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Maritimes: Nova Scotia
Welcome to the second edition of the Backroad Mapbook for Nova Scotia. We have updated and expanded the book with the most notable feature being the new look topographic maps. In addition to contours, the new colours make them easier to read and we now define long distance, snowmobile and ATV trails better. The writing has also been reworked with expanded trails, parks and paddling sections and even a new section on hunting.
The backroads of Nova Scotia are never far from the sea; in fact no portion of the province is more than 56 km (35 miles) from the ocean, and the oceans define the land, the culture and the very heart of the province.
No wonder, then that fishing plays a large part of the character of the province, and it’s not just ocean fishing. From the mighty salmon producing river, the Margaree, that crosses Cape Breton, to the Mersey River that stretches from north to south, there are some magnificent waterways to lure fishermen and paddlers alike. There are lakes a plenty, which hold plenty of brook trout, brown trout, rainbow trout and a variety of other fish. However, ocean fishing is the big draw here, and mackerel, cod, capelin, hake, flounder, pollack, catfish, blue mako or Porbeagel shark are some of the deep sea fishing that helps make Nova Scotia one of Canada's most well known fishing destinations.
Dimensions: 21.5cm x 28cm (8.5" x 11")
Map Scale: 52 maps @ 1:200,000, 5 city & park maps @ 1:25,000–100,000
Regional Cities/Parks: Amherst, Antigonish, Cape Breton Island, Dartmouth, Digby, Dingwall, Halifax, Sherbrooke, Syndey, Yarmouth
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