ATV [OHV] Adventures

While looking at our maps you will find unparalleled ATV/OHV (Off-Highway Vehicle) and off-roading information. This includes clearly defined motorized trails, trailheads and staging areas, plus countless logging and mining roads, deactivated roads and unclassified roads that can be ridden on an ATV, dirt bike, OHV or four-wheel drive. Mapbooks, GPS Maps, the Backroad Navigator app and our BRMB Canada Web Map include written descriptions of ATV riding areas with trail distances, elevation gain, difficulty, highlights, staging and camping areas, directions, regulations and restrictions and information on local clubs. For digital products, these riding areas are georeferenced and searchable, while our Mapbooks contain an easy-to-use Adventure index to help you find the exact trail or riding area you are looking for.

  • 115,000+ kilometres of ATV (OHV) Trails across Canada
  • 1,500+ ATV (OHV) trails & staging areas
  • Clearly defined motorized line styles
  • Trail names with activity symbol
  • Boundaries identifying parks & nature areas, motorized closures, First Nations reserves, private areas and more
  • Campgrounds, shelters & huts
  • Man-made features including ghost towns, mine sites, gates and more
  • Natural features such as viewpoints & waterfalls as well as wetlands & swamps
  • Topographic contours and relief shading to help identify changes in elevation
  • Description with access & highlights
  • Trail length, difficulty level, elevation gain where available
  • Local club information
  • Restrictions and other important details


Club Trails
Duo Sport Routes
Logging Roads
Single-Track Trails
Unmaintained & Bush Roads
User-Submitted Routes