*Mirror Site* Jeffrey McMurtrie's Algonquin Canoe Map *Mirror Site*
Here you can download the Large JPEG version of the map. The version I'd recommend for modern computers.
It weighs in at a heafty 101Mb. Click HERE to download the map(right click to save to your desktop). For more info and legal stuff, the main site cn be reached HERE.
Vintage Algonquin Park Maps
This section provides links to vintage Algonquin Park maps, that are deemed public domain under Section(s) 12 and 6.1 of the Canadian Copyright Act. Many Thanks goes out to Jeffrey McMurtrie for loaning out the maps. Scanning and subsequent image processing by Mark Rubino. Maps posted here are freely available to everyone. Please feel free to mirror any maps, to help reduce the load on the server hosting markinthepark.com.
1922 CNR Algonquin Park Map 1922 CNR Algonquin Map - Back(Travel Guide)
Actual Size - JPEG - 26.79MB Download Actual Size - JPEG - 35.84MB Download
Half Size - JPEG - 7.31MB Download Half Size - JPEG - 8.11MB Download
1946 Algonquin Park Area Map - Chief Geographer's Office, Surveys and Engineering Division 1946
JPEG - 8.74MB Download
White Partridge Express 2006 Video
A 9min35sec video depicting a trip into Algonquin Park's east side.
The video is availible in 3 sizes; Windows users might need to download
Quicktime, in order to view the video.
Quicktime Download for Windows users.
High Speed Internet: 640x360, 30fps, 103mb Download
iPod Format(Zipped File): 320x180, 30fps, 40.5mb Download
Medium Bandwidth: 320x180, 15fps, 21mb Download
An Algonquin Christmas - A Short Poem By Mark Rubino
Click Here to download the mp3(1.1mb)
Algonquin Park Man Video
"Bo Knows", a regular personality on "Algonquin Adventures.com", has re-written the song, "I've been Everywhere Man".
The song familiar to many will delight you, as Bo sings his song, with an Algonquin twist.
Below are dowload links of the video, .wmv versions have been provided to accomidate PC users.
iPod Format, zipped file(.m4v): 320x180, 30fps, 8.2mb Download
Quicktime small(.mov, for dial-up users): 160x90, 10fps, 1.5mb Download
Windows Media Video (.wmv): 320x180, 30fps, 9.2mb Download
Windows Media Video small(.wmv, for dial-up users): 160x90, 10fps, 1.5mb Download
In August 2008, "Bo Knows" recorded an extended version of his Algonquin Park version of "I've been everywhere man".
The video shot on location in Algonquin Park on Kingscote Lake, is available in two flavours. ".wmv" format for PC users, and another in iPod Touch format.
Below are download links of the video.
2008 Version: Windows Media Video (.wmv): 320x176, 30fps, 8.6mb Download
2008 Version: iPod Touch Format (.mp4): 480x272, 30fps, 15.6mb Download