While the Wild Turkey all but disappeared from Southern Ontario in 1909 after being eliminated by unregulated hunting, they were reintroduced to the region in 1984. 30 years after they were reintroduced, the population has grown to an extremely impressive 100,000.
Gaia GPS is one of the word’s leading outdoor navigation apps, and BRMB is proud to offer our Canada-wide maps to Gaia users. Check out the following blog for info on all the new features BRMB users will find on Gaia in 2020!
With 29 Wildlife Management Units, 13 wildlife reserves and over 40 ZECs, there are a lot of hunting opportunities in Quebec. To give you an idea of where to get started, here are our Top 12 places to hunt for moose, deer, bear, small game, waterfowl and more!
Home to more than just prairies and farmer’s fields, Saskatchewan offers a wide range of hunting terrain and species that make it one of the best hunting destinations in Canada. From white-tailed deer, moose and bear to waterfowl and upland birds, here is a breakdown of what you can expect on your next Saskatchewan hunting adventure.
BRMB is proud to offer a number of new features and titles for our line of mobile maps. Whether you are using Avenza Maps, Gaia GPS, Locus Map, TopoMaps+ or ViewRanger, we have something new and exciting just for you!
Fall hunting season can’t come soon enough, and our custom TOPO maps are the perfect addition to your hunting kit. Here are a few reasons why you should pack one with you on your next hunting adventure.
Did you know that you can access most of our Backroad Mapbooks maps through the Avenza Map Store? This easy-to-use app is the next big thing in outdoor navigation technology – here are a few reasons to give this free app a try.
Updated and expanded, the latest edition of our Kootenay Rockies Backroad Mapbook is your ultimate guide to this outdoor adventure mecca. Discover the best places to hike, bike, camp, ATV, fish, paddle, ski and more!
We can all do our part in slowing the spread of coronavirus. Luckily for BRMB users, our favourite activities are already in compliance with health regulations – there is no better place for social distancing than in the backcountry. Here are a few pointers for enjoying the outdoors amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ontario and Manitoba are home to an abundance of provincial parks that offer some of the region’s best outdoor adventure opportunities. From birding and wildlife viewing to fishing, hiking and canoe tripping and much more, there is an unforgettable park experience waiting for you. Take a look at the list below for a few suggestions of the best parks to …
The provinces of Ontario and Manitoba are well-known for their fishing. In the north, remote fly-in lakes hold monster fish that rarely see a lure. Big rivers cut across both provinces, offering amazing angling both in their main stems and in countless tributaries. There are hundreds of easy-access lakes in the south that will impress any angler, and the massive …
Residents of the Seattle area are lucky to have access to some of Washington State’s most scenic hikes just a short drive from home! From mountain peaks to hidden lakes and towering cliffs, check out these top picks for easy-access day-hikes in the Seattle area.
From easy interpretive trails through the rainforest to multi-day treks along the secluded coast and high elevation hikes to glacier-capped mountains, the Olympic Peninsula offers some of the best hiking trails in the Pacific Northwest. Check out the list of Top 10 hikes in this spectacular part of Washington.
Backroad Mapbooks’ Garmin-licensed GPS Maps are more than just a set of maps – they are your all-in-one outdoor recreation guide for the entire state of Washington. Jam-packed with outdoor adventure information, industry-leading cartographic detail and tons of cool features, there is no limit to where these maps can take you. To help you have the most exciting adventure possible
Within a short drive from Seattle, wildlife viewers can lay their eyes on species ranging from red fox and weasel to grizzly bears, whales and hundreds of rare birds. Here is a list of 12 wildlife viewing hot spots you can easily access from Washington’s biggest city.