Canoe Routes Planning Map

Temporarily out of print

This is the only map of its kind that depicts all known canoe routes in the Wabakimi Area in a readable scale of 1:210,000. The map is 42.5” tall x 44” wide and covers over 43,000 square kilometres (16,500 square miles or 10,583,040 acres) of pristine wilderness. It is ideal for planning a canoe trip, as a conversation piece to recollect memories of past adventures or as the perfect gift for the consummate wilderness paddler in search of new canoeing opportunities. Produced unfolded, each individual map is rolled, sheathed in 2mm poly and packaged in a 3"-square tube ready for mailing or gift wrapping.

Information about primary and secondary heights of land, lakes and rivers and provincial park and conservation reserve boundaries are drawn from the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources & Forestry (MNRF) data set. The backdrop of the map is a 3-D geotiff image created from the MNRF 20m Digital Elevation Model. Printed in full CYMK colour on 100lb glossy text paper, it provides a striking impression of the area topography.

Grid lines every 30 minutes of longitude and every 15 minutes of latitude define the coverage of the 1:50,000 Provincial Series of topographical maps over the entire extent of the map. Topo map index numbers are provided at the grid intersection points.

Printed annually by subscription to avoid excess overhead and to permit regular updating, the map may be ordered by mail using the printable Retail Mail Order Form.

Phil with planning map
"Uncle" Phil and his Canoe Routes Planning Map at Nova Craft, London, Ontario.

Temporarily out of print




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