Coast & Kayak
Featuring vast stretches of undisturbed rainforest, towering mountains surrounded by pristine lakes, thousands of kilometers of coastline teeming with marine life and a variety of quaint, charming communities, Northern Vancouver Island offers endless opportunity for adventure. With just one major roadway reaching the northern extents of the Island, this is a place where nature rules and stress melts away. A secluded sandy beach or isolated campsite is never too far away, and often your chances of seeing a whale swimming offshore are better than spotting another human. From salmon fishing in Campbell River to hiking in Strathcona Park and Cape Scott or paddling the shores of Brooks Peninsula Park, there is no shortage of recreational opportunity on Northern Vancouver Island.
To make navigating this sparsely populated region easier the BRMB team have worked tirelessly to create the most comprehensive, detailed and easy to use map for Northern Vancouver Island you will find anywhere. This dual sided 34” x 46.25” map is printed on durable, waterproof paper to withstand any storm or gale. With industry-leading cartographic detail, state-of-the-art relief shading, colour coded Provincial Parks and more, there isn’t an easier to read map on the market. This map contains countless points of interest, hiking trails, campsites, beaches, paddling routes and more, so no matter what you are looking for, you can find it on our Northern Vancouver Island Waterproof Map. This map also features detailed descriptions of recreation sites and parks with information on camping, fees, activities, access and more. Covering the areas around Port Hardy, Port McNeill, Gold River, Campbell River, Courtenay/Comox and more, this is your ultimate guide to exploring one of the most breathtaking areas in the world.