5 navigation tools
CDs and DVDs
What: Digitized topos offer varying levels of information on trails, roads, POIs and more.
Pros: You get many maps—usually by province—in one place. You can stitch them together, add your own trail info, then download the result to your GPS. (Mapitfirst links trails to guidebook descriptions.)
Cons: Expensive one-time cost. And if you don’t have a GPS, you have to print the map.
Sources: Mapitfirst; Backroad Mapbooks; ETopo
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