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I found a mention of Kiangan here: http://books.google.com.ph/books?id=WInyBgZA45sC&pg=PT203&lpg=PT203#v=onepage&q&f=false You might want to liaise directly with those from Kiangan, here are some tour guides and their mobile numbers - http://kiangan.gov.ph/?page_id=1118
The Fédération québécoise de la marche, a non-profit that promotes hiking in Quebec, lists shelters on its site and Facebook page (http://www.fqmarche.qc.ca/ and https://www.facebook.com/pages/F%C3%A9d%C3%A9ration-qu%C3%A9b%C3%A9coise-de-la-marche/138582999548977).
You will find plenty of small unpaved roads and hiking trails in Central Europe. OpenStreetMap as suggested by Gilles is one possibility, the other are excellent maps (what do you need are so-called topographic maps). You can acquire them in any bigger town in cartographic shops, there are also often maps given by the tourist information (hiking trails, ...
OpenStreetMap is pretty complete in Europe (at least in the parts I'm familiar with), even when it comes to footpaths. It can be downloaded freely (there are smartphone apps to download the data and browse the map offline). However, as an aid to hiking, it's lacks critical information for many locations. In particular, there's no elevation. There's no ...
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