This map encompasses the road network in the most populated areas of the region and contains an English-language legend for reading the map symbols. Visitors to this French-speaking province of Canada can add a note of adventure to their stay with the many points of interest, parks and recreational sites indicated on the map. Michelin #760.
1 sheet, folded.
New atlas! Quebec and Ontario Travel Atlas. Scales vary. ITMB, 2016.
ITMB presents in a compact atlas format the ideal way for visitors to explore two very different but at the same time two very similar societies that have been closely linked for more than 400 years. It includes Niagara Falls, Toronto, the Thousand Islands, Cottage Country, Ottawa, Montreal and the Laurentians, Quebec City and the North Shore, the Eastern Townships and the unsurpassable Gaspe Peninsula. All in one volume!
New map! Southern Quebec Road Map. 1:850,000. ITMB, 2016.
Side one concentrates on the region north of Montreal, and includes the Canadian Shield region of Abitibi. The second side follows the St. Lawrence River eastward to Quebec City, where one can continue eastward on the north shore for hundreds of kilometers or cross over an enormous bridge to the south shore and do essentially the same; ending up in the picturesque Gaspe Peninsula!
Front of the Southern Quebec travel map. Reverse of the Southern Quebec travel map.