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NEW: BC Fishing Highway 24 and The Land of Hidden Waters Recreation Map

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Exploring Haida Gwaii With Backroad Mapbooks

From hot springs to hiking trails, rare birds, whales, ancient villages and hidden beaches, Haida Gwaii is an outdoor explorer’s paradise. We’ve put together a short list of our favourite things to see and do on the islands, but you can find many more on our latest edition Haida Gwaii Waterproof Map.

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EXPLORING THE EAST KOOTENAYS WITH BACKROAD MAPBOOKS

From trout fishing in a secluded stream to racing your mountain bike down a winding single track, to snowmobiling in the high alpine or camping under the stars, the East Kootenays are full of incredible adventure opportunities, and the latest edition of our East Kootenay Waterproof Map is your ultimate guide to exploring the area!

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Get set for Ontario Hunting Season!

The hunting season is upon us, and Backroad Mapbooks offers a wide range of products to make sure you have the most productive hunting season possible. With Backroad GPS Maps, Waterproof Maps and our classic Mapbooks, you won’t find a better hunting buddy than a Backroad Mapbooks product, no matter if you are looking for bear, deer, moose, waterfowl or hare.

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2nd Edition West Kootenay BC Waterproof Map Now Available

Having been founded by Trail, BC natives Russell and Wesley Mussio, Backroad Mapbooks is no stranger to the amazing outdoor recreation opportunities of the West Kootenays, from the hundreds of fishing hotspots found along the region’s lakes and rivers to the snow-covered slopes of the Kootenays’ many ski resorts. That is why we have released the second edition of our …

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