Maps and Guides


A handy map for the Elaho to Meager hiking trail in Squamish and Lil'wat First Nation Territory, north of Squamish, BC. This trail is twenty-two kilometres long, every bit of it built by Wilderness Committee volunteers. The trail takes from two to four days to traverse, is snow-free and open during the summer months.

Map published in 2002 by the Wilderness Committee.



The Forest Recreation Guide was produced by the Squamish Nation Guardian Project to promote preservation and forest recreation in Squamish Nation traditional territory. All proceeds from the sale of these maps are used to maintain forest recreation sites and trails. This very detailed two colour map, printed on both sides, shows Squamish Nation Wild Spirit Places and how to get to recreation sites.

Queen Charlotte Islands - Cumshewa Head Trail, Aleta Karstad and John Wood

This book lets you travel from your armchair to the Queen Charlotte Islands, discovering the sights and sounds of the North Moresby Wilderness. Enjoy Aleta Karstad's journal and watercolour illustrations. Let John Wood's hiking information prepare you for the actual hiking experience.

Printed on recycled paper. 32 pages, 9"x 6", black and white illustrations and text.
ISBN 1-894123-00-3. On sale!

Stein Valley Wilderness Guidebook 2nd edition, Gordon White

The long-awaited revised edition of the comprehensive guide to one of BC's most popular wilderness parks. Included are 50 detailed trail and route descriptions, as well as extensive information on the natural and cultural history of this ecologically diverse watershed. ISBN 978-0-9694618-4

Robson Valley Ecoguide, By Save-the-Cedar League

A hiking guide to Robson Valley, BC's ancient inland rainforest where you will find spectacular landscapes and record-size ancient red-cedars with unique biodiversity. This pocket book is filled with over 25 photos, checklists of animals, several maps and big tree site locations.