Algonquin 3 - Corridor South
The Adventure Map®
|Format||Waterproof folded map|
Published by Chrismar Mapping Services, 2008.
| This 1:80,000 scale map is ideal for paddling the
popular canoe routes south of the Highway 60 corridor in Algonquin Park. In
addition to topographic and vegetation detail, the map features campsites,
portages, access points, hiking trails, facilities like campgrounds, telephones
and washrooms, historic sites and many more attractions.
The map covers the area from the town of Whitney in the east to Kawagama Lake outside the park in the west and from Canoe and Opeongo Lakes in the north to Hay and Madawaska Lakes in the south. Also shows Dividing Lake P.P. (home of towering old growth white pines) and overlaps with the popular Frost Centre and Algonquin 1-Corridor North maps.
The Adventure Map® is specifically designed for outdoor adventurers such as hikers, backpackers, and paddling enthusiasts who need an accurate, up-to-date, rugged map to get them into and safely back from the wilderness.
The Adventure Map® is compact (most measure 18" x 24"/45 x 61cm or less), easy to read, and easy to fold. The maps are also waterproof, printed on specially-made, extra tough, waterproof plastic.
The flip side of each sheet is filled with colour photos and important information about the area including natural and human history, local regulations, outdoor tips, safety concerns, addresses, useful phone numbers and more.
Price and availability subject to change. Shipping and applicable taxes extra.
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This page last modified: February 2, 2009
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