True North Maps are absolutely comparable to any other map on the market that you would use to navigate the Boundary Waters. Scale 1.5” to 1 mile, with detailed legend including elements such as: portages, campsites, entry points, hiking trails, topographic lines, UTM Grid.
Yes! For a permanent keepsake record you can use a Sharpie Marker to track your journey and memories. This will not wash off- but you can remember which campsites are your favorites and have a lasting memory of your trip.
For a temporary log, we use Crayola Washable Markers to plot a route, then wash it off for the next adventure.
Screen printing is a process transferring ink just to the surface of a material. True North maps utilizes a cutting-edge heat-transfer printing process to ensure that each and every detail will never blur, crack, or fade.
Decide on an entry point first. Each of our maps have the entry points listed in the product details and you are able to view the full map before purchasing. You can also view our overview map by clicking the "Which Map Do I Need?" link under Maps in the top menu.
Yes. 100%. Even after hundreds of washes it will maintain the same vibrant color and detail and never shrink. We recommend a warm wash and line dry. Wash it immediately upon your return, dunk it in a lake or let the patina grow with marks of your blood, sweat and tears. Up to you!
Lucky for you! Now you and your partner can each have one. You are also able to clip the maps together using a mini carabiner or a twistiebob. Every map comes with a button hole in each corner for ease of attaching.
The formal policy of Quetico Provincial Parks is that there are no official campsites in the wilderness. Campsite data that appears on other Quetico maps will most likely be outdated and inaccurate. To plan your Quetico trip with campsites, we suggest finding the most accurate information on group forum websites such as BWCA.com and Paddleplanner.com