*Current subscribers to the navigator should cancel their subscriptions and move to the new platform. We no longer offer support for the navigator app/web map.
**If you have already paid for a BRMB Navigator subscription you can switch to the new platform at no charge.
What sets us apart from the rest
Get easy access to the patented Backroad Mapbook Points of Interest and detailed recreation information; including access, activities, description, region, species and more.
Store all of your favourite trips and edit them here. Plan ahead using the Trip Planning tools and Import GPX feature, and add media and other details when you get home.
Show your friends and family where you’ve been and where you plan to go by sharing your trips via Social Media. Inspire them, invite them, or simply show off!
Get all the cool maps and unique adventure information that you will find in the app. Explore your province and activities of choice right on your desktop.
Discover and use great tools that you won’t find on the app, such as drawing tracks, to create custom trips. Mark them with waypoints, save them, and sync them to your phone.
Got GPX tracks from friends, your favourite adventure website, or your latest GPS-logged trip? Import your GPX files here and save to My Trips or Export from your trips to share with your friends or use in a GPS unit.
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The maps present a potpourri of helpful information for hunters, fishers, hikers - even Sunday drivers - essentially anyone who takes advantage of Canada's outdoor pastimes.
Backroad Mapbooks bridged the gap between detailed topographic maps and large-scale highway maps or travel guidebooks. They are a very useful tool for anyone who's ever tried to navigate their way around gravel roads, natural features such as rivers, lakes and wetlands or to find a trailhead or a river put-in.
Going off-grid is becoming a larger part of the B.C. experience as trailblazers are continually forging new inroads into the outdoors—for hikers, campers, snowmobilers or ATV riders…. It’s not that the backcountry is growing, but inroads into it are, and the key to getting there is knowing the way. In Backroad Mapbooks the backcountry comes alive with an exhaustive, and unique, level of detail.