The mountainous region of the Kootenay Rockies BC provides some of the best outdoor recreation in all of Canada. With the stunning Canadian Rocky Mountains tumbling across the land, the region spans from beautiful Revelstoke all the way to Fernie, BC. The Kootenay River divides the East Kootenays from the West, with the eastern ranges housing the broad swath of Canadian Rockies for which the region is named. It is here, deep in British Columbia, that clear mountain air fills your lungs and draws your attention to the great heights that tower before you. From the all-Canadian community of Nelson, to North America’s longest vertical ski descent in Revelstoke, the southeastern corner of BC warrants more than just a map. Your Kootenay Rockies BC Backroad Mapbook gives you maps of Revelstoke, Nelson, Fernie, Cranbrook and surrounding regions right up to Alberta’s border. Here you will discover four of BC’s national parks – Yoho, Kootenay, Glacier and Revelstoke – crawling with wildlife and set amongst a dramatic mountain backdrop. Adventurers delight in endless backcountry, big rivers and lakes, and blue mountain streams. Whether hiking, biking, horseback riding, ATVing, kayaking or otherwise embracing the wilderness that stands strong and free around the modest cities of Revelstoke, Nelson, Fernie, Cranbrook, Kimberley and beyond, the Kootenay Rockies BC Backroad Mapbook gets you outside with confidence.