Nova Scotia - V2021
GPS Maps

Availability: In stock

Released: 2021

UPC: 6-22098-00227-0

ISBN #: 978-1-897225-97-4

Dimensions: Micro SD card

Maps: 1:10,000 & 1:50,000 scale TOPO Maps

Areas Covered: Province of Nova Scotia




Discover the Jewel of the Maritimes

Known for its rugged Atlantic coastline, a unique mix of Acadian and Celtic culture and a rich fishing heritage, Nova Scotia offers a quintessential Maritime experience for backroads explorers and outdoor adventurers alike. Lighthouses and traditional villages dot the coast, while puffins and whales swim just offshore. To the north, Cape Breton Island offers a vast and pristine wilderness just waiting to be explored, with awe-inspiring views of the Atlantic Ocean that are surprisingly accessible. Scenic roadways crisscross the province, allowing you to take it all in with ease, and there are no shortage of hiking and cycling trails for a slower-paced exploration of this Maritime jewel.


Nova Scotia Backroad GPS at a Glance

  • Designed for industry use and outdoor recreationists, this product combines all of Nova Scotia into one Backroad GPS Map.
  • Close to 100,000 km of our backroads network combined into one map, including almost 50,000 km of routable roads.
  • Nova Scotia Crown land areas for anglers, campers and hikers.
  • Marked Deer Management Zones (DMZs) and Moose Management Zones (MMZs) for hunters.
  • Address Search makes navigating easier than ever.
  • Thousands of kilometres of ATV Trails, snowmobile routes, multi-use hiking, biking and cross-country skiing trails with marked trailheads.
  • Over 600 km of new paddling routes for canoers and kayakers with access points and portages in Version 2019.
  • Thousands of fishing hotspots, parks and conservation areas, campsites, hunting areas, winter recreation areas and more.
  • Over 14,500 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.