Gem Trek Maps Recommended by Lonely Planet

Gem Trek maps are recommended by all major guidebook publishers that cover the Canadian Rockies including Lonely Planet, Frommers, Moon, and Dorling Kindersley. Here’s what Lonely Planet has to say about our maps: For the Canadian parks, the best topographical...

2017: New Editions of Gem Trek Maps

Announcing the release of five new editions of Gem Trek maps: Banff & Mount Assiniboine (8th edition), Lake Louise & Yoho (10th edition), Jasper & Maligne Lake (8th edition), Best of Jasper (5th edition), and Waterton Lakes National Park (4th edition)....

Gem Trek in Explore Magazine

Thanks for Explore Magazine for giving Gem Trek a plug in their article How to navigate today’s topographic maps. The article discusses changes to the mapping industry here in Canada, and the bright future companies like Map Town see for paper maps in the...

2016 New Editions Review

Thanks to Brian Patton, co-author of the Canadian Rockies Trail Guide for reviewing the new editions of our Kootenay National Park and Bow Lake and Saskatchewan Crossing maps. Brian, who has been contributing to our maps with updates for many years, writes “A...

Bragg Creek Map review

Thanks to Peter Glenn of the Calgary Herald for reviewing the new edition of our Bragg Creek & Sheep Valley map. In addition to an interview with Gem Trek founders Donna and Roger Nelson, Glenn writes: “You see the yellow map covers poking out of backpacks...