A history steeped in the outdoors, and a rich tradition of adventure.

Shop Now  

A Country Within a Country

With so much backcountry to explore, there is really no limit to outdoor adventure in Quebec. The province’s mature forests, rugged Canadian Shield, wetlands and countless lakes and rivers offer tons of opportunities for outdoor recreation, and our Quebec GPS Maps are your ultimate guide to them all.

Hikers and mountain bikers can explore a wealth of trails among Quebec’s beautiful mountain ranges, from the Appalachians to the Laurentians, the Oka Hills and even the Torngat Mountains in the far north. Anglers, canoers and kayakers have an endless amount of freshwater to explore, with over half a million lakes and 4,500 rivers found throughout the province. Hunters can explore the vast northern wilderness in search of game both big and small, while ATVers can cruise old roads and trails that extend deep into the backcountry. In the winter, Quebec experiences an abundant snowfall, and snowmobiling, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing opportunities arise in all parts of the province.

Whether you are mountain biking at Mont Ste. Anne, fishing in Lac des Deux Montagnes or backcountry skiing in the Chic-Chocs, our database of adventure information and industry-leading maps will help you have the most successful adventure possible.






Find More  


Find More  

Wild Turkey Hunting Across Canada

While the Wild Turkey all but disappeared from Southern Ontario in 1909 after being eliminated by unregulated hunting, they were reintroduced to the region in 1984. 30 years after they were reintroduced, the population has grown to an extremely impressive 100,000.

Continue reading  

Canadian Adventures to be Thankful For

Before you dive into that stuffed Thanksgiving turkey, it’s time to have a toast and give thanks to the incredible opportunities we have here in Canada. Not only are we a diverse, welcoming and peaceful country, but we are also home to some of the best adventures in the entire world. With over 9.9 million km2 (3.8 million mi2 ) of breathtaking …

Continue reading  

Backroad Mapbooks – Your Ultimate Trail Guide to Canada

On New Brunswick’s rugged Atlantic Coast, the Fundy Footpath charts a course through some of the last remaining coastal wilderness areas on the east side of the continent. In Nova Scotia’s Cape Breton Highlands National Park, terraced boardwalks lead to viewpoints over the winding coastline, with the Atlantic Ocean disappearing into the horizon beyond. In Ontario, trails lead to the …

Continue reading