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Made to print Canada backroad map books, hiking trail maps and canoe routes from experts including Kevin Callan, Jeff McMurtry, Mors Kochanski, Ray Mears, Les Stroud and more.
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About Canada Map Books

Maps are essential when out on a trip through the Canadian wilderness. While route descriptions and trip planners are useful, it is an actual map that will be referred to when out in the field trying to find that portage or access point, or looking for an alternative route if plans unexpectedly change. We carry maps as part of field guides, or as stand alone, foldable units that can be stowed into packs or map cases. We even carry waterproof maps, to ensure you can read the information you need when you need it most.

Types of Canada Map Books

Kevin Callan Canoe & Camp Guides Kevin Callan's canoe guides are some of the most detailed and useful guides out there - check out his route descriptions before you head out on your next adventure.
Unlostify Maps Unlostify maps feature 2 distinct maps and uses for every area they cover: a whiteboard planning side and a trip side for using in the field. Waterproof with glow-in-the-dusk inks, Unlostify maps are the latest in cutting edge mapping technology.
Ontario Canoe Map Guides Up-to-date back-country maps for Canoeing in Ontario provide detailed route options so you know all your hiking, canoeing and site seeing options.
Ontario Hiking Trail Guides Enjoy your hike to the fullest with hiking trail guides for the Bruce Trail, Ganaraska Trail, maps in Algonquin, Killarney, or other Ontario Parks.

Our Canada Map Books

We stock only the best in Canada Map Books so you can rest assured knowing you're COEC Equipped.
The Bruce Trail Guide - 30th Edition
The Bruce Trail Guide - 30th EditionThe new, 30th edition Bruce Trail Guide is the definitive resource for exploring the Bruce Trail. It is your key to a safe and enjoyable time on all 890km of the oldest and longest continuous public footpath in Canada.
Top 60 Canoe Routes of Ontario
Top 60 Canoe Routes of OntarioNewly updated for 2018, Top 60 Canoe Routes of Ontario adds 10 more routes over 48 more pages, and like the first edition of this book, this updated and expanded second edition is destined to become the classic guide to the very best canoeing the province has to offer.
Temagami Planning Map - 3rd Edition
Temagami Planning Map - 3rd EditionFor the past two decades, the Friends of Temagami has been documenting, restoring and promoting lost, forgotten and underused canoe routes in Temagami. This map is the result of a comprehensive review of existing information coupled with on-the-ground explorations.
Unlostify Kawartha Highlands Camping Map
Unlostify Kawartha Highlands Camping MapEver seen the largest collection of ancient petroglyphs in Canada? Or a very rare “meromictic” lake? With the Unlostify Kawartha Highlands Camping Map, get ready to see more of the Kawartha Highlands Provincial Park than ever before - including Petroglyphs Provincial Park, and surrounding Crown lands. Unlostify maps are tear proof, water proof, and even float.
Unlostify Killarney Camping Map
Unlostify Killarney Camping MapEver seen all the way to Sudbury, from the top of Silver Peak? How about a lake so clear that the bottom can be seen 20 metres down? With the Unlostify Killarney Camping Map, you can plan and travel with a relentlessly detailed, exhaustively researched, waterproof, tear-proof, floating, glow-in-the-dusk trip headquarters.
A Paddler's Guide to Quetico and Beyond
A Paddler's Guide to Quetico and BeyondKevin Callan's "A Paddler's Guide to Quetico and Beyond" is a guide to Northwestern Ontario's "Canoe Country" - Ontario's Quetico Provinical Park which adjoins Wisconsin's Boundary Waters Canoe Area, and includes detailed route descriptions, maps showing all access points, important river features and accurate portage lengths.
Unlostify Massassauga Camping Map
Unlostify Massassauga Camping MapEver seen a perfectly round glacial pothole? Or a perfectly restored 1940’s lakeside cabin (now a museum)? Well, with the Unlostify Massassauga Camping Map, get ready to see more of Massasauga Provincial Park than ever before. Includes Georgian Bay and all local Crown Lands. Water proof, tear proof, and only 46 grams. It even floats.
Halton Hikes
Halton HikesHalton Hikes details 37 hiking loops in Halton Region (west/northwest of Toronto) Ontario including portions of the Bruce Trail, as well as municipal trails and conservation areas along the Niagara Escarpment in Oakville, Burlington, and up through Campbellville, Milton, Acton, Georgetown in to Rockwood, Eden Mills, Erin and more.
Hamilton and Area Hikes
Hamilton and Area HikesThe Hamilton area is home to over 100 waterfalls, and Hamilton and Area Hikes takes you to over 20 of them, and also includes loop hike routes in Stoney Creek, Dundas Valley, Paris, Grand River, Brantford, Cootes Paradise and Oshweken amongst others - with route lengths from 2.5 to 23.5 km in the Hamilton area and Brant County.
The Adventure Map Lake Superior Provincial Park
The Adventure Map Lake Superior Provincial Park This comprehensive 1:63,000 map to the Park is all you'll need to tackle a truly extraordinary paddling, hiking or backpacking challenge. This huge Park includes many backcountry opportunities in addition to the coast, as in 143km of hiking & backpacking trails, including a challenging 65km Coastal backpacking trail, over 200km of backcountry canoe routes, a superb 95km Coast paddling route, 205 car campsites in 2 well-serviced campgrounds, over 160 backcountry campsites, not to mention the 3,158 lakes.
Caledon Hikes
Caledon HikesCaledon Hikes details 37 hiking loops in the Caledon region (northwest of Toronto) of Ontario including portions of the Bruce Trail, the Oak Ridges Moraine Trail, the Humber Valley Heritage Trail, the Grand Valley Trail, and the Trans Canada Trail.
Waterloo, Wellington & Guelph Hikes
Waterloo, Wellington & Guelph HikesWaterloo, Wellington & Guelph Hikes offers 35 loop hiking routes in the Waterloo, Wellington & Guelph areas, including the Cambridge, Kitchener, Woowich, St.Jacobs, Elora, Erin, Fergus, Elmira and Rockwood areas. Ranging in length from 2.4 to 22 km, these loop hike routes in Waterloo, Wellington & Guelph include detailed colour maps, colour photos of landmarks, and local history and lore along the way.
The Adventure Map Algonquin 4 Central North
The Adventure Map Algonquin 4 Central North The fourth map from Chrismar in the Algonquin Provincial Park series. This map covers the area from beyond the park boundary in the North, all the way to the South in Dickson Lake. Also includes the Petewawa River, all the way up to McManus Lake at the east boundary. There are 6 access points on this map including several of the most remote in the park, which leads to routes where you're less likely to encounter other paddlers - in the true wilderness parts of Algonquin.
Dufferin Hikes
Dufferin HikesSet north of Peel and Caledon Regions, north west of the city of Toronto, Dufferin Region offers excellent hiking opportunities in and around Orangeville, Shelburne, Mono, in the Hockley Valley, and at Mono Cliffs. Dufferin Hikes outlines 32 loop hikes ranging in length from 2.2 to 21 km long, with detailed maps, colour photos and local history and lore.
The Adventure Map Algonquin 1 Corridor North
The Adventure Map Algonquin 1 Corridor NorthA detailed topographic map and guide to Algonquin Provincial Park. Includes paddling routes, hiking and backpacking trails, and all attractions along highway 60 corridor. This map covers the area from Opeongo Lake, the visitor centre, park boundary in the west, Tim River, Lake La Muir Ragged Lake and Whitefish Lake.
The Adventure Map Quetico Provincial Park and Area
The Adventure Map Quetico Provincial Park and AreaQuetico Provincial Park, located in northwestern Ontario on the international border with Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness in Minnesota, is one of the world's finest paddling destinations. This 1:125,000 scale planning map guides you through a superb network of beautiful lakes and rivers, is connected by short portages that bypass occasional rapids and a large number of waterfalls. Ideal paddling terrain. 
The Adventure Map Algonquin 2 Northwest
The Adventure Map Algonquin 2 Northwest A detailed topographic map and guide to the more remote northwest quadrant of Algonquin Provincial Park. This map covers the area from Kawawaymog Lake, outside the west park boundary all the way past Brent access point on Cedar Lake, it overlaps the north edge of the Algonquin Provincial Park 1 map, and the west edge of the Algonquin Provincial Park 4 map.
The Adventure Map Algonquin 3 Corridor South
The Adventure Map Algonquin 3 Corridor South A detailed topographic map and guide to Algonquin Provincial Park along, and well south, of the highway 60 corridor. This map covers the area from the Town of Whitney in the east, the Kawagama Lake outside the Park boundary in the west, and from Canoe and Opeongo lakes in the north, to Hay and Madawaska lakes in the south. It also shows Dividing Lake P.P. Which is the home of towering old growth white pines
The Adventure Map Algonquin Barron/Achray
The Adventure Map Algonquin Barron/AchrayThe Barron Achray map has a scale of 1:40,000 which provides extraordinary terrain and vegetation detail, as well as campsites portages access points, hiking trails, facilities like campgrounds, telephones, historic sites, rental ranger cabins, and many more attractions. The dominant feature of this popular paddling, hiking and camping area on the east side of Algonquin park is the 100-metre deep Barron Canyon, which you can enjoy from above at a great hiking viewpoint or from below while paddling the river.
The Adventure Map Bon Echo Provincial Park
The Adventure Map Bon Echo Provincial ParkOne of eastern Ontario's major provincial parks, this perennial favourite has something for everyone, including five great hiking trails, one of which climbs nearly 100 metres up the face of Mazinaw Rock to an impressive lookout over the lake. This 1:30,000 map details the several campgrounds, access points, facilities, and other attractions
Ray Goodwin Canoeing- Second Edition
Ray Goodwin Canoeing- Second EditionRay Goodwin is known as the UK’s foremost canoe coach, and his book covers all aspects of the open canoe, from wilderness travel and design, with a focus on canoeing techniques. New to the second edition, is a section on vision pattern, a method of creating a map of a rapid. The second edition also dives deep into new solo rescue techniques, canoeing with children, and advanced lining and tracking.
The Adventure Map Temagami 1 Northeast
The Adventure Map Temagami 1 NortheastTemagami provides thousands of lakes and rivers among the rocky forested hills of northern Ontario.This 1:80,000 scale, and 24"x25" map covers the Northeast quadrant of the main region, and is bounded by Maple Mountain (Ontario's 3rd highest elevation) to the west, Latchford and Hwy 11 to the east, Wakimika Lake, Sandy Inlet and Red Squirrel Road to the south and the Spray Creek/Big Spring Lake/Montreal River junction to the north.
The Adventure Map Temagami 2 Lake Temagami
The Adventure Map Temagami 2 Lake Temagami This 1:80,000 scale map features the heart of Temagami - the octopus-like lake that has become one of Ontario's more popular tourist destinations, and is a a superb paddling and hiking destination. The Lake Temagami map includes the area from Obabika Lake to the west, Diamond Lake to the north, the village of Temagami, White Bear Forest and Cassels Lake to the east, and Wawiashkashi Lake, the edge of the Sturgeon River and Marion Lake to the south. It also includes Finlayson Point Provincial Park just south of the village.
The Adventure Map Temagami 3 Marten River & Temagami River Area
The Adventure Map Temagami 3 Marten River & Temagami River AreaThis map shows the less-well-known south-eastern portion of Temagami, which makes it a great paddling location for those hoping to avoid the summer congestion of Lake Temagami to the north. At 1:50,000 scale this map includes, the area from the west tip of Wicksteed Lake and the railway to the east, Jumping Caribou Lake to the north, Cross Lake and the northern part of Temagami River to the west, and Red Cedar Lake to the south.
The Adventure Map Temagami 4 Northwest & Sturgeon River
The Adventure Map Temagami 4 Northwest & Sturgeon RiverThis map shows the more remote western side of classic Temagami; the ideal area for a fly-in trip or a lengthy multi-week route. In addition to a selection of paddling routes through large and small lakes, there are several great river routes, and even the chance to hike to the highest elevation in Ontario, Ishpatina Peak. This 1:80,000 scale map, features parts of 5 different provincial parks, as well as several conservation reserves.
The Adventure Map Woodland Caribou Provincial Park
The Adventure Map Woodland Caribou Provincial ParkWoodland Caribou Provincial Park in northwestern Ontario is the place to go. This 1:110,000 map guides you through over 4,000 square kilometres of scenic lakes, rushing and meandering streams, roaring rapids and waterfalls, punctuated by open wetlands and rocky outcrops. This map showcases the portage routes, access points, campsites and more.
The Adventure Map Algonquin PP8 - Opeongo
The Adventure Map Algonquin PP8 - Opeongo Continuing as part of the Algonquin series, this 1:50,000 map, details the largest lake in Algonquin, Opeongo Lake. Opeongo is plenty big enough for a week or more of camping. It also features Happy Isle, Redrock, Proulx, Wright and Bonfield in addition to portages, camp sights, facilities, fish species and much more.
UTM Map Plotting Corner Ruler
Sold Out UTM Map Plotting Corner RulerThe UTM corner ruler is indispensable when plotting or measuring a GPS position or co-ordinate onto a topographic map, as a corner ruler will allow for very precise measurements to be made within the existing map grid square.
Unlostify West French River Camping Map
Sold Out Unlostify West French River Camping MapEver seen the French River ghost town? Or the longest snowmobile bridge in the world? With the Unlostify West French River Camping Map, get ready to see more of the French River than ever before - including the west French River, Pointe Grondine, Grundy, and surrounding Crown Lands. Water proof, tear proof, and only 46 grams - it even floats.
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