ATV [OHV] Adventures

These durable, spiral bound 21.5 x 28 cm (8.5 x 11 in) Mapbooks show you countless ATV trails, OHV routes, motorized trails, four-wheel drive routes, multi-use trails, logging roads, deactivated roads, pipelines, seismic lines and railways, complete with notable features such as staging areas, campsites, mine sites, microwave towers, viewpoints, gates, backcountry huts and cabins and more.

Industry-leading topographic relief and shading ensures you know exactly what to expect from the terrain along a particular route, with clearly marked changes in elevation and natural features such as wetlands and glaciers. We also show you clearly marked provincial and national park boundaries, plus Crown and private land so you can avoid wandering out of bounds during your ATVing adventure.

Many of the ATV and OHV trails shown on our maps are supplemented with detailed written descriptions compiled by our team of outdoor writers and researchers. These descriptions include information on access and staging areas, trail length, elevation gain, difficulty, highlights and more. We also include tips on how have a safe and successful ATVing adventure.

SAMPLE OF WRITTEN DESCRIPTION:

Bigmouth Creek Trails (Map 45/C4)
The Bigmouth Forest Service Road follows Bigmouth Creek east into the mountains from Highway 23, gaining over 500 m (1,640 ft) of elevation over a one-way distance of 39 km (24 mi). At km 6, it is possible to cross the creek and follow the Louise Lee FSR for 24 km (15 mi), or take a shorter ride along the BMX Road, which runs north for about 12 km (7.5 mi). It is also possible to follow the Chase FSR south for 5.8 km (3.6 mi). Many riders choose to drive to 39 km and use that as a staging area for exploring the alpine. Either way, this is an easy ride into the heart of the Selkirk Mountains.