Northern B.CBook - 2006
This backroad mapbook is a complete road and recreation atlas for the northern half of British Columbia, from Prince George to the Northwest Territories and the Yukon borders, an area of the province with extensive wilderness for outdoor recreation. It includes 69-colour recreational GPS-compatible topographical relief maps and detailed maps of the Queen Charlotte Islands, Prince George, Smithers, Fort St. John, and Dawson Creek. The topographical relief maps include backroads, logging roads, highways, ferry routes, trails, parks, campsites, picnic sites, and the locations of outdoor recreational opportunities. The mapbook also includes information on hot springs, trails (hiking, biking, horseback riding, ATVing, and more), freshwater fishing (lakes, rivers, and streams), saltwater fishing, paddling routes (ocean, lake, and river paddling), provincial parks and recreation areas, campsites, wildlife viewing (moose, elk, cariboo, deer, birds, mountain goats, and grizzly and black bear), skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobling. Names in the area covered by this mapbook that resonate deeply in the hearts and minds of outdoor adventurers include Spatsizi, Edziza, and Chilkoot.
Publisher: Burnaby, BC : Mussio Ventures : 2006
Branch Call Number: 917.118 T723b
Characteristics: 152p illus