Gaia GPS Hiking, Offroad Maps

Gaia GPS Hiking, Offroad Maps

Gaia GPS Hiking, Offroad Maps

By TrailBehind

  • Category: Navigation
  • Release Date: 2017-05-22
  • Current Version: 2020.7
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 155.82 MB
  • Developer: TrailBehind
  • Compatibility: iOS 11.0+
Score: 4.82
4.82
From 9,724 Ratings

Description

Navigate, track, and explore with Gaia GPS. Millions of people worldwide have used Gaia GPS to hike, hunt, camp, ski, and explore the backroads. Gaia GPS has been featured in countless publications, including Outside, Backpacker, Trail Runner, the New York Times, and numerous App Store features. ►► Backpacking Gaia GPS started as a backpacking app. Download topo and satellite maps for offline use. Use intelligent routing tools to plan trips, and measure distance, altitude, and elevation change. View your route using comprehensive backpacking maps, including up-to-date weather forecasts. ►► Day Hiking Both a hiking navigation app and a platform for finding hikes, Gaia GPS helps you discover your next adventure. Use the Discover tab to find hikes and nearby trails, and download maps and hike info to your phone for offline use. ►► Camping and Overlanding Gaia GPS helps you find a campsite on the road, or deep in the backcountry. As a camping app, Gaia GPS delivers public land data to help you stay legal, maps with campsites, parks, and forests, as well as weather overlays. Mark waypoints to create custom camping maps, plus reference road maps and Motor Vehicle Use Maps (MVUM) to plot overland, 4x4, and off-roading routes. Use Gaia GPS in your car's dash via Apple CarPlay. ►► Backcountry Skiing and Mountaineering Apply slope-angle shading and 24-, 48-,and 72-hour Snowfall and Precipitation Forecast overlays to create custom backcountry skiing maps, plan tours, and avoid avalanche terrain. As a backcountry skiing app, Gaia GPS helps you find powder and stay safe on the slopes. ►► Hunting Driven by hunters on the team, Gaia GPS has become a top hunting app. Build custom hunting maps that include public land designations, private land ownership, and state-by-state hunting units. ►► Mountain Biking Go farther, faster by mounting Gaia GPS to your handlebars for hands-free navigation. Access mountain biking trail maps on both public and private land. Gaia GPS is a great mtb app for deep exploration. ►► Professional Use: Firefighters, Search and Rescue teams, Land Manager, GIS Techs, and Guides Gaia GPS is the preferred nav app for outdoor professionals. Quickly route to GPS coordinates, plot fire perimeters, view recent wildfires, and share maps, tracks, and waypoints with your team. Guides can mark routes, campsites, and water sources, and share hard-to-find approaches and descents with clients and fellow guides. ►► Membership Levels Free Level - You'll be limited to the default map source, and you won't be able to download maps for offline use. Member Level - As a Member, you can download a worldwide catalog of topo, road, and satellite maps. Premium Member Level - As a Premium Member, you also get access to these map sources: • NatGeo Trails Illustrated (including Appalachian Trail, Colorado Trail, and John Muir Trail maps) • ESRI World Satellite Imagery • NOAA weather forecasts • Current and Historical Wildfires • US Private Land Ownership (including owner names and addresses for parcels) • US Hunting Layers (including GMUs, public land, and recent fires) • US Public Land (BLM, Forests, more) • US Motor Vehicle Use Maps (MVUMs) • Hill-shading, contour-line, slope-angle, and other overlays • Backroads Mapbooks Canada • France IGN • Swiss Topo ► To manage your subscription: • TURN OFF auto-renewal via the main Settings app: http://support.apple.com/kb/ht4098 • Subscriptions automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Your iTunes account will be charged for renewal within 24 hours of the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal. • Your iTunes Account will be charged at confirmation of purchase. • Visit the following URL to view our Privacy Policy: http://www.gaiagps.com/gaiacloud-terms/ • Visit the following URL for full terms of use: http://www.gaiagps.com/terms_of_use

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Reviews

Privacy and folders are bad

3
Want to make sure everyone on the planet knows where your secret fishing hole is? Keeping data private is like not walking on trip wires at night. They just want your data. Want to organize your waypoints once your at a comfy computer screen? Play the “how many times can you click” game as you painfully move every single waypoint into a folder. Want to export to your data with notes and pictures? Well who really wants that to be easy.... I really do like the basics of this app; but working wit
By Warren MacEvoy

Elevation?

3
Pros: Love the topos and offline/cell capabilities. Cons: Elevation data is inaccurate compared to GPS Kit app & Garmin 62s. Graph is often clipped at top. Even when it isn’t, studying the graph shows more elevation gain than the corresponding data produced. Haven’t discovered how to drop a waypoint if that is possible. Prefer to edit hikes on a lap top to review data and create a track with waypoints to be used in future. Conclusion: still evaluating for usefulness for navigating hikes.
By Ravin' mad

Gaia GPS Works Best

5
Thank you for continuing to improve Gaia GPS. You have justified my faith as a 5 year premium subscriber. I would like more categories for tracks/routes/maps. 1. Walking along pathways is very popular now. 2. ATV/UTV trails are often different from dirt bikes. Canoeing/kayaking. Sorting views/maps) by size (MB), would be useful. Please keep up the good work!
By Wyoming Man

Ideal for aspiring backcountry climbers

5
Have been using this fantastic app along with a solar panel for multi day trips in the PNW with no problems for over a year now. From remote down river trips where missing beaches would have ruined the day to trying to rediscover a remote boulder, Gaia’s functions have been simply and have not failed me once. I only wish I could purchase a lifelong item vs the subscription service!
By drkreiger

Life Saver!

5
Thank you Gaia GPS!!!
By Alex Cast

The ONLY Choice

5
Gaia is one of those unicorn apps that renders all competing products utterly useless. Now, with the proliferation of waterproof phones, even a handheld, standalone GPS unit from the traditional manufacturers are silly in comparison. Gaia is fast, easy to navigate and continuously improves in their product. They have tracking capability but also trail auto-routing in some cases. I use this app almost every day and I’m amazed at the small features and capabilities I confuse finding. Their mapping overlays are incredible both in detail and selection. Using the overlays one can find any number of unique areas or special, hidden locations. With a product like Gaia I wonder why any other GPS/mapping solution even exists.. Keep up the good work guys!
By Gpsjake

Horrible to navigate

1
This app is no good. I thought after paying 20$ I would get more features but after paying for the 20$ membership it removed 5 layers from the maps I had available and now I can only view 2 map layers and it won’t let me add the old layers back. So I paid 20$ to lose features and maps with no response from support. Spend your money elsewhere
By Kreegeg

Excellent product and support

5
I’ve been hiking and using gps devices for years. Without a doubt GAIA is excellent, easy to use and best of all, excellent support. Do nit hesitate to try and buy.
By Hjay9

Lousy

2
This app doesn't work! Apple watch works much better.
By Winht

Incredible GPS

5
UPDATE: I only had one suggestion in my original review and it turns out the developer already fixed it in the most recent update. I would give this app more than 5 stars if I could! ORIGINAL REVIEW: I’ve tried a lot of GPS apps and this is hands -down the best one I’ve ever found for backcountry use. The only improvement I’d suggest is adding the option to ignore the phone’s dark mode setting. I much prefer the iOS interface in dark mode but find the dark Gaia map pretty difficult to read in most circumstances.
By nwmtnguy

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