Virtual Outdoor Adventures Digital Guidebook Titles:



Bike Vancouver

Cycling routes around Vancouver's Lower Mainland



Indian Arm Explorer

Hiking & Kayaking around Indian Arm, Vancouver



Stanley Park and Vancouver

Vancouver and Stanley Park: Attractions, walking trails and photographic souvenir

KVR digital guidebook

An interactive guide to the Kettle Valley Railway between Kelowna and Penticton


Coming soon.....Kamloops Explorer

Bike Vancouver ! .................Cycling routes around Vancouver's Lower Mainland

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With new bike lanes on the Golden Ears, Pitt River, Burrard and Canada Line bridges, the newly expanded network of Greenways, and now this guide telling you how to link it all together it has never been a better time to be a cyclist in Metro Vancouver. From Horseshoe Bay to Maple Ridge and Deep Cove to Tsawwassen these 700+km of bike routes allow cyclists to discover the fabulous trails in their own back yards, or explore parts of the city you never though accessible by bike.

With a wide selection of paved, dirt and gravel paths, and the ability to create custom routes of any length, the perfect trip for any level of rider and for any occasion is at your fingertips. Follow the Trans Canada Trail and circle Stanley Park and False Creek. See the majesty of Capilano and Lynn Canyons, or experience the peace of Burns Bog and Barnston Island.Visit the




wineries and migratory bird sanctuary of Westham Island, or follow the PoCo Trail around the Tri-Cities. See the Fraser River, Georgia Strait and the Olympic Oval from Richmond's Dyke Trails. Explore the popular trails of Old Colony Farm, Deer Lake and Watershed Parks.

Whether your goal is exploration, transportation, exercise or seeing the wonders of the Lower Mainland as more than a blur through a car window this guide is for you.

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Indian Arm Explorer ............Hiking & Kayaking around Indian Arm, Vancouver

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Cutting deep into the Coast Range Mountains, Indian Arm is Vancouver’s very own “local fjord”, and offers a wealth of exploration opportunities to kayakers and boaters alike. Visitors to these (relatively) sheltered waters will experience rocky islands, cascading waterfalls, secluded beaches, camping spots, quaint oceanfront dwellings and a wealth of marine wildlife.

Souring over the western flanks of Indian Arm is Mount Seymour. A ski resort in winter and a hiking haven in summer, Mount Seymour offers hikers an extensive trail system, ranging from easy lake side rambles right through to challenging high mountain routes. Hikes here are typically rewarded with magnificent views out over the Coast Mountains and Greater





Vancouver. Buntzen Lake lies to the east of Indian Arm. The hills and mountains surrounding

Buntzen Lake contain some of the best hiking trails in the Tri-Cities vicinity. Eagle Mountain rises above the eastern shore of Buntzen Lake and the connected mountain ridges stretch from the upper suburbs of Westwood Plateau in Coquitlam to the northern reaches of Indian Arm. These mountains provide access to rugged wilderness hiking within a stone’s throw of the Tri-Cities.

This digital guidebook takes you through all of these areas, with detailed coverage of over 250km of hiking trails and kayaking routes. Plan a short afternoon ramble or a multi-day backpack – the choice is yours!

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What's Included:

  • Over 250km of hiking and kayaking routes.
  • 58cm x 78cm double sided topo map showing all the routes.
  • GPS output capability and GPS background map for use on compatible Garmin GPS models.
  • Advanced trip planning software which allows you to create your own custom pdf trip plans.
  • Hundreds of high resolution digital photos.
  • Thousands of route variations.
  • Ability to print your own maps.
  • A library of sample trips.
  • Windows and Mac compatibility.
  • Virtual exploration of Indian Arm and its surrounding mountains.


Indian Arm Explorer images:

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Paper Map (2 sides)

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Example Trip Plan (click to open)

Example Trip Plan Trip Plan Croker Island

Trans-Canada Trail Explorer: Myra Station to Penticton

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The section of the Trans-Canada Trail that runs from Myra Canyon to Penticton follows the old Kettle Valley Railway line and is both spectacular and diverse. It offers hikers and cyclists of all abilities the opportunity to easily enjoy this beautiful region of the Okanagan.






The route from North to South is predominately downhill and can be cycled in a leisurely two days, or in an energetic single day. Alternatively, certain sections of the route make ideal one-day outings.

Landscapes vary from lush forest through to dry desert, and picturesque views out over Okanagan Lake are abundant. The 12km section west of Myra station is world renowned for its 18 Trestles. Mostly destroyed in the devastating Okanagan Mountain Park Fire of 2003, these Trestles have now been restored back to their former glory. Other highlights include the magnificent Bellevue Trestle, the cool clear waters of Chute Lake, Rock Ovens Park, Tunnels, and a multitude of Cliffs, Creeks and Canyons. The large portions of this region that were affected by the 2003 forest fire give a firsthand appreciation of the devastating power of fire, whilst also showing nature’s amazing ability to recover and regenerate.

The DVD-ROM covers the whole area from Kelowna to Penticton in fine detail, enabling you to plan and prepare for your trip, be it an afternoon excursion or the full 2-day outing from end to end. The DVD-ROM provides maps, photos and route descriptions, including all the main access points to the trail heads. Custom trip plans can be created and printed for you to take out onto the trail. Alternatively, your trip plans can be uploaded to your mobile device if you have one. The DVD-ROM includes waypoint and tracking data for all the routes, and these can be uploaded to a handheld GPS unit… there is no excuse for getting lost! A full list of product features can be found by call us ( volume discount)

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The rich abundance of photography included in this DVD-ROM also makes it an ideal souvenir for those people who have already done all or some of the route. The ability to virtually explore this area on your PC or Mac allows you re-live the experiences of your trip. Maybe you have done the trip, but the photos were no good? This DVD-ROM offers you a rescue from that situation!

This area of the Okanagan has an abundance of Bed and Breakfast, Vineyards, Wineries and restaurants. So there is plenty of opportunity to relax with a glass of wine and a fine meal once your cycling or walking is done! Many of the local restaurants, wineries and Bed and Breakfasts are included in our DVD-ROM (as interactive links) enabling you better plan your non-energetic activities.

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