This app defies logic. I wanted to try it first before paying for it. I dunno if all features are turned off in the free version, but if the experience I had with the free version is any indication avoid this at all costs. I wasted on entire hiking day thanks to this app. I got the app and downloaded a hiking path that someone provided along with the map. After reaching the start point, I was not able to pull up the map or trail as I was offline! Duh!!! So I drove half hour found WiFi got the map and without closing the app went back. I couldn’t find any logical way to “follow” the hike I had downloaded nor would it display my location in the map and after switching a few screens could not find the hiking trail as I was offline. Wow. Glad I did not pay any money. Has this developer heard of offline mode? Do they realize that cell service most likely does not exist in remote areas? Well anyway just avoid this app. Look elsewhere
My primary hiking area is Mammoth Cave in Kentucky. There are over 50 trails in the area. This app lists 1 and does not even have the name of the actual trail listed.
Hard to search and doesn’t show well known trails. Useless.
I want to delete this app
App won’t work??? I created profile and every time I log in it says account has not been activated to follow emailed link they sent. The link just takes me to the same login screen and tells me account not activated....
Seems you don't get access to any trails, not even a limited number, with the free version. If you only want to see what trails users have put in than it's fine (tho because users create the trail there are many repeats and not much info, similar to Mapmywalk). Not worth having on the phone tho.
Great app. I have used extensively for hiking and kayaking... particularly in Europe. Sending trails and routes to my Garmin Felix is a breeze.
Yet another app that makes you go through a ridiculous sign-up process just to surprise you afterwards saying you have to pay. No thanks, doing this stuff is annoying as hell.
It was really my best friends in mountaineering