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Gem Trek Maps of the Canadian Rockies

Planning a trip to the Canadian Rockies?

Whether you're driving, hiking or biking in the Canadian Rockies, you can count on a Gem Trek map-guide to take you where you want to go.

Gem Trek maps are the most detailed and up-to-date maps you will find for Banff, Lake Louise, Jasper, the Columbia Icefield, Yoho, Kootenay and Waterton Lakes, as well as nearby Kananaskis Country.

The Gem Trek difference

Gem Trek maps
Gem Trek maps are loaded with information, updated regularly and competitively priced.

Find out a few of the other features of Gem Trek maps in About our maps.

These are the Gem Trek trail maps
with relief shading and on waterproof material

All of these also include a comprehensive trail guide on the back of each map:
Banff & Mt. Assiniboine (7th edition)
Jasper & Maligne Lake (7th edition)
Highwood & Cataract Creek (3rd edition)
Lake Louise & Yoho (9th edition)
Waterton Lakes (3rd edition)
Kananaskis Lakes (6th edition)
Kootenay National Park (4th edition)
Canmore & Kananaskis Village (6th edition)
Banff Up-Close (1st edition)

Need a map right away?

Order online from our friends at Map Town Ltd., a map and travel book store located in downtown Calgary. They have been in business for 25 years and are happy to promptly fill and ship your order.

Most recent trail map updates
Banff and Mt. Assiniboine map and trail guide

Now relief-shaded and on waterproof material, the 7th edition of the Banff & Mt. Assiniboine Trail Map and Guide covers the most popular hiking and biking terrain in Banff National Park at 1:100,00 scale. On the back of the map is a 1:50,000-scale inset of the core area of Mt. Assiniboine Provincial Park, as well as a detailed guide to recommended trails there.

Jasper and Maligne Lake map and trail guide

Also new this spring, the 7th edition of the Jasper & Maligne Lake Trail Map and Guide is relief shaded and on waterproof material. It's at 1:100,000-scale, with inset maps of the Maligne Canyon and Maligne Lake maps on the back, again with a comprehensive guide to recommended trails in the Jasper area.

Highwood & Cataract Creek map and trail guide

The 3rd edition of the Highwood & Cataract Creek Trail Map and Guide covers south Kananaskis Country at 1:50,000. A second 1:50,000-scale map on the back reaches further south to take in Plateau Mountain and Hailstone Butte Fire Lookout Trail. Also relief-shaded and on waterproof material, with a detailed trail guide on the back.

Map-users are saying...
"When our family visited the Rockies last year, we found the best information in your excellent maps."
-John F., Bakersfield, California
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Canadian Rockies Hiking Blog

Probably no one knows more about hiking in the Canadian Rockies than Brian Patton, co-author of the Canadian Rockies Trail Guide, first published in 1971 and now in its 9th edition.

We invite you to check out Brian's Canadian Rockies Hiking Blog - this particular post happens to be about Gem Trek maps :), but we trust you'll find lots of other interesting posts about hiking in Banff, Jasper, Yoho, Kootenay and Waterton Lakes national parks, as well as in Kananaskis Country.

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Last update: Aug. 20, 2014

Maps for the Canadian Rockies
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