Manitoba - V2021
GPS Maps

Availability: In stock

Released: 2021

UPC: 6-22098-00234-8

ISBN #: 978-1-926806-30-3

Dimensions: Micro SD card

Maps: 1:20,000-1:50,000 scale TOPO Maps

Areas Covered: Province of Manitoba




Canada’s Wild Heartland

Located in the Canada’s geographic center, Manitoba boasts a vast and wild landscape that is brimming with outdoor recreation opportunities. Over half of the province’s population lives in the capital city of Winnipeg, leaving the rest of Manitoba wide open for outdoor explorers. From the rolling prairie to the sprawling pine forest, ancient Canadian shield rock and Arctic tundra, there is much to discover here, whether on foot, by car, bicycle, ATV, snowmobile or kayak. And don’t forget the approximately 100,000 lakes that offer anglers some of the most exciting fishing action in the country, nor the abundant hunting ranges for everything from Canada goose to white-tailed deer.


Manitoba Backroad GPS at a Glance:

  • Combining day-to-day navigation with enhanced outdoor recreation information, this product combines all of Manitoba into one Backroad GPS Map.
  • Over 140,000 km of our backroads network combined into one map, including over 92,500 km of routable roads with over 1,000 km of recent improvements to our backroads network in Version 2019
  • 1,200,000+ searchable Manitoba Dominion Land Survey Sections and Quarter Section grid locations. Includes Quarter Section boundaries.
  • 10,000+ Oil and Gas wellsite locations, plus cutlines, pipelines and more.
  • Clearly labelled Crown Land
  • Marked Game Hunting Areas for hunters.
  • Thousands of kilometres of ATV Trails, snowmobile routes, multi-use hiking, biking and cross-country skiing trails and paddling routes, with marked trailheads and access points/portages.
  • Thousands of fishing hotspots, parks and conservation areas, campsites, hunting areas, winter recreation areas and more
  • Over 12,000 land and water geographic features.
  • Enhanced cartography for improved display of parks, conservation areas, Crown land, creeks and activity Points of Interest
  • Improved snowmobile route lines, First Nations reserve coverage and railway corridor mile markers