Welcome to Saskatchewan, a landscape of rugged wilderness, a hundred thousand lakes, endless trails and picturesque valleys where plains bison roam free and glowing sunsets paint the evening skies.
Discover nature in its grandest form as you encounter the ever-changing landscape of the Great Sandhills, one of the largest set of active sand dunes in Canada. Witness the stunning transformation as the rolling plains of the prairie graduate into an oasis of forest, home to an astonishing diversity of wildlife species, atop the high country of Cypress Hills. Don’t let nightfall end your adventures in the Land of the Living Skies. Lay back and soak up the universe as the night sky becomes a star-studded blackboard at Grasslands National Park – one of the darkest places in Canada.
Blaze through miles upon miles of some of the best snowmobiling trails in the country, snowshoe leisurely across frozen lakes, or challenge yourself to a heart-pumping bike ride down the steep-sided hills of Buffalo Pound Provincial Park. You may leave your tracks and footprints behind, but you will take the memories with you as you uncover the adventurer within. Let the BRMB Navigator assist you in exploring all that this four season playground has to offer.
Featuring 1:50,000 scale Trim data, we offer the most complete forestry, industry and logging road coverage available for SK. In fact, we provide over 248,000+ kilometres of routable roads including highways, city roads, rural roads, and 2 levels of logging roads (industrial and resource roads) along with over 54,000+ kilometres of non-routable roads including old logging roads, unclassified roads, alleyways, private roads and more. This is all overlaid on an enhanced contour and elevation information including summits, peaks and geographic points not illustrated on most other maps.
- Scale – 50,000 base scale topographic maps
- Shaded Relief – Detailed topography highlighting the area’s terrain
- 3D View – 3D perspective highlighting mountain ranges and river valleys
- Routable Roads – Enhanced routing allows you to navigate from the city into the backcountry
- Search – Tens of thousands of searchable cities, geographic land, water features, Activity POIs
- Continuity – Seamless and continuous topographic maps
- Co-operation – Updated regularly and developed in cooperation with local agencies (government, Parks, Forestry, Tourism Organizations, Local Municipalities, Non-profit Outdoor Groups & Clubs, Customers & More)
With endless trails, rugged wilderness, picturesque valleys, and over a hundred thousand lakes, this historically rich land most definitely rewards the adventurous. Referred to by locals as the “Land of the Living Skies,” Saskatchewan offers as many adventures as the number of sparkling stars that watch over this vast and bewildering landscape.
Visit tourismsaskatchewan.com for more information on this amazing province.
- Capital City: Regina
- Population: 1.1 Million
- History: Entered Canadian Confederation in 1905
- Total Area: 651,036 km² /251,366 mi²
- Highest Point: Lookout Point – 1,392 m /4,567 ft.
- Lowest Point: Lake Athabasca – 213 m /700 ft.
- Largest Lake: Lake Athabasca – 7,850 km² /3,030 mi²
- Provincial Flower: Western Red Lily
- Provincial Tree: Paper Birch
- Provincial Bird: Sharp-tailed Grouse
- Provincial Mammal: White-tailed Deer
- Motto: “From Many Peoples Strength”
With the BRMB Navigator Base Map at your fingertips, you are simply one tap away from uncovering a world of new outdoors and backcountry adventures. Powered by logging, industry and bush road networks along with enhanced geographic and topographic data, exclusive to BRMB, your Navigator Base Map will be the most comprehensive and detailed map source available for navigating the outdoors with utmost confidence.
What Sets Us Apart From the Rest
Extensive Backcountry Road Network
[Forest service/bush roads, main industry, active industry (2wd), other industry (2wd /4wd), unclassified (4wd), & deactivated roads]
Logging, industry and bush road systems have been some of the main highlighted features of our maps for over 20 years. We continuously enhance our industry leading network of backcountry roads, through road reclassification (distinguishing main roads from 4wd roads and deactivated roads) as well as providing our users with road names very few other maps illustrate.
Geographical Land Features
[Terrain contours, cliffs, mountain ranges, mountain peaks, valleys, islands]
Whether used as reference points or exploration destinations, our Base Map provides you with all the geographical features you need to get outdoors and play. These key features have been the backbone of our maps since their inception and we are thrilled to share them with yo through our BRMB Navigator Base Map.
[National, provincial, regional, & municipal parks, conservancy’s, ecological reserves, & protected areas]
Whether you’re searching for tranquility or an action-packed getaway, the BRMB Navigator Base Map combines numerous datasets to showcase all of your favourite parks along with recreation areas very few have even heard of.
[Lakes, rivers, coastline, streams, creeks, dams, reservoirs, wetlands, marsh’s, bogs, rapids, glaciers]
Whether you like to fish, paddle or just enjoy the scenery while cruising on a boat, BRMB maps are known for featuring more lakes, streams and other water features than other maps. Through our extensive research and knowledge of the backcountry, you will have access to countless water adventures with our Base Map.
[Railways, cutlines, pipelines, ferry routes, transmission lines, gates, & Trans Canada Trail]
While these utility corridors are often taken for granted on most maps, to the keen backcountry enthusiast they are the pathway to limitless adventures and discoveries. Whether used as reference points or as a means to get to an adventure hot spot, our Base Map will have you covered.
[3-D terrain shading, contours &elevations]
From spectacular mountains to narrow river valleys, British Columbia offers some of the most dramatic scenery in the World. Included with our Base Map are 3-D terrain shadings, detailed topography highlighting the areas’ terrain, using industry leading contour lines and relief shading which allow you to read the lay of the land effortlessly.
[Protected & restricted Areas, First Nations land, tree farm licenses, mining areas, conservancies, ecological reserves]
Perhaps as an avid backcountry explorer, you have pushed the boundaries when it comes to discovering new adventures. Now with these essential features at your fingertips, you know where to play and which areas you should avoid.
The Saskatchewan Adventure Layers Offer You:
Saskatchewan Adventure POI Highlights
- 130+ Backroad Attractions
- 590+ Fishing Lakes and Streams locations
- 200+ Boat Launches and Marinas
- 80+ Hunting and Wildlife Management Zone areas
- 140+ Paddling Points & 6,500+ km of Paddling Routes
- 700+ Parks, Campsites & Wildlife Viewing areas
- 2,000 km of Multi-use Trails & 340+ Trailheads
- 15,000 km+ of ATV & Snowmobile Trails
- 65+ Golf Clubs
- 2,300+ City, Town and Community Locations
- 8,300+ Searchable Land and Water Geographic Features
Saskatchewan Adventures POI Features
- Fishing & Hunting Regulations
- fish Species & stocking Info
- Game Species & Seasonal Info
- Tips & Techniques
- POI Descriptions
- Access & Directions
- Facilities & Amenities
- Recreational Activities
- Trail Length & Elevation Gain
- Snowshoeing, Downhill & Cross-country Skiing Areas
- Urban & Backcountry Attractions
- Viewpoints & Wildlife Viewing Areas
- Park & Backcountry Campsites
- Picnic & Recreational Areas
- National, Provincial & Urban Parks
- Lake & River Paddling
- Rock & Land Formations, Badlands, Caves & Waterfalls
- Historic Sites & Museums
Saskatchewan Searchable Categories
- Backcountry Camps
- Boat Launches
- Land Features
- Paddling – Routes
- Parks – National
- Parks – Provincial
- Parks – Urban
- Public Services
- Recreation Sites
- Snowmobile Routes
- Visitor Centers
- Water Features
- Wildlife Viewing
- Winter Recreation
- Wildlife Management Units