than just a map of Northeastern Ontario. From hiking to hunting, ATVing, paddling, wildlife viewing and beyond, our team of writers and researchers have come up with the most comprehensive adventure information available anywhere for this region.
The easy-to-use index is divided into Map and Adventure sections to make it even simpler to navigate. Here you will find page numbers and map coordinates for each activity and location, plus important numbers, distance charts and an advertiser list for easy referencing.
- Released: 2018
- Pages: 224
- Dimensions: 21.5 cm x 28 cm (8.5" x 11")
- Map Scale: 68 maps @ 1:250,000, 6 maps @ 1:500,000, 7 maps @ 1:1,000,000
- Regional Cities/Parks: Cochrane, Hearst, Manitoulin Island, Moosonee, North Bay, Sault Ste. Marie, Sudbury, Temagami, Timmins, Wawa, & more
Backroad Mapbooks Northwestern Ontario - 5th Edition
Covering a sprawling wilderness landscape of interconnected lakes, rivers, canyons, hills, forests and wetland, Northwestern Ontario is a massive outdoor playground just waiting to be explored. From paddling to hiking, hunting, fishing, snowmobiling, ATVing, cross-country skiing, camping and more, there is no limit to outdoor activity in Northwestern Ontario. Covering the area around Thunder Bay and Atikokan in the south to the remote wilderness of Opasquia Provincial Park further north and all the way up to Hudson’s Bay, there are endless opportunities for adventure covered in this guidebook.
The 5th edition Northwestern Ontario Backroad Mapbook features ten new larger scale maps as well as numerous additions and expansions from the last edition. These include more fish species, enhanced crown and private land coverage, updated logging and resource roads, countless new Adventure recreational Points of Interest, updated trails and extensive snowmobiling and ATVing additions, making this your ultimate guide to exploring Northern Ontario!
The printed version of the mapbook comes in the convenient 21.5 x 28 cm (8.5 x 11 inch) mapbook format with a heavy-duty spiral-bound cover. The 216 page book includes 92 maps starting at 1:250,000 scale, along with 10 Outdoor Adventure sections, a Service Provider Directory, Map and Adventure Index, Trip Planning tools and more. With over 145,000 kilometres of roads to view including the most complete logging and industrial road coverage available, the books are ideal for navigating on road trips and planning from home.
The latest edition of the Northwestern Ontario Backroad Mapbook features 92 detailed topographic maps covering the western part of northern Ontario. These maps contain labelled recreation sites, amenities, highways, backcountry roads, resource roads, trails and other points of interest. Printed on durable paper and protected by a heavy-duty spiral-bound cover, you won't find an easier-to-use or more detailed collection of maps for Northwestern Ontario anywhere!
In addition to the maps, Backroad Mapbooks lists Northwestern Ontario’s best accommodations, services, outfitters and amenities, including information on the region’s best outdoor tours and hunting and fishing suppliers.
The detailed adventure section is one of the features that makes your Backroad Mapbook so much more than just a map of Northwestern Ontario. From hiking to hunting, ATVing, camping, paddling, snowmobiling, wildlife viewing and beyond, their team of writers and researchers have come up with the most comprehensive adventure information available anywhere for this region.
The easy-to-use index is divided into Map and Adventure sections to make it even simpler to navigate. Here you will find page numbers and map coordinates for each activity and location, plus important numbers and websites, and an advertiser list for easy referencing.
Northwestern Ontario is home to endless backroads to explore. Hidden among the many rural and resource roads are man-made and natural attractions, museums, viewpoints, waterfalls, and many other fascinating sites. Whether following a winding backroad or a historic fur trade route, you will find over 40 backroad attractions to stop at in the newest edition of the Northwestern Ontario Backroad Mapbook.
Northwest Ontario is a haven for lake fishing and offers some excellent river fishing as well. Nipigon Lake, Lake Superior and Lake of the Woods house some of Canada’s biggest sportfish. In the latest edition of the Northwestern Ontario Backroad Mapbook you will find over 800, including close to 700 lakes and over 65 rivers and streams, detailed fishing listings for the area, complete with fishing hotspots, fish species, access and stocking information. From stocked trout and splake lakes to walleye, pike and muskie, this book has got you covered.
Northwestern Ontario offers massive expanses of wilderness for hunters to explore. These maps detail Northwestern Ontario’s Wildlife Management Units (WMUs) showing you where to go for deer, moose, bear, rabbit, ducks, geese and more. Highlighting over 30 WMUs and helpful tips on all the main game species, from bear to deer and moose, there is no better hunting buddy than the newest northern Ontario mapbook.
Northern Ontario is one of the best wilderness paddling destinations in the world, with countless interconnected lakes, rivers, portages and historical routes – the options for adventure paddling are boundless. In the latest edition of the Northwestern Ontario Backroad Mapbook you will find over 140 detailed paddling adventures, complete with access, put-ins, take-outs, difficulty, highlights and more. From the Atikokan area to Quetico and Wabakimi Provincial Parks, the breadth of canoe routes in the area is second to none.
Northwestern Ontario’s diverse public park system offers some of the best camping, paddling, hiking, fishing and wildlife viewing you can find anywhere. Many of the parks protect remote, ecologically sensitive areas that make for some absolutely stunning scenery. In the latest edition of our Northwestern Ontario Backroad Mapbook you will find over 130 detailed listings of provincial, national and regional parks as well as conservation areas, including the world renowned Woodland Caribou and Kakabeka Falls Provincial Parks.
From urban walking trails in Thunder Bay to remote wilderness treks around Kenora, there is no shortage of trails to explore in northern Ontario. The Voyageur Trail and the Great/Trans Canada Trail offer some fantastic long distance hiking and biking options. In the latest edition of our Northwestern Ontario Backroad Mapbook you will find over 155 detailed trail descriptions, including access, distance, elevation gain, difficulty, highlights and more. Trail charts offer even more trail alternatives for Sleeping Giant and Quetico Provincial Parks, the Great/Trans Canada Trail and the Thunder Bay area.
ATV (OHV) Adventures
There is a whole world of ATV riding in Northwestern Ontario for you to explore, with the areas around Thunder Bay, Armstrong and Kenora being particularly active. Beyond the 25 featured ATV areas, there are endless amounts of logging and backroads to explore. In the newest edition of the Northwestern Ontario Backroad Mapbook you will find detailed listings for dozens of ATVing areas complete with access, difficulty, highlights and more!
Northwestern Ontario is a premiere snowmobiling destination, encompassing OFSC Snowmobile Districts 15 & 17, to help make up one of the world’s largest interconnected snowmobile trail systems. In the latest edition of the Northwestern Ontario Backroad Mapbook you will find over 40 trails or areas highlighted, including snowmobiling areas around Dryden, Kenora, Fort Frances and beyond.
With such expansive swaths of undeveloped wilderness, Northwestern Ontario is prime wildlife habitat, with moose, deer, wolves, black bear, beaver, otters and more found in abundance. Quetico Provincial Park and Sleeping Giant Park in particular are known for their unique wildlife viewing opportunities. In the newest northern Ontario mapbook you will find almost 45 detailed listings for the best places to view wildlife in the region, complete with tips, specific species to look for and more!
From Ignace to Geraldton to Sioux Narrows and beyond, Northwestern Ontario enjoys long winters and heavy snowfalls that make it a winter recreation playground. From downhill skiing and snowboarding to cross-country skiing, fat biking and snowshoeing, there is no shortage of adventure to be had in the wintertime. In the latest edition of the Northwestern Ontario Backroad Mapbook you will over 40 detailed winter adventure listings allowing you to make the most out of this unique region no matter the season!
Dimensions: 21.5cm x 28cm (8.5" x 11")
Map Scale: 73 maps at 1:250K Scale + 14 maps at 1:500K Scale + 5 maps at 1:1,000,000 Scale
Map Features: Highways, Logging Roads, Land & Water Features, Parks, Adventure Points of Interest, Campgrounds, Hiking Trails, Motorized Trails, Paddling Routes, Hunting & Fishing Areas, Winter Recreation and more
Areas Covered: Armstrong, Atikokan, Dryden, Fort Frances, Geraldton, Nipigon, Ignace, Kenora, Pickle Lake, Port Severn, Quetico Park, Red Lake, Sioux Narrows, Sleeping Giant Park, Thunder Bay, Voyageur Trail, Wabakimi Park, Woodland Caribou Park, & more
- Released: 2021
Backroad Mapbooks Southern Ontario
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Comprising Canada’s southernmost limb, the southern reaches of Ontario contain the vibrant, cosmopolitan heart of Canada, boasting the populous city of Toronto, the sights of Niagara Falls, other major cities like London and Hamilton, plus natural attractions like Wasaga Beach, the world’s largest freshwater beach. This southern Ontario backcountry map book guides your way through the region, including the Greater Toronto Area plus Ontario’s largest established trail network. In addition to urban attractions in Toronto, London, Hamilton and beyond, and the natural wonder that is Niagara Falls, southern Ontario provides a range of outdoor recreation activities.
Backroad Mapbooks’ southern Ontario backcountry map book details sites including hundreds of public parks and conservation areas, lush provincial parks and national parks, the popular Bruce Peninsula, and some of Ontario’s most accessible river paddling routes. In the backcountry outside of city centres like Toronto and London, you will find a surprising number of trails allowing you to absorb the best of Ontario’s wilderness – and all just a stone’s throw from Canada’s most populous region. From Toronto to Windsor to the beauty of Wasaga Beach, there is no shortage of things to do in southern Ontario. Let your southern Ontario backcountry map book show you where to hike, camp, fish, paddle, ski, snowshoe and more, for outdoor adventures that you won’t forget.
In your durable, heavy-duty, spiral-bound 21.5 cm x 28 cm (8.5" x 11") southern Ontario map book you will find 65 detailed topographic maps spanning the region, complete with labeled recreation sites, amenities, highways, backcountry roads, trails and other points-of-interest. Not only are these Ontario maps user-friendly, but they boast a level of cartographic sophistication unparalleled even by government resources – making them the maps of choice for search-and-rescue.
In addition to the maps, Backroad Mapbooks lists southern Ontario accommodations, services, tours, and amenities, including information on the top outfitters in Toronto, London, Hamilton and surrounding regions; where to find hunting guns for sale; and the best places to buy equipment for sportfishing in Ontario.
The detailed adventure section is one of the features that makes your Backroad Mapbook so much more than a map of southern Ontario. In addition to comprehensive listings with map coordinates, you’ll find a trip planning section for making notes on your desired adventures!
A handy index makes the Southern Ontario Backroad Mapbook a leading Ontario map in terms of functionality as well as quality. You’ll find page numbers and map coordinates for each activity and location, plus important numbers, distance charts and an advertiser list for easy referencing.
- Released: 2015
- Pages: 192
- Dimensions: 21.5cm x 28cm (8.5" x 11")
- Map Scale: 64 maps @ 1:150,000
- Regional Cities/Parks: Bruce Peninsula, Kitchener-Waterloo, Hamilton, London, Niagara Falls, Owen Sound, Toronto, Wasaga Beach, Windsor