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Backroad Mapbooks Topographic Maps are now available to download to your mobile phone with Avenza Mobile Maps App - Learn More about yet another great navigation tool you can fit nicely into your pocket!More Info >

Someone who has never seen or heard about Backroad Mapbooks may assume that they are just like any other map, bound together into a book format. However, those who have seen or used a Backroad Mapbook know that they are much more than that! Featuring industry leading topographic detail and engaging adventure write ups for outdoor recreation of all kinds, Backroad Mapbooks are the ultimate guide for every adventure.

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For the month of July, BRMB is donating $1 from every BC product sold to the Canadian Red Cross British Columbia Fires Appeal because together we can make a difference!More Info >
We are excited to announce the 2nd Edition West Kootenay BC Waterproof Map! With extensive updates and expanded coverage, plus all the detail you have come to expect from a Backroad Mapbooks product, this is your ultimate guide to one of BC’s most beautiful areas.More Info >
The Kootenays are a mecca for the mountain bike scene that has been building up the local trails for years to meet world-class standards. Here are our eight favourite places to ride in the Kootenay Rockies.More Info >
If there’s one thing Canadians love more than Hockey, Kraft Dinner and Toques, it’s celebrating their country on the nation's birthday. Celebrate Canada’s birthday in one of these 150 places, and help ring in its 150th!More Info >
Backroad Mapbooks is excited to announce the release of our first ever Quebec GPS Maps. Jam packed with features and covering the entire province, no other GPS map unlocks the adventure in Quebec like this one.More Info >
As we immerged from the trail into the parking area we caught sight of a deer less than ten feet from our Land Rover. She didn’t seem afraid of us and as we moved closer, we spotted a fawn in the trees near her. They moved slowly through the trees, aware of our presence but not overly concerned. It marked another day of seeing at least one deer in the park.More Info >
Dads are great for two reasons. One: there is no limit to the amount of terrible jokes they can tell, and two: they have a way of raising us to love the backroads. Here are some backcountry dads that we think are truly the best!More Info >
Hut hiking is a unique alternative to backcountry camping, allowing explorers to cozy up in the comfort of a cabin instead of roughing it in a tent. Our latest edition Kootenay Rockies Backroad Mapbook offers a special Backcountry Huts and Cabins adventure index, outlining dozens of exciting places to stay the night.More Info >

On  a recent trip to New Brunswick I had the pleasure of meeting Mike Holland, The Resourceful Redneck who also happens to be a co-founder of The Wild Turkey conservation in Canada and Bass Pro's Pro-Staff speaker at the New Brunswick Sportsmen’s Show.  Mike is a seasoned hunter and has committed his life to both his sport and his love for wildlife conservation, especially when it comes to protecting wild turkey populations in Canada.

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Between its rivers, lakes and expansive ocean coast, New Brunswick offers a ton of amazing angling opportunities. To celebrate the province’s fabulous fisheries, we have put together a short list of our favourite places to drop a line in this maritime marvel.More Info >
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