Our popular map showing the recreational hiking trails in the mountains within the urban area of Metro Vancouver, but outside of its urbanized limits, continues into its most recent printing with an additional government topo map on the reverse side showing the full extent of the mountainous expanse of the Coastal Range that comes right into Vancouver. We are truly blessed as a city to be located in a sheltered bay of the ocean, with towering mountains looking after us. Trails cut by early settlers, by Boy Scouts, and by hiking enthusiasts, have been enjoyed for decades. I first mapped these trails in the mid-1980s, and we have kept the information as accurate and up to date as possible for more than two decades and six editions. The addition of the regional map makes the map more useful to users, as it covers the Sunshine Coast, the mountains north of Whistler, and the wilderness roads throughout the entire region, as far east as Agassiz, which won’t mean much except to locals, but extends a hundred kilometers east of Vancouver.