Great app for finding trails. Would be event better if it had a navigation option.
Superior in every way!!
It’s a great app but it’s not worth $30 a year.
Offline maps are only 5 miles... even after paying for premium. It is a map app for DRIVING and it can only save 5 miles offline. You can go full potato and save larger maps in potato resolution. Files can’t exceed 2MB either... that would be cool in 1997. *response to developer response* That fact that I would have make dozens of tiny maps is the very problem. It’s a driving map app, driver should not have to load a new map every 7 minutes or dig through maps to see what turn to make next, etc. It’s insane that your company calls this acceptable.
Love this site easy to use, great for RZR trips in Arizona
Love this app, did john bull to mottino without any service or knowing the area because of this app
Bought the app and haven’t been more happy with a trail map. Offline downloading works nice. Being able to pin locations and color coordinate is a big help. Plus the trails mapped out are really easy to see and plan a route. It is still a decent idea to have Gaia to cross reference with with a Nat geo map to see if a trail is gated or is actually accessible. Love that there are updates coming out with additional trails and info for areas. Very nice that the community can add photos and recent trail conditions to maps out trails so anyone looking to do popular trails and research before planning a trip. Only thing I’m hoping to see be added is the ability for the app to be used on a CarPlay radio. Currently just have it on my phone mounted to by dash but if it could be on the radio would be very convenient. Still a 10/10 app and wouldn’t be able to explore as much without it and know I’m going somewhere I won’t be let down by.
We just got into off-roading and this app helps us find trails to ride, sights to see, and most importantly, whether or not the trail is on public land. The information that onX provides is crucial to planning a trip, and the 3D feature allows us to get a bird’s eye view of what we’re getting into before we actually get there. We save our maps for offline use because most of the areas we go lack cell reception, so this is a must. We love it.