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Hiking Аpps

Discussion in 'Other Camping' started by WilliamV, May 3, 2016.

  1. WilliamV

    WilliamV Novice Camper

    My wifе аnd I wеnt оn thе first оf whаt I hоpе is а wееkly hiking trip. Thеrе аrе sо mаny trаils еithеr in tоwn оr just оut оf tоwn аnd it is suсh gооd еxеrсisе thаt IMО it is сrаzy nоt tо tаkе аdvаntаgе.

    Аnywаy, I fоund thе Аlltrаils аpp аnd it sееms prеtty gооd but I wаs wоndеring whаt (if аny) hiking аpps yоu guys usе аnd wоuld rесоmеnd.
  2. Faust

    Faust Explorer

    Agreed! The green space in my city is about 22 times larger than Central Park in New York. I want to say it's something like 88 KM of continuous trails.

    I use Canada Topo Maps Pro (there is a US version too) for all my offline topographic maps, has some really good map layers and depicts features that no other map (such as Google's) layer shows, like long abandoned logging roads so it's great for getting educated on the area I will be in.

    Hiking Route Planner Pro is now 100% free, seems like an OK app as you can draw your own path, it'll give stats of your route/trip such as time, elevation gain/loss etc. I haven't actually used it as I'm not big on gadgets/electronics.
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  3. campforums

    campforums Founder Staff Member

    Thanks for the recommendation @Faust, I will check them out and maybe make a discussion about various camping apps I have tried
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