Okanagan Valley & Shuswap BC Waterproof Map
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Released: 25-11-2017

UPC: 6-22098-00256-0

ISBN #: 978-1-926806-84-6

Pages: 2

Dimensions: 34" x 46.25"

Map Scale: 2 sides @ 1:150,000

Includes: Adams Lake, Armstrong, Beaverdell, Chase, Cherryville, Christian Valley, Enderby, Falkland, Grand Forks, Greenwood, Kelowna, Keremeos, Lake Country, Naramata, Oliver, Osoyoos, Peachland, Penticton, Revelstoke, Salmon Arm, Seymour Arm, Sicamous, & more

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4th Edition Okanagan Valley & Shuswap Waterproof Map

Located in the heart of BC’s southern interior, the Okanagan Valley is an astoundingly diverse and beautiful area. Home to arid desert plains, crystal-clear mountain streams, shimmering lakes and old-growth forests, and famous for both its sunshine and snow, the Okanagan has captivated outdoor explorers for generations. This map charts this entire recreation-rich region and features significant expansions from our last edition. We have expanded our coverage north to include all of Adams Lake and the upper reaches of the Shuswap Lakes, including Antsey Hunakwa Provincial Park and the Seymour River. To the east, this map now covers the outdoor playground around Revelstoke and most of Revelstoke Lake, along with the pristine wilderness of Monashee Provincial Park and Granby Provincial Park. To the south, we have also included the area around Grand Forks and historic Greenwood. This is not to mention the familiar coverage of such outdoor recreation hotspots as Osoyoos, Kelowna, Vernon and Salmon Arm. Whether you are looking to hike, camp, fish, paddle, swim, ski, snowshoe, hunt or ATV, this map gives you the most comprehensive coverage available anywhere.

To make navigating this outdoor adventure-filled region easier, the Backroad Mapbooks team has worked tirelessly to provide you with the most detailed and easy-to-use Okanagan Valley & Shuswap Map possible. This dual-sided 34” x 56.25” map is printed on durable, waterproof paper to withstand anything mother nature throws at you. With industry-leading cartographic detail, state-of-the-art relief shading, colour-coded Provincial Parks and more, there is no easier-to-read map on the market. This map contains countless points of interest, hiking trails, campsites, beaches, paddling routes and more. Brand new to this edition is the addition of private land to help you avoid potential out-of-bounds areas while hunting or hiking. We also include descriptions of recreation sites and parks with information on camping, fees, activities, access and more. From Enderby to Naramata, Keremeos, Armstrong, Oliver and beyond, this is your ultimate guide to one of Canada’s most sought-after outdoor destinations.

    Okanagan Valley & Shuswap Waterproof Map at a Glance:
  • Printed on durable, waterproof, tear-resistant material
  • Industry leading cartographic detail and state-of-the-art relief shading
  • Numerous updates and expansions from our last edition make this the most up-to-date topographic map available for the Okanagan Valley & Shuswap
  • Large-scale 34” x 65.25” map is easy to read and contains extensive expansions from our last edition
  • Addition of private leased land to keep you in bounds while exploring the wilderness by foot, bicycle, ATV or truck
  • Over 63,000 km of roads including colour-coded highways, city roads, paved rural roads and logging and resource roads
  • Over 4,800 km of multi-use trails for hikers, mountain bikers, cross-country skiers, snowshoers, horseback riders and more
  • Over 4,200 km of motorized trails for ATVs
  • Close to 2,600 km of snowmobile trails
  • Clearly marked fish species for dozens of lakes and rivers
  • Labelled downhill and Nordic ski areas
  • Detailed index for recreation sites, trails and provincial parks
  • And much more!


This tear-resistant, waterproof, large-format map of the Okanagan Valley & Shuswap is easy to use and carry, showing you the best places to indulge in your adventure of choice, from fishing to snowmobiling to wildlife viewing and everything in between. With industry-leading topographic detail, unparalleled road coverage, countless trails, campsites and paddling routes, labelled fish species and stocked fishing lakes and rivers, downhill and Nordic ski areas and much more, there has never been an easier way to pack so much recreation information right in your front pocket.

  • Easy-to-read maps derived from our Backroad Mapbooks at 1:20,000 scale
  • Seamless map coverage requires no page turning
  • Industry-leading cartographic detail and topographic relief shading
  • Addition of private leased land to help you avoid off-limits areas while hunting, hiking, fishing or ATVing
  • The most complete recreation, industry and country road coverage available for the Okanagan Valley
  • Thousands of kilometers of trail systems for ATVing, paddling, snowmobiling, hiking, mountain biking, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing
  • Highlighted Wildlife Management Units (WMUs) for anglers and hunters
  • Labeled fish species and stocking information for fishing lakes and rivers
  • UTM grids with latitude and longitude make navigating the map easy
  • Hundreds of land and water geographic features
  • Includes National, Provincial and Regional Parks and Campsites
  • List of all the best local outdoor retailers and outfitters
  • And much more!


We are always looking for ways to improve our products. Whether it is map updates, new trails, or road closures, we welcome any new information and feedback.

To submit a map update, you will need the following information:

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  • Type of Update (map detail and/or correction to writing)
  • Page Number
  • Map Coordinate (if applicable)
  • Your comments regarding the suggested change

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Product Questions

Does this map include the Okanagan High rim/Highland trail?