Northeastern BC - BC Waterproof Recreation Map
Adventure Maps

Availability: In stock

Released: 2015

UPC: 6-22098-00251-5

ISBN #: 978-1-926806-73-0

Pages: 2

Paper: Waterproof Option Available.

Dimensions: 86 x 117 cm (34 x 46.25 inches)

Maps: 2 sides @ 1 : 340,000

Digital Format Available: Yes, see the Digital tab for details

Map Features: Highways, Logging Roads, Land & Water Features, Parks, Adventure Points of Interest, Campgrounds, Hiking Trails, Motorized Trails, Paddling Routes, Hunting & Fishing Areas, Winter Recreation and More.

Areas Covered: Chetwynd, Dawson Creek, Fort Nelson, Fort St. John, Hudson Hope, Laird River, Hot Springs, Muncho Lake, Steamboat, Pink Mountain, Pouce Coupé, Taylor, Toad River, Tumbler Ridge and more

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Northeastern BC is a vast and wild land of unlimited adventure opportunity and wildlife viewing. From the rushing, majestic rapids of the Liard River to the sky-scraping peaks of Northern Rocky Mountains Provincial Park, this is an area dominated by nature. For an authentic escape into the undeveloped wilderness, Northeastern BC should be at the top of the list for any adventure seeker. Whether you like to kick up some mud behind the handlebars of an ATV or keep things quiet on a backpacking journey, Northeastern BC has something special to offer to everyone. Covering the area around Fort Nelson, Fort Saint John, Tumbler Ridge and beyond, the latest edition of our Northeastern BC Waterproof Map provides unparalleled cartographic detail, comprehensive road coverage, and meticulously researched Points of Interest.

Print Features:

  • Printed on durable waterproof and tear-resistant material
  • Includes industry leading cartographic detail and state-of-the-art relief shading
  • Countless points of interest, hiking trails, campsites, airports, paddling routes and more!
  • Numerous updates and expansions from our last edition
  • Easy to read, large-scale 86 x 117 cm (34 x 46.25”) map derived from our Backroad Mapbooks
  • Detailed index for recreation sites, trails, and provincial parks
  • Seamless map coverage requires no page turning