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Whether travelling on a major highway or a secluded backroad, Ontario’s Cottage Country offers a wide range of roadside attractions to visit while exploring the scenic region. Museums, breweries, caves, canyons and nature reserves are just a few of the destinations in this incredible part of Ontario – check out the blog below to read about our very favourite places to stop.More Info >

From the vibrant forests and lakes of Algonquin Park to the scenic lookouts of Manitou Mountain and the waterfalls of the French River, the hiking trails of Cottage Country lead you through some of Ontario’s most stunning terrain. Check out the blog below for our Top 10 list of places to hike while exploring the region. 

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Join BRMB writer Colin Hughes as he takes a scenic detour to Egan Chutes, an impressive set of falls along Cottage Country’s York River.More Info >
The High Lonesome Nature Reserve is a beautiful property containing forest, beaver ponds, creeks and wetlands - join BRMB writer Colin Hughes as he explores the scenic trails found within the reserve.More Info >
The Scout Valley is a beautiful forested valley near Orillia, Ontario, full of creeks, wetlands, birds and other wildlife. Join BRMB writer Colin Hughes as he enjoys a day of hiking with his daughter through this spectacular natural area.More Info >
With stunning mountain scenery, tons of wildlife, excellent fishing and waterfront camping, the Bowron Lakes Canoe Circuit is a must-paddle trip for any conoeist. Join Russ and Wes Mussio as they lead a paddling trip along this legendary BC circuit.More Info >
Whether you're a beginner hiker looking to build up your strength and stamina, an experienced outdoors-person eager for your next visual thrill, or you're ready to introduce your children to the wonders of the BC natural landscape, there is a British Columbia hiking area to suit your needs.More Info >
BRMB is excited to announce our latest GPS update - the Version 2019 GPS Maps are here! Featuring numerous updates and expansions, from added road and trail coverage to improved trail style and First Nations land coverage, these are the most detailed, comprehensive and current GPS Maps for Canada available on the market. Check out the following blog to learn more.More Info >
BRMB is pleased to introduce Backroad GPS Maps for the brand new Garmin 66i unit. Featuring inReach® satellite communication technology, Garmin’s premium GPS Navigation and BRMB’s industry-leading maps and recreation information, there has never been a better combo for navigating the outdoors.More Info >
From trout fishing in a secluded stream to racing your mountain bike down a winding single track, to snowmobiling in the high alpine or camping under the stars, the East Kootenays are full of incredible adventure opportunities, and the latest edition of our East Kootenay Waterproof Map is your ultimate guide to exploring the area!More Info >
From hot springs to hiking trails, rare birds, whales, ancient villages and hidden beaches, Haida Gwaii is an outdoor explorer’s paradise. We’ve put together a short list of our favourite things to see and do on the islands, but you can find many more on our latest edition Haida Gwaii Waterproof Map.More Info >
Saskatchewan is famous for its epic paddling routes, particularly in the north. However, paddlers all across the province have a variety of exciting waterways to explore. Here are our picks for the top 11 paddling routes to check out across Saskatchewan.More Info >
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