Made up of more than just prairies, Saskatchewan offers a plethora of outdoor adventure opportunities. Long distance canoe trips on the Saskatchewan's mighty northern rivers, unlimited fishing options in the many lakes that dot the landscape, a well-established network of ATV and snowmobile trails and some of the best white-tailed deer hunting you can find anywhere are just a few of the attractions that draw outdoor explorers to Saskatchewan. Add to this are sweeping views, wide-open skies and unique geographical features such as the Athabasca Sand Dunes and the Cypress Hills. Luckily, the newest edition of our Saskatchewan Backroad Mapbook has everything you need to know about exploring beautiful Saskatchewan, complete with our industry-leading topographic maps and meticulously researched adventure listings.
The printed version of the mapbook comes in the convenient 21.5 x 28 cm (8.5 x 11 inch) mapbook format with a heavy-duty spiral-bound cover. The 256 page book includes 121 maps starting at 1:300,000 scale, along with 10 Outdoor Adventure sections, a Service Provider Directory, Map and Adventure Index, Trip Planning tools and more. With over 320,000 kilometres of roads to view including the most complete logging and industrial road coverage available, the books are ideal for navigating on road trips and planning from home.
Map Key & Legend
115 @ 1:300,000 Scale Maps
6 @ 1:1,000,000 Scale Maps
Detailed Adventure Section
Parks & Campsites
Backcountry Hut & Cabin
Sales & Services
Tours & Guides
Trip Planning Tools
In your durable, heavy-duty, spiral bound Mapbook you will find 121 detailed topographic maps, including 20 brand new maps at 1:300,000 scale. New to this edition, our Saskatchewan maps feature Oil and Gas information including Gas Plants, Disposal and Compressor stations and updated seismic line corridors. We have also included Municipal Regional District boundaries and labels, brand new 1:50,000 scale water/lake data and details for neighbouring parts of Alberta, Manitoba, Montana and North Dakota. You will not find an easier to use or more detailed map anywhere!
This book features a newly organized and easy-to-use index divided into Map and Adventure sections. Here you will find page numbers and map coordinates for each activity and location, plus important numbers, distance charts and an advertiser list for easy referencing.
Our detailed adventure section is one of the features that makes your Backroad Mapbook not just a map but your number one resource for unforgettable outdoor experiences. Here is a breakdown of what we have included in the latest Saskatchewan Backroad Mapbook:
In your Saskatchewan Backroad Mapbook you will find over 100 detailed listings for the best places to stop along the province's extensive road system, including unique geological features such as the Big Muddy Badlands, First Nations sites such as Buffalo Jump and even outlaw hideouts like Sam Kelly's Caves.
With over 500 detailed listings for the best places to fish in Saskatchewan's rivers and lakes, complete with access, fish species, hotspots and other highlights, this Backroad Mapbook is your ultimate fishing buddy. New to this edition, we have also included Stocked Lake charts for easy reference of which lakes are supplemented with which fish species.
From the prairies of southern Saskatchewan to the remote boreal forest of the north, hunting opportunities for birds and mammals abound. In your Saskatchewan Backroad Mapbook, you will find a detailed description of all 52 of Saskatchewan's Wildlife Management Zones along with descriptions of species, info on specific regulations and much more.
While Saskatchewan is known for its expansive prairies, it is a spectacular paddling destination, particularly in the northern part of the province. In your Saskatchewan Backroad Mapbook, you will find over 100 detailed listings for paddling routes, complete with put-ins/take-outs, difficulty, highlights and more.
From the rustic wilderness of Grasslands National Park to the many drive-in rec sites that offer all the modern amenities, Saskatchewan has something for everyone. In your Saskatchewan Backroad Mapbook, you will find over 250 detailed listings for Provincial, National and Regional Parks as well as Recreation Sites.
With landscapes varying from desert-like sand dunes to rugged Canadian shield and even the highest point of land between the Rockies and Labrador, Saskatchewan has no shortage of trails for hikers and bikers to explore. In the latest edition of our Saskatchewan Mapbook, you will find over 130 detailed listings of multi-use trails complete with length, elevation gain, access, difficulty, highlights and much more.
Saskatchewan has a well-established ATV community with many ATVing hotspots found all over the province, from the city of Hudson Bay to Moose Mountain Provincial Park and everywhere in between. In the newest edition of the Saskatchewan Backroad Mapbook, you will find over 30 listings for the best places to ATV in Saskatchewan.
Snowmobiling is more than just a sport in Saskatchewan, with many northern towns using snowmobiles as a primary source of transportation. In your Saskatchewan Backroad Mapbook, you will find over 100 listings of the best places to snowmobile in the province, from organized trails to open fields and unplowed grid roads.
Acting as a natural flyway for many species of migrating birds, Saskatchewan is a birdwatcher's paradise. Add to this the many different mammals, amphibians, reptiles, butterflies and other species and it is easy to see why Saskatchewan is a great place to view wildlife. The newest edition of our Saskatchewan Mapbook provides you with almost 100 detailed listings for the best places to view wildlife in the province.
From cross-country skiing to snowshoeing, ice-fishing, sledding and more, winter in Saskatchewan is a great time to get outdoors. In your Saskatchewan Backroad Mapbook, you will find over 60 listings for the best places to get out and enjoy Saskatchewan's winter wonderland.
For a digital version of the mapbook, select PDF Book from the Media Type drop-down menu. The PDF version can be viewed on your computer, smartphone or tablet using any pdf reader, including iBooks or Google Play Books, meaning it can be downloaded straight to a smartphone, tablet or eBook reader to bring along on adventures. Viewing the mapbook as a PDF book has the added bonus of a scrollable index to quickly find a region on the maps or jump to a specific Adventure.
Easy to Read: zoom into the maps or text for easy route planning
Lightweight: transport several mapbooks at once using your phone, tablet, or computer
Easy to Navigate: use the index or search function for easy navigation between pages and maps
Eco-Friendly: zero paper waste!
Please note that these PDF books are not printable or geo-referenced. See ourMobile Mapsfor geo-referenced versions of our maps.