Welcome to the Atlantic Canada Backroad Mapbook Bundle!
Canada’s east coast is a fabled destination for backroads explorers. Centuries-old fishing villages dot a rugged, ocean-battered shoreline, endless forests sweep across rolling hills and a vibrant cultural mosaic makes this a destination unlike any other. To help you make the most of your time in Atlantic Canada, we have combined all of our Atlantic Canada Backroad Mapbooks into one convenient discount bundle. This bundle includes our New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland & Labrador Backroad Mapbooks, and also covers Prince Edward Island. Whether you are just taking in the region’s scenic drives or are pushing your limits on a long-distance hiking or paddling route, these Mapbooks are the ultimate resource for exploring Canada’s most eastern reaches.
Atlantic Canada Backroad Mapbook Bundle Features
Your Atlantic Canada Backroad Mapbook Bundle contains three 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 200 maps in total. Covering the entirety of Atlantic Canada, 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 Atlantic Canada Backroad Mapbook Bundle:
From the lighthouses and fishing museums of the Nova Scotia coast to the famous sandy beaches of Prince Edward Island, these Mapbooks show you the best man-made and natural attractions to stop at while travelling Atlantic Canada’s scenic system of highways, rural roads and backroads.
Atlantic Canada has a rich fishing tradition that dates back hundreds of years. Whether you are sampling the world-class Atlantic salmon fishery off the Newfoundland coast or searching for a secluded trout stream in the New Brunswick backcountry, these Mapbooks give you a clear advantage with information on species and stocking, access, regulations, highlights and much more.
Hunters in Atlantic Canada have many options, from the wild caribou of Labrador to the abundant waterfowl of Prince Edward Island. Your Atlantic Canada Backroad Mapbooks Bundle will help you have the most productive season ever with breakdowns of each Wildlife Management Area and Wildlife Management Unit along with descriptions of species, tips on how to find them, regulations and more.
From kayaking among the world’s highest tides in New Brunswick’s Bay of Fundy to exploring Nova Scotia’s remote and rugged coastline, Atlantic Canada offers some of the best ocean paddling in the world, and there are no shortage of lakes or rivers to explore either. In your Atlantic Canada Backroad Mapbooks Bundle you will find hundreds of detailed listings for the best places to canoe and kayak in the region complete with put-in and take-out locations, difficulty, highlights, camping areas and more.
Some of Atlantic Canada’s most breathtaking wilderness areas are protected by a well-developed system of National, Provincial and Regional Parks, including Nova Scotia’s Cape Breton Highlands National Park and Newfoundland’s Gros Morne National Park. In your Atlantic Canada Backroad Mapbook Bundle you will find detailed descriptions for all of the area’s parks complete with information on activities, access, camping, wildlife, highlights and more.
From Prince Edward Island’s Confederation Trail, which runs across the Island from tip to top, to New Brunswick’s Fundy Footpath, which takes you through one of the largest intact coastal wilderness areas in North America, outdoor explorers in Atlantic Canada have a lot of epic trails to experience. Your Atlantic Canada Backroad Mapbook Bundle contains detailed descriptions of hundreds of hiking, biking, cross-country skiing and snowshoe trails, complete with distances, trailheads, elevation gains, highlights and more.
From the thousands of kilometers of designated ATV trails in New Brunswick to the many trails maintained by the ATV Association of Nova Scotia and beyond, we describe the best place to ride in the Maritimes with information on staging areas, trail lengths, local ATV clubs and more.
Whether you are riding along old rail lines on Prince Edward Island or exploring the wide-open wilderness of Labrador, snowmobiling in Atlantic Canada is one of the best ways to spend the winter. Our Atlantic Canada Backroad Mapbook Bundle fills you in on the best places to snowmobile across the area, complete with staging areas, trail lengths, local snowmobile club information and more.
With 311 known seabird breeding colonies found across Newfoundland and Labrador, whales and sea lions swimming off the coast of Nova Scotia and moose cruising through the forests of New Brunswick, there is no shortage of wildlife to see across Atlantic Canada. We provide you with descriptions of the best places to look for the area’s spectacular wildlife, including access, species, tips, seasons and more.
Wintertime in Atlantic Canada opens up a multitude of outdoor adventure opportunities, from cross-country skiing in New Brunswick’s Kouchibougac National Park to snowshoeing through the hills of inland Nova Scotia. Your Atlantic Canada Backroad Mapbook Bundle fills you on the best things to see and do once the snow falls.