Welcome to the Canadian Prairies Backroad Mapbook Bundle!
Making up the heart of the country, the Canadian prairies are a wide-open outdoor adventure playground where lazy rivers meander through lush grasslands, deer and antelope graze among rolling hills and secluded country backroads stretch far beyond the horizon. To help you navigate this enchanting landscape we have combined all of our Canadian Prairie Backroad Mapbooks into one convenient discount bundle. This bundle contains our Northern Alberta, Central Alberta, Southern Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba titles, offering comprehensive coverage from the foothills of the Rocky Mountains to the boreal forest of Ontario. There is no better resource for exploring the Canadian Prairies than this Backroad Mapbook bundle.
Canadian Prairie Backroad Mapbook Bundle Features
You Canadian Prairie Backroad Mapbook Bundle contains five heavy-duty, spiral bound 21.5 cm x 28 cm (8.5” x 11”) Mapbooks full of our industry leading topographic maps, adding up to over 430 maps in total. Covering the entire prairie region, these maps feature labelled recreation sites, amenities, highways, backcountry roads, trails and other points-of-interest. These user-friendly maps feature a level of cartographic sophistication unparalleled even by government resources, making them the maps of choice for search-and-rescue.
In addition to our maps, we list contact information for accommodations, services, tours, supplies and amenities.
These Mapbooks feature newly organized and easy-to-use indexes divided into Map and Adventure sections. Here you will find page numbers and map coordinates for each activity and location, plus important numbers, distance charts and advertiser lists for easy referencing.
Our detailed adventure listings are one of the features that make your Backroad Mapbook not just a map, but your number one resource for unforgettable outdoor experiences. Here is a breakdown of what you will find in your Canadian Prairie Backroad Mapbook Bundle:
From charming small-town museums in Central Alberta to epic lookouts and unique geological formations in Saskatchewan, we fill you in on the best places to stop while travelling the prairies’ expansive system of highways, rural roads and backroads.
From the remote fly-in lakes of northern Manitoba to the freshwater streams that drain from the Rockies into Southern Alberta, the prairies have no shortage of fishing options. In your Canadian Prairies Backroad Mapbook Bundle you will find many hundreds of listings for the best fishing hotspots across the region complete with information on species and stocking, access, regulations, amenities and much more.
Whether you are tracking pronghorn antelope across the grasslands of Saskatchewan or searching for bear and moose in the wild backcountry of Manitoba, the prairies are a bountiful hunting area. In your Canadian Prairies Backroad Mapbook Bundle you will find a breakdown of each of the region’s Wildlife Management Units and Wildlife Management Zones plus descriptions of game species, tips on how to find them, regulations and more.
From world-class long-distance paddles along the rivers of Northern Saskatchewan to lazy lake paddles in Central Alberta, we fill you in on the best places to canoe and kayak in the prairies. Your Canadian Prairies Backroad Mapbook Bundle contains hundreds of paddling listings complete with put-in and take-out locations, difficulty, river features and much more.
Many of the prairies’ most spectacular wilderness areas are protected by a system of National, Provincial and Regional Parks. From Wood-Buffalo National Park in Northern Alberta to Whiteshell Provincial Park in Manitoba, we provide you with hundreds of listings for the prairies’ parks complete with information on access, activities, camping, wildlife and more.
Whether you are hiking or biking through Southern Alberta and Saskatchewan’s Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park or exploring the expansive Manitoba wilderness, there is a trail for every type of explorer in the Canadian Prairies. Your Backroad Mapbook Bundle provides hundreds of detailed listings for hiking, biking, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing trails across the region complete with distances, trailheads, elevation gains, highlights and more.
From abandoned resource roads in Manitoba to the trail systems of the Rocky Mountain foothills in Central Alberta, the prairies have an abundance of amazing ATV areas. Your Canadian Prairies Backroad Mapbook Bundle fills you in on the best places to ATV across the region with detailed listings complete with trail distances, staging areas, local ATV club information and more.
From the north of Saskatchewan, where snowmobiling is the primary source of winter transportation in the winter, to the recreational snowmobile hotspots of Northern Alberta and the wide-open winter playgrounds of Manitoba, the prairies are a snowmobiler’s dream. Your Canadian Prairies Backroad Mapbook Bundle lists the best places to snowmobile across the region, complete with trail distances, staging areas, local snowmobile club information and more.
From the lizards of Manitoba’s Spruce Woods Provincial Park to the black bears of Northern Alberta and the thousands of migrating birds that stop along the Saskatchewan’s many lakes, the prairies are home to a diverse and abundant range of wildlife species. Your Canadian Prairie Backroad Mapbook Bundle provides detailed descriptions for the best places to spot wild animals across the region complete with information on species, access, seasons and much more.
Whether you are gliding along one of Saskatchewan’s many cross-country ski trails or snowshoeing through Manitoba’s Riding Mountain National Park, there are plenty of outdoor adventures to be had across the prairies in winter. Your Canadian Prairies Backroad Mapbook Bundle fills you in on the very best places to get outdoors in the winter throughout the region.