This could be a 5 star app with just a few improvements. I’m a paid subscriber and I have been using Trails Off-road for years. The worst part about the app is that it does not let you delete states that you have saved for offline use. The other thing is downloading of maps takes FOREVER. I’m on home gigabit Wi-Fi and still takes forever to update maps. Lastly the Apple Car Play interface (while nice to have) is quite worthless. The only info it gives you is your dot on a map that’s it. No waypoints, distances, map info, nothing. Just a dot on an unlabeled worthless map.
I LOVE trails off-road! I just wish the fix would hurry and come out! My app crashes after awhile, I made IT aware of it, but still waiting on the update that will fix it! 😢
I’ve been using it for the past several years now and thought it was the best app for off-roading until recently. It constantly crashes and now it keeps telling me I’m offline when I’m connected to Wi-Fi. It has almost become so unstable that I’m probably not going to renew my subscription later this year. I really don’t want to have to back to one of the competitors but I may have no choice.
With CarPlay support, OnX has been deleted! This is the one go to app for off-roading. Most trails, best context, best trail ratings, etc. It really is complete now!
This app is primarily for west off road maps. There are a few trails east but absolutely zero trails listed in Kentucky near Red River Gorge. There are many open national forest trails in Kentucky and this app has none of them. Other than that, it’s informative and good for planning trips.
Just very easy to use and all the information you would need or want to know is there, Would recommend to anyone especially beginners.
If you’re as fickle as I am about maps and up-to-date route information, then you cannot go wrong with this app. TrailsOffroad is to the 4x4 community as TrailForks is to the mountain biking/hiking community. LOVE the integration with Gaia GPS and I USE BOTH when on the trail. More than happy to subscribe to this app! Can’t wait to see how they continue to improve it! Also a big shout-out to those on the trail mapping team for continually updating and adding trails. You are appreciated!
The thing that sets trails off-road from the competition is the extreme detail of each mapped trail. I have both Gaia and OnX but I tend to use trails off-road as my main because it prepares me better than any other. You have detailed routes and an accurate rating system that shows a trails obstacles, points of interest, available camping spots, and various attributes. I know exactly what to expect on a trail and anything I need to be prepared. All in all a must have for anyone trying to explore more trails.
The best source of the latest conditions for many trails in CO in my experience. The connection with Gaia is great to reference personal waypoints with current trail details. Developers are very responsive and fast to fix things. One thing I wish is that previously selected offline data automatically redownloaded or there was a notification to prompt downloading after clearing app data or reinstalling.
Has virtually no trails east of Colorado. No KAT, no GA traverse, etc. Seems like a solid app but useless without trails…