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Let us guide you along Canada’s best recreational trails for hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, backpacking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and more!

Discover Canada’s Best Recreational Trails

When it comes to trail exploring, Canada is full of amazing opportunities from coast to coast. In New Brunswick, the Fundy Footpath charts a course through the some of the last intact wilderness on the Atlantic. In Nova Scotia, the terraced boardwalks of Cape Breton Highlands National Park lead you to breathtaking viewpoints over a winding coastline. In Ontario, you can hike to the top of the Sleeping Giant and enjoy sweeping views of Lake Superior. In Saskatchewan, trails lead you through the rolling grasslands of Cypress Hills Provincial Park, while to the west, the Rocky Mountains lure mountaineers and hikers from across the world to their ancient glaciers and imposing peaks. And on BC’s Vancouver Island, the West Coast Trail stretches along sandy beaches and through old-growth rainforests. Adding to these more famous options, BRMB also packs in the lesser known trails to provide as much trail information as possible into our maps.

 

 

 

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BRMBMaps: Adding Photos and Reviews

As you plan an adventure, it’s always great if you can view photos of the actual location and read any reviews, positive or negative, as an aid in helping you make the most of your trip. Because Canada is so large and there are so many possible outdoor activities, BRMBMaps has an option for users to not only upload photos …

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Top 10 Day Hikes Near Metro Seattle

Residents of the Seattle area are lucky to have access to some of Washington State’s most scenic hikes just a short drive from home! From mountain peaks to hidden lakes and towering cliffs, check out these top picks for easy-access day-hikes in the Seattle area.

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6 Of The Best Hiking Areas In BC

When it comes to hiking areas, residents of and visitors to British Columbia are spoiled for choice.  Strewn with picturesque mountain ranges, undisturbed waterways like rivers and lakes, and beautifully surrounded by the Pacific Ocean, it’s not surprising that people in British Columbia tend to list hiking and camping as two of their favourite pastimes. (You can find all kinds …

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