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Folding and refolding a fragile paper map is no way to spend your trip. True North Maps are long lasting, low maintenance, and accurate to guide you on your next adventure so you can free your mind to focus on what’s ahead. A new way to map starts today.

Dimensions: 25” x 24 ½”

Entry Points:



Abinodji Lake

Adams Lake
Adventure Lake
Ahmakose Lake
Ahsub Lake
Alice Lake
Alworth Lake
Amber Lake
Amoeber Lake
Arkose Lake
Ashigan Lake
Assawan Lake
Bakekana Lake
Balmy Lake
Basswood Lake
Beam Lake
Beaver Lake
Becoosin Lake
Bedford Lake
Benezie Lake
Birch Lake
Birdsey Lake
Blinker Lake
Blissful Lake
Bonnie Lake
Boot Lake
Boulder Lake
Bow Lake
Bugo Lake
Bullrush Lake
Cacabic Lake
Cache Lake
Cap Lake
Capote Lake
Carp Lake
Cattyman Lake
Caveman Lake
Climax Lake
Club Lake
Conic Lake
Coon Lake
Delta Lake
Dipper Lake
Disappointment Lake
Dix Lake
Douse Lake
Drag Lake
Drumstick Lake
Dutton Lake
Eddy Lake
Elk Lake
Ensign Lake
Explorer Lake
Fast Lake
Fire Lake
Fishdance Lake
Fisher Lake
Fraser Lake
Frog Lake
Gerund Lake
Gibson Lake
Grub Lake
Grubstake Lake
Harmony Lake
Hatchet Lake
Hood Lake
Hum Lake
Ima Lake
Jitterbug Lake
Jordan Lake
Juggler Lake
Jut Lake
Kaapoo Lake
Kek Lake
Kekekabic Lake
Kettle Lake
Kiana Lake
Knife Lake
Kobe Lake
Lake Carol
Lake Four
Lake Insula
Lake One
Lake Three
Lake Two
Lulu Lake
Magnet Lake
Malberg Lake
Medas Lake
Melon Lake
Minerva Lake
Missionary Lake
Moiyaka Lake
Mosquito Lake
Mugwump Lake
Museum Lake
Muskrat Lake
Muzzle Lake
Neglige Lake
Newfound Lake
Parent Lake
Pear Lake
Perdu Lake
Pickle Lake
Portage Lake
Quartz Lake
Raven Lake
Recline Lake
Record Lake
Redface Lake
Redfin Lake
Reflection Lake
Riddle Lake
River Lake
Roe Lake
Sable Lake
Sagus Lake
Scotch Lake
Sedative Lake
Seed Lake
Sema Lake
Shallow Lake
Shepo Lake
Skoota Lake
Skull Lake
Slowfoot Lake
Smite Lake
Snatch Lake
Snowbank Lake
Solitude Lake
South Arm Knife Lake
Spider Lake
Spigot Lake
Splash Lake
Spoon Lake
Spree Lake
Starlight Lake
Struggle Lake
Strup Lake
Sucker Lake
Swing Lake
Thermal Lake
Thomas Lake
Three Eagle Lake
Topaz Lake
Trader Lake
Treasure Lake
Trident Lake
Trinity Lake
Turkey Lake
Twilight Lake
Vera Lake
Vivid Lake
Whist Lake
Whiz Lake
Wisini Lake
Wolftrack Lakes
Wooden Leg Lake
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Robert. H
Great map and a fabulous gift from our last trip!

Great map and a fabulous gift from our last trip!

Jill a.
The map is great and I can hardly wait to use it

The map is great and I can hardly wait to use it. I plan on purchasing more.

John D.
Great idea/

Great idea/

Brian A.
The maps are great

The maps are great. Able to navigate by these maps if need be.

Greg M.
I love the concept of these maps and ordered one to check it out

I love the concept of these maps and ordered one to check it out. To be clear, it is a beautiful looking map... a piece of art almost. Once in hand, however, I've come to question the practicality. For one, although the scale is the same as a Fisher map, holding them up side to side, Fisher comes out on top hands down for (as least my perception) of readability and navigation ease. The portages are less clear on the True North map, and the printing is less clear. It's weird because the scales are identical, but the True North scale just feels smaller for some reason. I imagine this readability issue might have to do with the printing on fabric. The other concern I recognized once having the map in hand is that not being a flat surface like a paper map, this creates an additional usage challenge. I haven't been in a canoe with the map yet, but tried to simulate it by sitting on a foot stool with a pack on the ground in front of me... and it's very tricky to lay out the map flat (on your lap or on a pack, or I imagine hanging from a thwart) so you can see it clearly to navigate from. The folds and bends of the fabric are a clear distraction, and my guess is that one would be constantly trying to smooth out surfaces as you were working with the map - I think that would get pretty frustrating pretty quickly. So overall, a fantastic concept, but it would not work out well for me.