Canada's industry-leading Northeastern Ontario backcountry maps
The Northeastern Ontario backcountry map book details one of Canada’s most lush regions. Best known for city centres like Sudbury, Sault Ste Marie, North Bay and the tourist hot spot that is Manitoulin Island, the northeastern region of Ontario also encompasses the Canadian Shield, boasting gorgeous vistas of granite rock, boreal forest and thousands of lakes.
Near Lake Temiskaming, the rocky landscape tumbles into the flatter clay belt lands characteristic of the Tri City area. Heading northwest, the rolling region of Lake Superior boasts some of the most scenic terrain in all the province. And far north, you will cross the James Bay lowlands before landing upon iconic Hudson Bay.
The areas beyond Manitoulin Island, Sault Ste Marie and Sudbury sprawl with outdoor recreation opportunities. We’ve packed our northeastern Ontario backcountry map book full with the best trails, campsites, fishing lakes, ATV routes, and more to help you explore the beautiful wilderness of northeastern Ontario.
Our maps show you everything from where to explore Lake Nipissing along the shores of North Bay, to the sights of Manitoulin Island – the world’s largest freshwater island – to the wild and remote north accessible only by Ontario’s Polar Bear Express. With so many things to do and see in Sudbury, Manitoulin Island, Sault Ste Marie and the far north, northeastern Ontario is a Canadian adventurer’s dream – and Backroad Mapbooks puts it all on the map.
NORTHEASTERN ONTARIO MAP BOOK FEATURES:
In your durable, heavy-duty, spiral-bound 21.5 cm x 28 cm (8.5" x 11") northeastern Ontario map book you will find 81 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 our maps, we list northeastern Ontario accommodations, services, tours, and amenities, including information on the top outfitters in Sudbury, Sault Ste Marie, Manitoulin Island, and surrounding regions; where to find hunting guns for sale; and the best places to buy equipment for sportfishing in Ontario.
Our detailed adventure section is one of the features that makes your Backroad Mapbook so much more than a map of northeastern 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 Northeastern 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.
Northeastern Ontario is a land of rugged landscape lined with rivers, lakes and creeks. Other than the Trans-Canada Highway which runs through the city centres of Sudbury and Sault Ste Marie, northeastern Ontario sees few roads, including backroads. Our maps and listings detail the backcountry adventures you can find, plus man-made attractions like the home of Winnie the Pooh and the Tim Horton Museum.
Fishing AdventuresWith such geographic variety, the northeastern region of Ontario boasts a range of water bodies suitable for exciting fishing adventures, and we map it all out for you. The fishing section of your northeastern Ontario backcountry map book contains a massive number of listings with all the fishing lakes, streams and rivers in the lands around and beyond Sudbury, Sault Ste Marie and North Bay. Our maps show you were to go for trout, bass, walleye and more!
No other Ontario backcountry maps get hunters informed and out there like these maps. Spanning the wilderness in the untapped spaces beyond Sudbury, Sault Ste Marie and North Bay, our maps detail northeastern Ontario’s Wildlife Management Units (WMUs), showing hunters where to go for deer, moose, bear, ducks, wild turkey, geese and more! Throughout northeastern Ontario, both trophy and sustenance hunters will find a host of prime hunting opportunities.
Northeastern Ontario boasts some of the best paddling in Ontario, and our northeastern Ontario backcountry map book shows you all the lake and river hot spots to canoe, kayak and raft. Check out the scenic lake circuits of Killarney Provincial Park, the rugged Temagami region, the remote rivers that drain into Hudson Bay, and the rivers winding north of Cochrane through some of Ontario’s remotest areas.
Northeastern Ontario contains a diverse public park system, from provincial parks, to nature reserves to conservation areas. Our maps list the abundance of impressive park destinations, including highlights like Killarney Provincial Park, Pukaskwa Provincial Park and Polar Bear Provincial Park. Visitors to northeastern Ontario will travel for days just to visit these sites, and these maps show you how to get there!
Northeastern Ontario is Canada-renowned for its fantastic trail systems, from local systems within Sudbury, Sault Ste Marie, and smaller towns, to the well-established trail systems found in most provincial parks. These maps list it all, plus the informal old and new logging roads that make for great biking and ATV riding. Check out the formalized ATV trail systems east of North Bay, north of Timmins toward Cochrane, and near Elliot Lake and Parry Sound.
Northeastern Ontario sprawls with wild landscapes left in their untouched state. Our northeastern Ontario backcountry map book is your perfect adventure companion. The maps and listings show you where to spot moose, white-tailed deer, wolves, black bear and smaller mammals and birds throughout the wilderness beyond Sudbury and Sault Ste Marie, across northeastern Ontario and all the way to the Canadian Shield.
A truly Canadian winter playground, the snowy landscapes of northeastern Ontario during winter months create a host of outdoor recreation opportunities. The northeastern Ontario backcountry map book breaks it all down for you, from downhill skiing and cross-country skiing spots, to winter camp sites and a plethora of snowmobiling trails for which Ontario is renowned. These maps have it all!
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If I buy the print edition, can I get a copy of the PDF included? The print makes sense for planning while the PDF would be useful on the road.