MBMB80 TOPO - South Indian Lake

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$14.95

Released: 2018

Paper: Waterproof Option Available.

Dimensions: 60 x 80 cm/24 x 37 inches

Map Scale: 1:165,000

Map Features: Attractions, ATVing, Camping, Fishing, Hiking, Hunting, Paddling, Skiing, Snowmobiling, Hydrology, logging and industry roads

Digital Format Available: Yes, see Description tab for details.

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This recreation topographic map for South Indian Lake highlights all the logging/resource roads, hunting areas, fishing lakes & streams, campsites, paddling routes for canoeing and kayaking, wildlife viewing areas, multi-use trails for hiking, biking, horseback riding, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, motorized trails for ATVing and snowmobiling & more. Covering 12,370 km2 (4,775 mi2), this 1:165,000 scale map measures 96.5 x 128 km (60 x 79.5 mi), providing you with more topographic and recreational detail for the Birch River area than any other map on the market. New features include Crown land areas and labeled fish species, plus countless new trails, roads and recreational Points of Interest. Included on this map are Southern Indian Lake, Gauer Lake, Sand Lakes Prov Park, Missinipi Lake, Thorsteinson Lake, Amisk Park Reserve, Torrance Lake, Churchill River, Little Sand River, Moss Lake and more!

This map also covers the following Wildlife Management Units: GHA 1, GHA 9.

South Indian Lake - Manitoba comes in both Print and Digital Versions.

There are two options for the Digital TOPO:

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Get the individual TOPO PDF Maps from here: INDIVIDUAL PDF MAPS



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