Southern Ontario - Premier Edition
Backroad Mapbooks

Availability: In stock
SKU
978-1-926806-39-6
CA$25.95

Released: 2015

UPC: 6-22098-10038-9

ISBN #: 978-1-926806-39-6

Pages: 192

Dimensions: 21.5cm x 28cm (8.5" x 11")

Map Scale: 64 maps @ 1:150,000

Map Features: Attractions, ATVing, Camping, Fishing, Hiking, Hunting, Paddling, Skiing, Snowmobiling, Hydrology, logging and industry roads

Digital Format Available: Yes, see Description tab for details.

Areas Covered: Bruce Peninsula, Kitchener-Waterloo, Hamilton, London, Niagara Falls, Owen Sound, Toronto, Wasaga Beach, Windsor, & more

Media Type

Print


Comprising Canada’s southernmost limb, the southern reaches of Ontario contain the vibrant, cosmopolitan heart of Canada, boasting the populous city of Toronto, the sights of Niagara Falls, other major cities like London and Hamilton, plus natural attractions like Wasaga Beach, the world’s largest freshwater beach. Our southern Ontario backcountry map book guides your way through the region, including the Greater Toronto Area plus Ontario’s largest established trail network. In addition to urban attractions in Toronto, London, Hamilton and beyond, and the natural wonder that is Niagara Falls, southern Ontario provides a range of outdoor recreation activities.

Backroad Mapbooks’ southern Ontario backcountry map book details sites including hundreds of public parks and conservation areas, lush provincial parks and national parks, the popular Bruce Peninsula, and some of Ontario’s most accessible river paddling routes. In the backcountry outside of city centres like Toronto and London, you will find a surprising number of trails allowing you to absorb the best of Ontario’s wilderness – and all just a stone’s throw from Canada’s most populous region. From Toronto to Windsor to the beauty of Wasaga Beach, there is no shortage of things to do in southern Ontario. Let your southern Ontario backcountry map book show you where to hike, camp, fish, paddle, ski, snowshoe and more, for outdoor adventures that you won’t forget.