• Trail systems, symbols, management units
• Longitude and Latitude for GPS users
• Comprehensive write up on Fishing, Paddling, Parks, Trails, Winter Rec and more
The province of Nova Scotia boasts a rugged and beautiful maritime landscape, as well as a unique culture steeped in Acadian, Celtic, Mi'kmaq and African tradition. Best known for the cultural hub of Halifax, the wildlands of Cape Breton and the countless coastal fishing villages that seem untouched by time, Nova Scotia is an explorer's paradise. With no portion of the province further than 56 km (35 mi) from the ocean, Nova Scotia is a land ruled by water. Bask in the salty air of the Atlantic as you watch puffins, dolphins and whales from the shore, explore remote backroads on your way to a picturesque lighthouse, hike the fabled trails of Cape Breton Highlands National Park or take a trip across the Northumberland Strait to relax on PEI's perfect beaches – with the newest edition of the Nova Scotia/Prince Edward Island Mapbook in hand, there is no limit to what you can discover in this maritime wonderland.
The 4th Edition of our Nova Scotia/Prince Edward Island Mapbook features extensive updates and upgrades from its last publication. Along with the addition of Crown land, they have added 14 new recreation topographic maps at 1:200,000 scale, expanding their coverage to include all of Prince Edward Island. They have also added and updated recreation features including multi-use trails, ATV trails, snowmobile routes and paddling systems, as well as refined thousands of Points of Interest to help you choose the adventure that is just right for you. New features include Stocked Lake Fishing Charts, Multi Use Trail Charts and more, expanding the Mapbook by over 60% in size from its last edition.
Dimensions: 8-1/2" x 11"