The Northeastern Ontario backcountry map book details one of Canada’s most lush regions. Best known for city centres like Sudbury, Sault Ste Marie, North Bay and the tourist hot spot that is Manitoulin Island, the northeastern region of Ontario also encompasses the Canadian Shield, boasting gorgeous vistas of granite rock, boreal forest and thousands of lakes. Near Lake Temiskaming, the rocky landscape tumbles into the flatter clay belt lands characteristic of the Tri City area. Heading northwest, the rolling region of Lake Superior boasts some of the most scenic terrain in all the province. And far north, you will cross the James Bay lowlands before landing upon iconic Hudson Bay. The areas beyond Manitoulin Island, Sault Ste Marie and Sudbury sprawl with outdoor recreation opportunities. We’ve packed our northeastern Ontario backcountry map book full with the best trails, campsites, fishing lakes, ATV routes, and more to help you explore the beautiful wilderness of northeastern Ontario. Our maps show you everything from where to explore Lake Nipissing along the shores of North Bay, to the sights of Manitoulin Island – the world’s largest freshwater island – to the wild and remote north accessible only by Ontario’s Polar Bear Express. With so many things to do and see in Sudbury, Manitoulin Island, Sault Ste Marie and the far north, northeastern Ontario is a Canadian adventurer’s dream – and Backroad Mapbooks puts it all on the map.