New ATV and Snowmobile Trail Overlays from Backroad Mapbooks

Iphone screens displaying ATV and Snowmobile trail overlays side by side

Snowmobile trails (left) and ATV trails (right)

Known for its remote wilderness, deep winters, and endless backroads, Canada offers a trail for every type of adventurer. Now, thanks to Backroad Mapbooks (BRMB), snowmobilers and ATVers can access over 150k miles of trail maps using Gaia GPS. Color-coded trails make it easy to distinguish which trails allow your vehicle for quick planning and navigating.

This addition to Gaia GPS’s growing catalog of Canada maps allows ATVers and snowmobilers to plan the best routes using a powerful collection of over 25 overlays.

ATV and Snowmobile Trail Overlays

The BRMB ATV Trails overlay includes 69,000 miles of trails across Canada for ATVs, OHVs (Off-Highway Vehicles), motorcycles, and four-wheel-drive vehicles. The BRMB Snowmobile Trails overlay includes 90,000 miles of snowmobile trails across Canada, from BC to Newfoundland.

Color-coded trails make it easy to distinguish from multi-use, ATV and snowmobile trails. Like all Gaia GPS overlays, the ATV and Snowmobile overlays have an adjustable transparency, according to your preference.

Adjust overlay transparency

Whether you’re exploring the powder fields of British Colombia or ATVing the remote Rocky Mountain Foothills of Alberta, download these two overlays to discover new trails, pinpoint your location, and always be prepared.

Access Gaia GPS’s Full Canada Catalog

The two new layers are part of Gaia GPS’s growing catalog of Canada and BRMB Adventure overlays including; Canada Topo, BRMB Base Layer, BRMB Multi-Use trails, Wildfires and Timber Harvest overlays. Be sure to try them out and stay tuned for more updates coming from Gaia GPS and BRMB soon.

You can also read more on Snowmobile and ATV Trails overlays on the BRMB blog.

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About Laura Friedland

Laura joined the Marketing Team in September 2019 to support Gaia GPS’s community management and user engagement. Previously, Laura worked as a snow reporter in Vermont and as an Account Manager at Verde Brand Communications in Boulder, Colorado. She’s an avid traveler and recently returned from riding her bicycle from Medellin, Colombia to the southern tip of Chile. While she’s not plugging away at work, you can find her navigating backcountry ski routes in Colorado and riding her bike offroad around the world.