Our Most Recent Map Releases
New edition Banff & Mt. Assiniboine - Trail Map and Guide 1:100 000 scale
New edition Best of Jasper - Trail Map and Visitor's Guide 1:35 000 scale
New edition Bow Lake & Saskatchewan Crossing - Trail Map and Guide 1:70 000 scale
New edition Kootenay National Park - Trail Map and Guide 1:100 000 scale
New edition Southwest Alberta & Southeast B.C. - detailed road map of this area 1:500 000 scale
New edition Canadian Rockies - Touring Map and Guide 1:400 000 scale
New edition Best of Lake Louise - Trail Map and Guide 1:35 000 scale
New edition Columbia Icefield - Trail Map and Visitor's Guide 1:75 000 scale
New edition Banff Up-Close - Trail Map and Visitor's Guide 1:35 000 scale
New edition Best of the Icefields Parkway - Touring Map and Guide 1:400 000 scale
New edition Bragg Creek and Sheep Valley - Trail Map and Guide 1:50 000 scale
GPS Trail Data Acquisition
Many of the trails on our maps have been up-dated using GPS data acquisition. We do this with a survey-quality GPS (Global Positioning System) which takes an electronic breadcrumb trail as we hike or bike the trails (our favorite part of map making!).
Once we're back in the office, we upload the file into our computer.
To date, of the more than four thousand kilometres of trails shown on our maps, we've collected GPS data on approximately three-quarters of them.
If you have any comments or suggestions, or have a good-quality GPS and would like to help us with GPSing the trails (mainly, it's the longer, more remote trails that still need GPSing), please e-mail us at email@example.com
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