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Vancouver North and West Biking and Hiking Map

1st Edition

Scale 1:20,000 / 1:55,000
ISBN 9781771298735
UPC 817712987358
$ CAD 13.95
$ USD 13.95
€ EUR 9.50
£ GBP 8.95

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Vancouver, British Columbia, is actually a gathering together of 23 cities and towns in a loose federation of shared interests. ITMB's map of Vancouver is, in reality, only the City of Vancouver, with most of greater Vancouver on the reverse side. North Vancouver and West Vancouver are separate municipalities located on the north shore of Burrard Inlet (the harbour making the Vancouver area the largest port on the Pacific coastline). There are four municipalities on the north shore, all of which are named after Captain George Vancouver, the renowned British naval explorer and mapper, and why these four do not merge into one remains one of those enigmas wrapped in a puzzle. Regardless, this is the first-ever street map of all four municipalities, but more importantly, the north shore communities is where the mountains that make the Vancouver area so attractive are located. This means that this is where all the ski resorts exist, all the downhill skiing is done, where the 2010 Olympic Games were carried out, and where dozens of biking routes, hiking trails, and recreational opportunities exist. As a result, this map has international marketing opportunities and year-long sporting venues. It includes the Horseshoe Bay ferry terminal to Vancouver Island, the Cypress Mountain viewpoint, the Grouse Grind extreme-run climb, the Baden-Powell hiking trail, and Deep Cove small-boat harbour, with its access to remote Indian Arm.

Map size: 27*39"

This map is also available in digital format and flat map. Please contact map@itmb.com if you would want to place an order or for more information.

Legend Includes:
Roads by classification, Rivers and Lakes, National Park, Airports, Points of Interests, Highways, Main Roads, Zoos, Fishing, and much more...

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