About this region: This mapsheet is intended for anyone departing from Telegraph Cove or Naka Creek into Johnstone Strait or the Broughton Archipelago. The attractions are killer whale watching near Robson Bight and heading into the picture-perfect island clusters of Broughton Archipelago Provincial Park. This mapsheet is newly updated for 2023 reflecting the latest in cultural sensitivities and other vital travel information.
What's included:One side is the large, regional map showing features and attractions in unrivalled detail, while the opposite side includes logistical and trip planning information.
The mapsheet construction:This mapsheet uses the latest printing technology to provide a high-quality printed image on waterproof/durable synthetic polymer stock. The stock is is significantly thicker than most papers at 10 mil weight, making it extremely durable.
Don't forget!This mapsheet is part of a series. Make sure you have the correct mapsheets for your trip.
About the Broughton-Johnstone series: This new series covers the region in unrivalled detail, with each mapsheet designed to cover a specific area with textual support to aid trip planning and logistics. No guide book needed. The series includes:
#238 Broughton-Johnstone.The essential mapsheet for journeys into Johnstone Strait and the Broughton Archipelago, this covers the southern area of Broughton Archipelago and Johnstone Strait to Robson Bight, the killer whale reserve.
#239 Gilford Island.The extension into the northeast section of the region and the interiors waters including Tribune Channel, lower Knight Inlet and Kingcome Inlet.
#240 North Broughtons.The companion to #238, this extends northward covering the northern section of Broughton Archipelago into Grappler Sound including the Broughton Islands.
About the Wild Coast map series: In 2019, Wild Coast Publishing began embarking on an ambitious program to provide an unbroken series of mapsheets covering the entire BC coastline. The series begins with mapsheet #201 Brooks Peninsula and extends in order down the outer Vancouver Island and up the southern BC coast then finally north through the Inside Passage. You can view the currently available list of mapsheetshere. The maps are designed for paddlers and boaters, right down to the size -- a handy 24x18", slightly smaller than a traditional street map and so easy to manage when on the water. Use it as a "deck topper" for easy visualization as you travel on the water, use it around the campfire or your anchorage at night to plan your next day's route, and at home for research when your journey is still in the dream stage.
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