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Gaia GPS: Hiking, Offroad Maps

Gaia GPS: Hiking, Offroad Maps

TrailBehind Inc.

Plan, navigate, and stay safer in the woods. Topo maps and trails for hikers.

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  • img Community
    It can be easy to get a little lost in a 100-acre forest, and that can quickly turn into a bigger problem if you're not careful. Ever since a friend recommend Gaia to me, I haven't stopped using it. Gaia allows me to download several different types of maps, and use them offline with GPS location as a wonderful back up to tradition navigation skills
    img by David
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    A runaway will do whatever they can to stay hidden from those who are looking for them. If they are near a wooded area or the mountains, those 2 places would be where the search team should look. This app can guide you through these areas safely so you have an advantage when trying to find a missing person.
    img by Charles
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    I have spent well over 2 hours searching for trailheads many times. However, after downloading Gaia, I almost always find the trailhead right away. If I do have trouble finding a path, there are helpful trip reports to refer to as well.
    img by Sharon
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    The mountains of Colorado are not for the faint of heart. With winding trails and peaks standing at well over 14,000 ft, it is easy to get lost. An accurate and reliable GPS app geared towards hikers and mountaineers is something you should not forget.
    img by John
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    Find and explore over 190 hiking trails in Hawaii with this tool. Download trail maps for offline use. Sort hikes by length, difficulty, and star rating. Record and add photos to tracks you discover. View community sourced-photos and read reviews by previous hikers.
    img by Steve
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    The key to a successful hike is knowing exactly where you're going. Being adventurous is great, but getting lost in the middle of the wilderness can be dangerous. Gaia GPS has over 250 map sources feeding into its platform, ensuring that you'll get detailed directions wherever you are.
    img by Antonio
    1 month ago
  • img Community
    Instead of staying limited to the 2 or 3 trails that you already know, why not branch out to some new destinations with the help of detailed off-road trail maps?
    img by Antonio
    1 week ago
  • img Expert
    1. Ideal for: Hikers, backpackers, hunters, offroaders, mountain bikers, backcountry skiers, firefighters, guides, & other serious outdoor adventurers
    2. Easy sync feature backs up your photos, maps, and checkpoints to all your mobile devices
    3. Customize it! Choose historic or classic print view for your map experience, then personalize it with geo-tagged photos of your own explorations

    Reviewed by Kaylin on April 11, 2018

  • Nov 18, 2021

    By ArchAngel 603
    I use this app 999% of the time while I'm off road. There's option such as public tracks but is only available in web browser and limited public tracks info. If we are paying as much as we are for the Pro plan then give us all the options 100% for our phones/iPads. Also, no property owner info as well as weather info. (Such as OnX) Other than that, app is pretty solid. Don't stop at 99% for your customers who pay premium money that will have to revert to another app to find out more info.
  • Best GPS and map source available and has been for many years.. Oct 12, 2019

    By ChaseW12
    I got this app about 10 years ago and I have loved it the upgrades have continued to improve it very well. I would not go with any other app out there I have tried other ones like x hunt and I did not like it. It is years behind this app. You get the personal property lines and public with this app, lots of layers that you can overlay and download. My entire family and extended family got this app too and they love it as well. Don’t waste your time or money with one of the other apps. This one is the way to go. Best app available. And I use this all the time not just once a year while hunting. I use it for hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, snowmobiling, horse pack trips around the farm... the tracking ability is very accurate and doesn’t drain my battery. I turn off my cellular data and all that and use it to track and it goes all day with out killing my battery and I have a 3 year old I phone. This is the only app that I would recommend especially because I have tried about 20 other ones over the years and this is the one I stick with. The subscription is worth every penny as well. Don’t worry you get your money’s worth with this app. They have an amazing app.
  • Nov 18, 2021

    By ArchAngel 603
    I use this app 999% of the time while I'm off road. There's option such as public tracks but is only available in web browser and limited public tracks info. If we are paying as much as we are for the Pro plan then give us all the options 100% for our phones/iPads. Also, no property owner info as well as weather info. (Such as OnX) Other than that, app is pretty solid. Don't stop at 99% for your customers who pay premium money that will have to revert to another app to find out more info.
  • Best GPS and map source available and has been for many years.. Oct 12, 2019

    By ChaseW12
    I got this app about 10 years ago and I have loved it the upgrades have continued to improve it very well. I would not go with any other app out there I have tried other ones like x hunt and I did not like it. It is years behind this app. You get the personal property lines and public with this app, lots of layers that you can overlay and download. My entire family and extended family got this app too and they love it as well. Don’t waste your time or money with one of the other apps. This one is the way to go. Best app available. And I use this all the time not just once a year while hunting. I use it for hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, snowmobiling, horse pack trips around the farm... the tracking ability is very accurate and doesn’t drain my battery. I turn off my cellular data and all that and use it to track and it goes all day with out killing my battery and I have a 3 year old I phone. This is the only app that I would recommend especially because I have tried about 20 other ones over the years and this is the one I stick with. The subscription is worth every penny as well. Don’t worry you get your money’s worth with this app. They have an amazing app.
  • Importing back country camping zones Jun 3, 2021

    By runningslowman
    I use the Gaia iPhone app almost exclusively to plan my adventures, and I rely on it constantly while hiking to stay oriented and on plan. It gives me the peace of mind to tackle trips I would otherwise not feel comfortable attempting. For planning I use the app literally hours each day: route creating, adjusting, recreating; adding waypoints for important, interesting things to note while hiking; relying on the included interactive trail lines and the various map layers to design accurate, safe trips. It is by far the most important tool in my hiking toolbox. Even though I’ve gotten quite good at using the app, I’m continually finding new and amazing things it can do. For instance, I’m planning a backpacking trip to Denali where backcountry camping is regulated by zones and quotas. The National Park Service has a wonderful paper map that shows these zones. I found that their website allowed me to download a data file of the zones and to my delight I discovered the Gaia app easily imported them along with included metadata. What an amazing planning feature. I have many other examples of how I use the app but will save them for future reviews. Don’t think twice: buy the pro version and use it, use it, use it.
  • Hands down the best digital map app ever created Sep 16, 2021

    By runnerboy13
    I have been a power user of GPS devices and digital maps since the earliest handheld GPS units long before smartphones. I’ve used them extensively for exploring and hunting throughout the western US, Canada, Alaska, and a little in Africa and Europe. I’ve used most of the popular mapping apps. Until Gaia came along we had to rely on a certain app to obtain land ownership status which is important for hunting and hiking access in the western states. But the other app was weak in so many other ways. Gaia solves these problems and much more. The suite of map layers is unparalleled. Game management units, USFS, roads and trails, satellite, numerous topo maps, private and government lands, parcel ownership data, Nat Geo Trails Illustrated, and much more. It’s all there. And exceptionally easy to download and use. Super stable and simple to use. The tracking function works perfectly. Sharing of waypoints and tracks is simple and reliable. So many thoughtful and useful features. Gaia is simply a brilliant outdoor activity maps and GPS app. Regular updates make it better all the time too. Premium subscription is worth much more than it costs.
  • Oct 27, 2021

    By Dave Dibell
    This application kicks butt!! This is easy to use, takes a little practice to learn but is geared more for experienced users. Spend the time to learn it, you won't be disappointed. It will deliver everything you need and more. Its not hard for the weekend warriors, but the hard core guys will really appreciate its features!! Thank you Gaia!!!!
  • Nice but dated UI May 12, 2021

    By UnhappyInMichigan
    Firstly this app is useful and it’s convenient for what I need but seems so far behind alternatives like OnX when it comes to a clean and intuitive user interface. Almost like comparing DOS to modern day Windows. If I didn’t already pay for this one I’d switch, but since I have it, I’d like to help make it better. There needs to be better graphics in general and more customization options for waypoints when you click on them. It also really bugs me that you can’t just select waypoints already on the map… you have to click near it and it drops a giant new waypoint, and then it brings up nearby points and you can select your pre-saved waypoint below... good lord that’s unnecessarily complicated. PLEASE, get rid of the waypoint with one click.. it’s such a bad design. At least make it a selectable option in settings? I get the intent but it doesn’t need to be THAT easy to add a waypoint. Adding a waypoint SHOULD be a long press on the map, or just by using the (+) button - not just a simple click on the map, that way people can just tap on pre-existing waypoints/pins/trails and bring up their information without having to constantly clear out a newly placed pin every... single.. time I click on the map. This seems like such a simple fix and would make the app about 1000x better and less annoying. Thanks
  • It’s pretty good, but has its quirks Mar 13, 2020

    By frogpose
    I’ve used this app for navigation and data collection on a few projects as a field biologist. It’s got a lot of good points, but also could use some improvements. The good: overall it’s intuitive to use , especially the data collection. I love how easy it is to organize data in folders (except that you can’t remove a subfolder once you’ve put it in one). The graphics choices are very good. Importing and exporting files is also easy. It does kill my battery, but I expected that. My biggest complaint is that using a ruler to measure distance is annoying. You have to to into a menu and create a route. But this only allows you to measure between you and another point. In my opinion, one of the most important features of a navigation device is measuring distance! I would love to have the ruler as a tab by itself and that could be used to measure arbitrary points. Also, some of the base maps are old. Really old. One map I was using was at least 7 years old. And this is for the subscription version. Some of my coworkers wished that they’d stayed with the free version and felt that the paid upgrade wasn’t worth it. Once my subscription run out, I may try it with the free version to see if I like it.
  • Nov 5, 2021

    By Mark Weber
    Let's Keep Exploring! I love the smooth integration of my GAIA account acrossed PC, Android tablet & Android phone. Support was excellent at working through some bugs a couple years ago. I've been impressed ever since.
  • Great App with a couple minor issues Nov 26, 2018

    By The Strawman
    Let me start by saying I use a Premium Subscription and absolutely love this app and use it nearly daily for both work and recreation. I does so much that it has become a must for use with my fieldwork. My only complaints are the randomized coloring when importing tracks and the was area shapes are created. Using this app professionally, I often need all of my shapes to be specific colors or all one color. Often I can just quickly adjust them in the app, but when I have projects with hundreds of shapes this is no longer a viable option and is very frustrating. Simply allowing bulk adjustment would solve this problem for me. The second issue regarding creating areas is that often when I try to move the dots that adjust the area, it grabs the screen and tries to move it instead... sensitivity issue maybe? In any case, these issues are not deal breakers... I love this app and will continue to use it, but hope that these two simple things will be addressed in the future. I know I’m not the only one that would like to see this! Thanks for a great app!!!
  • Best GPS and hiking trail map app Oct 6, 2021

    By drlmwho
    I love this app because it doesn’t drain my precious cell phone battery and works great on airplane mode. We just finished a 4- day climb of Mt Whitney and Gaia performed so well! It oven had a map of the fires on the other side of the sierra ridge that I had downloaded before we left Whitney portal. I was able to photograph many locations along the trail and correlate them easily to their locations on the map. I love this aspect. There are a few improvements like making the photo UConn a little smaller and making the relationship between the map, the compas heading, and the direction of travel more intuitive, but it was probably me doing weird things like angling my phone up in the air etc etc Lovely app thanks!!! Had my topo map but never used it because Gaia was so good. This is the first time I’ve used it for an extended trip away from cell phone reception and I found it to perform better than expected. For over a year I’ve been mainly using it to record day hikes and keep track of my biking and running and hiking workouts.
  • Oct 25, 2021

    By blindeyeseesall
    If I depended on this app for survival I'd be dead. The app crashes constantly. Nearly every time it goes in the background it crashes. It even locks up my whole device. This happens on both devices I have it installed on. It locks up nearly every single time I do anything. Save a waypoint? Crash. Hit "Record" crash. Just sitting there doing nothing. Crash. The interface is not well laid out. When in portrait mode roughly 50% of the map is hidden by the buttons. The "Record" button and "Take picture" button are on both sides of the UI in portrait mode. Why are these buttons on the primary interface and why have them there twice? And there is a whole band of white space to left of the Search button. Why take up so much real estate on the interface and make it blank? On that note, the Distance and Ascent are also just taking up space on the UI unless the trip is being recorded. Why take up space on the interface when it's not being used? It is incredibly poor UI design. I want to see the map, not a bunch of unless buttons & white space. When saving an area, I can't resize the red square until I cancel out and try again. Still haven't figured out how to save any layers with a map that give any useful detail. The first time I used the "save map along route" option, I only got the roads I was traveling on. In a area that doesn't have cell reception and need to make a side trip - too bad I am now lost.
  • Nov 17, 2021

    By Tray Moraca
    App does not work on tablet, no login button to push after you put in your login information . stupid front end app error. Access to app maps and such rely on signing in. works on phone app. Should be the same but its not, several reinstalls but nothing to work with
  • Nov 2, 2021

    By Kasey Dockens
    I've used the premium app for environmental purposes for well over a year. It used to track very accurate showing the curves but now when I walk things out and export it to Google earth it's very blocky now and doesn't show curves just straight lines. I'm very disappointed because it used to track so much better. Will be looking for a better app
  • Nov 20, 2021

    By kayvan mojtahedzadeh
    This app is nothing like the iOS version. Why can't you just make this thing work? This is so frustrating. I have Gaia on my iPad as well as Android phone as well as android tablet. The android version is truly embarrassing. The difference is night and day.
  • Oct 7, 2021

    By Mr Neo
    Not reliable, was better before. Now the app crashes when I try and make a route, GPS snaps all over the place when recording a track so it looks like I'm doing a search grid or something where 10 miles turns into 30. Downloading maps takes forever, using multiple layers on a laptop is laggy and creating a route on my laptop is frustrating. The maps themselves are very useful, all in one place. Fire history and current satellite images and Noaa maps all in one spot is valuable though.
  • Oct 8, 2021

    By Ahren Bonnema
    Fail on android. Downloading maps and confirming they are actually downloaded is next to impossible on Android. I've spent HOURS trying to get maps for my next back country adventure and am out of options. I've reinstalled, restarted, contacted customer service. Guess I'll get On X and see if it's any better
  • Nov 15, 2021

    By Al Bunger
    Could not sign up. App says my email address, that I have used since 2006, is invalid! It works everywhere else that I have signed up for something!
  • Unresponsive Technical Support Oct 15, 2021

    By GoogleTool
    I’m quite pleased with the iPhone version of this App. However, I like to search for and set up hikes on the iPad version, and this version has bugs. I’ve submitted tech support requests to deal with one or more of these, and am met with absolute silence. Especially since I’ve paid for the Premium version, I certainly expect better. The biggest technical issue I have is that I can search for, and find hikes for which summary info is displayed in the (left) sidebar, including a Preview Map. When I touch the sidebar map, a pop up appears asking me whether to display on the Main Map, Expand the Preview or Cancel. The Preview will expand if that is chosen. However, when choosing Display on Main Map, the area of the trail/hike is displayed by NOT the route of the hike. This fault makes the iPad version of Gaia GPS almost useless for any detailed planning. I’ve repeatedly asked for help with this from Tech Support and get absolutely no response. Conclusion - Don’t bother with the iPad version of this App! … Since posting this review and two weeks after posting my tech support request, I finally had a response. It did not resolve my issue, but at least it was a response, however, late.
  • Oct 24, 2021

    By judy ross ross
    There are no directions and it is confusing. I managed to get some of my trails other, but no base map, no stats on the trails, how do I retrieve those? Why.are these apps so confusing? Not much help when you're on the trail!
  • Oct 25, 2021

    By Shelby Landrum
    This app just spins and spins most of the time. No updates are available, so not sure what the deal is? I can't even look up hikes because of all the lagging missing information. Can't copy and paste the link below....
  • img Community
    It can be easy to get a little lost in a 100-acre forest, and that can quickly turn into a bigger problem if you're not careful. Ever since a friend recommend Gaia to me, I haven't stopped using it. Gaia allows me to download several different types of maps, and use them offline with GPS location as a wonderful back up to tradition navigation skills
    img by David
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    A runaway will do whatever they can to stay hidden from those who are looking for them. If they are near a wooded area or the mountains, those 2 places would be where the search team should look. This app can guide you through these areas safely so you have an advantage when trying to find a missing person.
    img by Charles
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    I have spent well over 2 hours searching for trailheads many times. However, after downloading Gaia, I almost always find the trailhead right away. If I do have trouble finding a path, there are helpful trip reports to refer to as well.
    img by Sharon
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    The mountains of Colorado are not for the faint of heart. With winding trails and peaks standing at well over 14,000 ft, it is easy to get lost. An accurate and reliable GPS app geared towards hikers and mountaineers is something you should not forget.
    img by John
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    Find and explore over 190 hiking trails in Hawaii with this tool. Download trail maps for offline use. Sort hikes by length, difficulty, and star rating. Record and add photos to tracks you discover. View community sourced-photos and read reviews by previous hikers.
    img by Steve
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    The key to a successful hike is knowing exactly where you're going. Being adventurous is great, but getting lost in the middle of the wilderness can be dangerous. Gaia GPS has over 250 map sources feeding into its platform, ensuring that you'll get detailed directions wherever you are.
    img by Antonio
    1 month ago
  • img Community
    Instead of staying limited to the 2 or 3 trails that you already know, why not branch out to some new destinations with the help of detailed off-road trail maps?
    img by Antonio
    1 week ago
  • img Expert
    1. Ideal for: Hikers, backpackers, hunters, offroaders, mountain bikers, backcountry skiers, firefighters, guides, & other serious outdoor adventurers
    2. Easy sync feature backs up your photos, maps, and checkpoints to all your mobile devices
    3. Customize it! Choose historic or classic print view for your map experience, then personalize it with geo-tagged photos of your own explorations

    Reviewed by Kaylin on April 11, 2018

  • Best GPS and map source available and has been for many years.. Oct 12, 2019

    By ChaseW12
    I got this app about 10 years ago and I have loved it the upgrades have continued to improve it very well. I would not go with any other app out there I have tried other ones like x hunt and I did not like it. It is years behind this app. You get the personal property lines and public with this app, lots of layers that you can overlay and download. My entire family and extended family got this app too and they love it as well. Don’t waste your time or money with one of the other apps. This one is the way to go. Best app available. And I use this all the time not just once a year while hunting. I use it for hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, snowmobiling, horse pack trips around the farm... the tracking ability is very accurate and doesn’t drain my battery. I turn off my cellular data and all that and use it to track and it goes all day with out killing my battery and I have a 3 year old I phone. This is the only app that I would recommend especially because I have tried about 20 other ones over the years and this is the one I stick with. The subscription is worth every penny as well. Don’t worry you get your money’s worth with this app. They have an amazing app.
  • Importing back country camping zones Jun 3, 2021

    By runningslowman
    I use the Gaia iPhone app almost exclusively to plan my adventures, and I rely on it constantly while hiking to stay oriented and on plan. It gives me the peace of mind to tackle trips I would otherwise not feel comfortable attempting. For planning I use the app literally hours each day: route creating, adjusting, recreating; adding waypoints for important, interesting things to note while hiking; relying on the included interactive trail lines and the various map layers to design accurate, safe trips. It is by far the most important tool in my hiking toolbox. Even though I’ve gotten quite good at using the app, I’m continually finding new and amazing things it can do. For instance, I’m planning a backpacking trip to Denali where backcountry camping is regulated by zones and quotas. The National Park Service has a wonderful paper map that shows these zones. I found that their website allowed me to download a data file of the zones and to my delight I discovered the Gaia app easily imported them along with included metadata. What an amazing planning feature. I have many other examples of how I use the app but will save them for future reviews. Don’t think twice: buy the pro version and use it, use it, use it.
  • Hands down the best digital map app ever created Sep 16, 2021

    By runnerboy13
    I have been a power user of GPS devices and digital maps since the earliest handheld GPS units long before smartphones. I’ve used them extensively for exploring and hunting throughout the western US, Canada, Alaska, and a little in Africa and Europe. I’ve used most of the popular mapping apps. Until Gaia came along we had to rely on a certain app to obtain land ownership status which is important for hunting and hiking access in the western states. But the other app was weak in so many other ways. Gaia solves these problems and much more. The suite of map layers is unparalleled. Game management units, USFS, roads and trails, satellite, numerous topo maps, private and government lands, parcel ownership data, Nat Geo Trails Illustrated, and much more. It’s all there. And exceptionally easy to download and use. Super stable and simple to use. The tracking function works perfectly. Sharing of waypoints and tracks is simple and reliable. So many thoughtful and useful features. Gaia is simply a brilliant outdoor activity maps and GPS app. Regular updates make it better all the time too. Premium subscription is worth much more than it costs.
  • Oct 27, 2021

    By Dave Dibell
    This application kicks butt!! This is easy to use, takes a little practice to learn but is geared more for experienced users. Spend the time to learn it, you won't be disappointed. It will deliver everything you need and more. Its not hard for the weekend warriors, but the hard core guys will really appreciate its features!! Thank you Gaia!!!!
  • Nov 5, 2021

    By Mark Weber
    Let's Keep Exploring! I love the smooth integration of my GAIA account acrossed PC, Android tablet & Android phone. Support was excellent at working through some bugs a couple years ago. I've been impressed ever since.
  • Great App with a couple minor issues Nov 26, 2018

    By The Strawman
    Let me start by saying I use a Premium Subscription and absolutely love this app and use it nearly daily for both work and recreation. I does so much that it has become a must for use with my fieldwork. My only complaints are the randomized coloring when importing tracks and the was area shapes are created. Using this app professionally, I often need all of my shapes to be specific colors or all one color. Often I can just quickly adjust them in the app, but when I have projects with hundreds of shapes this is no longer a viable option and is very frustrating. Simply allowing bulk adjustment would solve this problem for me. The second issue regarding creating areas is that often when I try to move the dots that adjust the area, it grabs the screen and tries to move it instead... sensitivity issue maybe? In any case, these issues are not deal breakers... I love this app and will continue to use it, but hope that these two simple things will be addressed in the future. I know I’m not the only one that would like to see this! Thanks for a great app!!!
  • Best GPS and hiking trail map app Oct 6, 2021

    By drlmwho
    I love this app because it doesn’t drain my precious cell phone battery and works great on airplane mode. We just finished a 4- day climb of Mt Whitney and Gaia performed so well! It oven had a map of the fires on the other side of the sierra ridge that I had downloaded before we left Whitney portal. I was able to photograph many locations along the trail and correlate them easily to their locations on the map. I love this aspect. There are a few improvements like making the photo UConn a little smaller and making the relationship between the map, the compas heading, and the direction of travel more intuitive, but it was probably me doing weird things like angling my phone up in the air etc etc Lovely app thanks!!! Had my topo map but never used it because Gaia was so good. This is the first time I’ve used it for an extended trip away from cell phone reception and I found it to perform better than expected. For over a year I’ve been mainly using it to record day hikes and keep track of my biking and running and hiking workouts.
  • I’d call it 4.5 Jul 14, 2020

    By lyndseysaid
    I really enjoy using this app I like to be able to go alone and I have been able to go farther past my skill level just by being confident I could always get back. Looking at doing the enchantments this year solo and I am so excited to not have to depend so much on others. I’ve also been able to find “the end” of my prior hikes and connect the dots in a way that would have required way too many maps and Gaia can always let me see how to put it all together. I have hiked regions for years with a desire to mentally map in a way that this gives me freedom to get back on trail. I wish when the battery died there was a way to continue the trip from where the device powered down. I love the create route but wish it would default in hiking mode without WiFi but over all my complaints are minor details for how much I’ve enjoyed being able to ID mountains correctly in the view and connect the dots instead of rely on speculation. Very much an upgrade to my ability to go farther and feel smart abt it.
  • Legit App, I use for hunting and Hiking Sep 18, 2021

    By G-Money K
    I love the GAIA GPS app.I heard about it one time when I was hunting in Idaho. A guy told me about it and told me how you could download maps. There’s absolutely no service where we were hunting in Idaho but he had download it all the maps and was able to charge his phone using a solar charger. Pretty cool that’s where I first heard about it and I’ve been using it ever cents it was about 2015 when I first started using it. I will say it has its bugs here and there but it’s, really long way. I haveSaved Way points for my favorite hunting spots and it’s pretty awesome every year I go back and there are still ready to go. I even got my dad to start using itAnd we hunt in the same area. It was very easy to share all of my weight points with him and so he had all of our history. A lot of times I will take pictures of landmarks and it saves it as a waypoint. I pay for the premium features so I get the hunting maps and all the other good maps that come with it. I have used onyx and other apps and I prefer the GAIA app.
  • Love it! Apr 23, 2021

    By lkennedy22
    I have been a wildland firefighter and a guide for a wilderness therapy program (I used maps a lot in previous jobs!) and now I backpack and adventure in my off time and absolutely love this app! The options for waypoints, taking pictures, routes, topography and off line ability show me where I am on the map is amazing. I even upgraded this summer (when wildfires were seemingly everywhere) to add the layer of hot spot detection. *I did not use this to decide where to hike during the fires, simply just to see where the fires were- very dangerous to be anywhere close to the forest fires as they can shift directions at anytime! Gaia is great because roads and routes change all the time and great to have an updated map (though not always perfect- but the closest I have seen). I have thought about buying a separate hand held GPS, but having this app negates that need. 100% recommend this app- it is free for basic things and you can pay for an upgrade if you want.
  • Nov 18, 2021

    By ArchAngel 603
    I use this app 999% of the time while I'm off road. There's option such as public tracks but is only available in web browser and limited public tracks info. If we are paying as much as we are for the Pro plan then give us all the options 100% for our phones/iPads. Also, no property owner info as well as weather info. (Such as OnX) Other than that, app is pretty solid. Don't stop at 99% for your customers who pay premium money that will have to revert to another app to find out more info.
  • It’s pretty good, but has its quirks Mar 13, 2020

    By frogpose
    I’ve used this app for navigation and data collection on a few projects as a field biologist. It’s got a lot of good points, but also could use some improvements. The good: overall it’s intuitive to use , especially the data collection. I love how easy it is to organize data in folders (except that you can’t remove a subfolder once you’ve put it in one). The graphics choices are very good. Importing and exporting files is also easy. It does kill my battery, but I expected that. My biggest complaint is that using a ruler to measure distance is annoying. You have to to into a menu and create a route. But this only allows you to measure between you and another point. In my opinion, one of the most important features of a navigation device is measuring distance! I would love to have the ruler as a tab by itself and that could be used to measure arbitrary points. Also, some of the base maps are old. Really old. One map I was using was at least 7 years old. And this is for the subscription version. Some of my coworkers wished that they’d stayed with the free version and felt that the paid upgrade wasn’t worth it. Once my subscription run out, I may try it with the free version to see if I like it.
  • Oct 10, 2021

    By G M
    Update: powerful application, esp. for backcountry planning. Though, the workflow is less than intuitive nor fluid enough, 1. The 'hide/show filed items" status desperately needs a visible indicator, rather than leaving to user's memory. 2. Folders with subfolders should be displayed as such with indented subfolders so critical visual context is preserved. Wishlist: ability to save/restore snapshots of viewed data... essential for working on multiple projects and not having to re-setup
  • Awesome! Needs some features though! Aug 12, 2020

    By Rick Cecil
    PROS: I have been using the app to find trails to ride my dirt bike on. The app does a great job in that it distinctly marks different types of trails and has shown me trails I would have never know otherwise and has taken me way off the beaten path! CONS: One feature that I believe is completely necessary is a Map Filter. For example, if I want to view only Double Track Roads / Unmaintained Roads, I should be able to filter my map to only show those roads. It would make finding new roads a lot easier , since currently you have to visually sort through lots of different roads/trails. Another problem is that a lot of landmarks and trails only show up at a certain zoom level .For example, I have been using the app to show me less popular waterfalls. Once again a map filter for waterfalls would be fantastic. In addition, most of the smaller waterfalls only show up on the map if your map is set at a zoom of 2000ft or more. This means you will have to painstakingly search by panning through the app at 2000ft which is way too zoomed in. If I could see all waterfalls that exist at a 2 miles scale or larger , that would be great ! These downfalls are what’s keeping me from paying for the subscription since it does not appear that the subscription gives you access to these features ! Hopefully this review can inspire an update! I’d love to hear from a developer ! Rick C.
  • Pretty good deal, with some bugs Oct 16, 2021

    By tllado
    This app is a pretty good deal. Buying these maps as needed in paper form would cost a lot more than just buying the subscription here. This app provides the same USGS topo maps that I used to buy from the backpacking offices at national parks for $10 each. On the other side, I downloaded a bunch of maps onto my phone and then drove several hours out into the wilderness and then I couldn’t access any of the downloaded maps because the app insisted I needed to log in again and I couldn’t log in because I had no cell phone connection. So FYI, in order to use this app on a backpacking trip, you can never ever turn your phone off. Which is horrible, terrible design that significantly decreases its overall value. So only use this app if you plan to never be out of cell phone range.
  • Good GPS Sep 15, 2021

    By RA Baer
    Gaia GPS has worked mostly well for me and I plan on using it more. Used it on a 3 day hike recently. The maps are good. It’s accurate. Trails and map overlays are great. It uses very little battery when running offline maps and phone in airplane mode, which I do when there is no cell service. My only complaint is that I’ve had the app lock a few times on my iPhone. Had to close it out and restart the app to get it working again. In addition to hiking, I used it for road navigation in areas where there was little or no cell service. It worked flawlessly in that respect and I really appreciated all the details on the maps. I have downloaded the private and public property overlays, which are very useful when hiking or hunting in Southern Illinois where boundaries are not always clearly marked.
  • Confusing payment levels Mar 3, 2019

    By NickLanding
    Gaia is a great map app. I’m paying for a basic membership and see a minor improvement over the free version. But it is an improvement so I’m not complaining. It’s easy to understand there are 3 levels of membership but I found it difficult to understand exactly what features are unlocked with each membership. For example, overlays, the feature I most desired, is no available in the basic membership. If it’s affordable for you, I would advise you to purchase the “premium membership” to remove any limitations. I wish I could clearly display the features for each membership in this review. If the premium membership’s cost is a barrier for you. You should chat with Gaia support before you buy to know which membership is right for you before you spend money.
  • Off-roading use Feb 16, 2020

    By ScottJ1000
    I have used this app for 4 years now for off roading and overall it is a great app. I’m only giving it 4 stars right now because i would like to see a setting that lets you see the map in track up position full time. In all fairness the app does let you do this somewhat but as soon as you touch the screen to move the map or zoom in or out, it turns the feature off. There should be a way to set the app in this mode and leave it there until you want to turn it off. I know this has been requested multiple times but the developers ignore the request. I would think this would be simple to do and if they want to capture the off road market it would be a key feature people would want.
  • Great way to navigate but a steep learning curve. Mar 16, 2021

    By ronnylee3rd
    This app is great for figuring out the trails and navigating on roads where google maps just can’t help you. Figuring out the best Topo map, which trails are accessible for driving or just walking, and where to camp all require some outside research and basic knowledge of the areas that you’re looking at. I’m sure there are ways within the app to help with this and I’d love to figure it out. But I usually use trails or off road apps to pin point a trail and type the longitude and latitude into Gaia. I also use google earth to help really get a visual of how the terrain really looks. Hopefully, there will be an app that will just do all of these things for the price I am paying for this membership. But for now this will do.
  • Overall quite good, could use a couple improvements Feb 9, 2020

    By Axomus
    Gaia GPS has come a long way since I tried using it awhile back. It be my go-to GPS tracker now. The new dark map is really pleasant to use. The app is great for planning trips. Routes can be made easily right from the app. I’m REALLY hoping they don’t add social media functionally to this app. There are enough GPS trackers with that, and it really degrades the experience and adds bloat. That has already started happening a little bit with the community features they’ve added. Hopefully they don’t take this further. People just want a good, solid tracker! Apple Health would be a nice integration. The ability to have exercises recorded and see heart rate in the app would be great for hikes and mountain biking.
  • Nice but dated UI May 12, 2021

    By UnhappyInMichigan
    Firstly this app is useful and it’s convenient for what I need but seems so far behind alternatives like OnX when it comes to a clean and intuitive user interface. Almost like comparing DOS to modern day Windows. If I didn’t already pay for this one I’d switch, but since I have it, I’d like to help make it better. There needs to be better graphics in general and more customization options for waypoints when you click on them. It also really bugs me that you can’t just select waypoints already on the map… you have to click near it and it drops a giant new waypoint, and then it brings up nearby points and you can select your pre-saved waypoint below... good lord that’s unnecessarily complicated. PLEASE, get rid of the waypoint with one click.. it’s such a bad design. At least make it a selectable option in settings? I get the intent but it doesn’t need to be THAT easy to add a waypoint. Adding a waypoint SHOULD be a long press on the map, or just by using the (+) button - not just a simple click on the map, that way people can just tap on pre-existing waypoints/pins/trails and bring up their information without having to constantly clear out a newly placed pin every... single.. time I click on the map. This seems like such a simple fix and would make the app about 1000x better and less annoying. Thanks
  • Ok, but missing important and very basic tools Oct 13, 2019

    By csmith123
    I’ve been using Gaia for a while now. Some for hiking, some for overlanding and dual sport, and some for Backcountry Enduro biking. For the most part the app is ok. It’s simple to save maps and record tracks and easy to download GPX files from 3rd parties. But it’s missing some of the most critical and simple functions. At first I simply couldn’t believe what it was missing, but after watching Gaia tutorials and spending time on blogs, I’ve learned it truly doesn’t have them. For example, when route planning you can’t see the distance between waypoints! Unbelievable. On our motorbikes we have limited fuel, so I need to be able to plan for that. I literally have to use a physical grade-school ruler on my screen to estimate distance between waypoints to plan for fuel stops. It’s also very difficult to adjust a route later. Anyway, the app could be great but falls miserably short for route planning. Currently planning an Idaho BDR trip and Gaia simply won’t work. Currently looking for a better solution.
  • Sounds Like Updates are in the Works Aug 4, 2020

    By Alolio
    I appreciate having received a developer response that some of the shortcomings outlined below are being addressed. I’d still go with Gaia over the others, and I’d still say there are some needed QOL additions. Some things I believe need work: Poor organization of trips - why have folders and then display every prospective route in the “folders” view? Why no bulk add of multiple routes and waypoints to one folder? There’s no way to see your waypoints on an elevation, such that your waypoints for overnight camps appear in the elevation view. This matters because you can’t get accurate mileage from one camp to the next when planning routes. The only way I can find to do that is to make separate routes for each day, which is fine, until you go to look at the “folder view” and find it filled with 30 or 40 separate routes from various prospective trips. There doesn’t appear to be an “out and back” option to create a full “out and back mileage” and elevation profile - the best you can do is create another point somewhere near the origin. But you can’t put the final point directly on the origin, because doing so grabs and moves the origin point. Multiplying is easy enough, but other apps have this feature, and it’s a nice add. I have used other apps, and each has its own shortcomings. All this said, Gaia is easier to use than others, and it gets the job done.
  • Delete app to clear cache? Jun 23, 2021

    By mozykinsocal
    This app has great potential but some real limitations that make me question renewing my membership. Others have mentioned all the great things about the app, so I won’t repeat. What bugs me is that apparently the only way to clear the cache at this point is to uninstall the app and reinstall it. My cache was over 2 gb, so if you’re not keeping an eye on it, it can take over your storage. Pushing the button that says clear cache does nothing. Another frustration, as others have noted, is not being able to see elevation profile once you’re on a route. Yes, if you know how to read topo, which you should if you’re hiking, you can tell when a steep part is coming up, but it just helps to be able to see it in graph format once you’re on the hike. You should be able to see real time where you’re at on the profile — helps to know what’s up ahead (or what you’ve already done…) Final thing is being able to get an alert when you’re approaching a waypoint. Seems like it should be a pretty simple thing to implement, and has also been brought up in the past. If membership was cheaper (or just a one time fee for app) these things wouldn’t bother me. But to pay a recurring fee and see some of these previously asked for features sit in a queue doesn’t seem right.
  • The best, but the new stand-alone watch kills it for me Aug 7, 2021

    By Playapixie
    I’ve used just about every hiking and mapping app out there. Gaia slays them all and just keeps getting better. But they took the wind out of my sails when they made the watch app stand alone. It’s useless now. The battery life on the Apple Watch is too short to use this for a whole day’s activity. It was far better when the watch displayed data from the app running on the phone. Then I could leave my phone in my pack and just look at the watch, and it could go all day. Now the watch app is just like every other workout app out there. We don’t need another workout app for short workouts. That’s not what you designed Gaia for. Please bring back a watch app that integrates with Gaia in the phone! Know your audience.
  • Idk about this Dec 15, 2020

    By fdalton1993
    So I was looking for a tracking app and gps also when I found this. I read a good review from a website on it and figured I would give it a go. Well I choose the free option because it says it give four maps and a bunch of the features would still work. I go and signed up and then started to use it. Good map overlay for the one they start you off with but the other three “free” maps aren’t free at all, you click to switch over to it and you need to sign up and pay a premium price for them. That completely through me off of wanting to even use it since right off the bat I’m told I can get four free overlays at which to use for tracking my hikes and camping and driving and now come to find out that isn’t the facts after all.
  • Water ways not shown or disappears Jul 26, 2019

    By A Big Richard
    Update: developer responded back promptly to my review. And said they looking into issues. Looking like they responsive to problems and listen too people. was considering buying an upgrade on this. But upon checking this app out while on a trip. Took notice that even while using app while sitting next to a stream it was not shown on map. Then again checking a very well know creek just disappeared off map after a certain point. When trying to contact though app about issues it would not allow message with screenshot attached to show them problem. So uninstalling and will not recommend to anyone. Enjoy your review you earned it.
  • Offline use for overlanding Aug 20, 2021

    By vegas1962
    I have a paid subscription and have used the app for a few years for overlanding. Most of my trips are out of cellphone coverage so the offline map download feature is necessary. Downloading maps for offline use for a long overland trip has always been difficult but with recent releases is almost unusable. Maps sometimes don’t download or do but still allow you to resume the download. There are constraints on how much you can download for “licensing reasons” (why? I have a paid subscription). If it wasn’t for the Apple CarPlay feature, I would switch to an alternative.
  • Gaia itself is great, Development and Marketing disconnects leave great room for improvement Jun 28, 2019

    By FNH Shooter
    So to start the app itself works quite well, but my purchase was based upon the notion that CarPlay was shortly due out per conversations with Gaia folks.... It has been months since my subscription purchase and guess what is still not available..... rather than use a mobile during wheeling I truly wish to leverage a CarPlay interface but still am left with having to purchase expensive off road worthy mounts for mobile devices as Development has been unable to satiate customer demands for a CarPlay interface. Hence 3 stars....
  • Oct 25, 2021

    By blindeyeseesall
    If I depended on this app for survival I'd be dead. The app crashes constantly. Nearly every time it goes in the background it crashes. It even locks up my whole device. This happens on both devices I have it installed on. It locks up nearly every single time I do anything. Save a waypoint? Crash. Hit "Record" crash. Just sitting there doing nothing. Crash. The interface is not well laid out. When in portrait mode roughly 50% of the map is hidden by the buttons. The "Record" button and "Take picture" button are on both sides of the UI in portrait mode. Why are these buttons on the primary interface and why have them there twice? And there is a whole band of white space to left of the Search button. Why take up so much real estate on the interface and make it blank? On that note, the Distance and Ascent are also just taking up space on the UI unless the trip is being recorded. Why take up space on the interface when it's not being used? It is incredibly poor UI design. I want to see the map, not a bunch of unless buttons & white space. When saving an area, I can't resize the red square until I cancel out and try again. Still haven't figured out how to save any layers with a map that give any useful detail. The first time I used the "save map along route" option, I only got the roads I was traveling on. In a area that doesn't have cell reception and need to make a side trip - too bad I am now lost.
  • Nov 17, 2021

    By Tray Moraca
    App does not work on tablet, no login button to push after you put in your login information . stupid front end app error. Access to app maps and such rely on signing in. works on phone app. Should be the same but its not, several reinstalls but nothing to work with
  • Nov 2, 2021

    By Kasey Dockens
    I've used the premium app for environmental purposes for well over a year. It used to track very accurate showing the curves but now when I walk things out and export it to Google earth it's very blocky now and doesn't show curves just straight lines. I'm very disappointed because it used to track so much better. Will be looking for a better app
  • Oct 7, 2021

    By Mr Neo
    Not reliable, was better before. Now the app crashes when I try and make a route, GPS snaps all over the place when recording a track so it looks like I'm doing a search grid or something where 10 miles turns into 30. Downloading maps takes forever, using multiple layers on a laptop is laggy and creating a route on my laptop is frustrating. The maps themselves are very useful, all in one place. Fire history and current satellite images and Noaa maps all in one spot is valuable though.
  • Unresponsive Technical Support Oct 15, 2021

    By GoogleTool
    I’m quite pleased with the iPhone version of this App. However, I like to search for and set up hikes on the iPad version, and this version has bugs. I’ve submitted tech support requests to deal with one or more of these, and am met with absolute silence. Especially since I’ve paid for the Premium version, I certainly expect better. The biggest technical issue I have is that I can search for, and find hikes for which summary info is displayed in the (left) sidebar, including a Preview Map. When I touch the sidebar map, a pop up appears asking me whether to display on the Main Map, Expand the Preview or Cancel. The Preview will expand if that is chosen. However, when choosing Display on Main Map, the area of the trail/hike is displayed by NOT the route of the hike. This fault makes the iPad version of Gaia GPS almost useless for any detailed planning. I’ve repeatedly asked for help with this from Tech Support and get absolutely no response. Conclusion - Don’t bother with the iPad version of this App! … Since posting this review and two weeks after posting my tech support request, I finally had a response. It did not resolve my issue, but at least it was a response, however, late.
  • Oct 24, 2021

    By judy ross ross
    There are no directions and it is confusing. I managed to get some of my trails other, but no base map, no stats on the trails, how do I retrieve those? Why.are these apps so confusing? Not much help when you're on the trail!
  • Great Mapping but Totally Unreliable Oct 15, 2021

    By Phil_Avenger
    When it works, this is a fantastic tool for scouting new trips, planning routes, and recording tracks. Being able to create routes on their website and have them sync to my phone is great. CarPlay support is a game changer, too. The suite of features includes nearly everything you’d want in a mapping application. However, I can’t recommend this app as it is completely untrustworthy. Many times has it deleted my routes while I was out far from cell service. Other times it has logged me out and not allowed me to access any of my routes, downloaded maps, or premium map layers. The app renders itself totally useless far too often I have contacted their support and received outstanding customer service, but we haven’t been able to address or recreate these issues when troubleshooting. Only when I am away from cell service does the app let me down. If you need to depend on an app to help you navigate in the backcountry, look elsewhere. If you never leave cell service then I this app will likely exceed your expectations. My premium subscription ends later this year and I likely won’t renew until I know that reliability has been improved.
  • 2nd time draining battery overnight while not used at all May 30, 2021

    By IIIIIIllIllIIIllI
    I like Gaia GPS a lot: great features, simplicity, and what you can get for free. But this is the 2nd time I wake up finding my phone battery almost dead. And why? Gaia has been using GPS in the background all night long. It was not in tracking mode or open, which were the only two cases the app should invoke GPS per the location access note of this app. This is clearly an important bug that needs to be fixed. To be clear: i have Gaia set to “always” have location access, which Gaia says it would only track location when app is open or recording a track in the background. In my case, neither were true and my battery history still shows full 1hr background usage of Gaia every single hour.
  • Bloated and declining Feb 5, 2020

    By k9education
    Gais has been my go-to hiking/backpacking app for many years. The best thing about it is that offers past maps that show old roads and trails that other maps don’t. This makes for some great trips off the beaten path. Unfortunately, despite the app becoming larger and larger, the current maps are becoming more and more out of date. Trails that have been active for the last 20 years are still absent from the map and Gaia seems to think I am hiking in the abyss. Trails that collapsed and/or washed away 2 years ago (and thus no longer exist) still show on the current map. For as large as the app has become and for all they are now charging, the least they could do is keep the current maps current. Lastly, Gaia has made it a point to disregard the hikers/backpackers that made Gaia what it is today. The app is now targeted to hunters and others that destroy the environment and everything in it and the needs of hikers/backpackers have become a distant second. All of that said, Gaia is still the best option out there at the moment. However, I don’t know how much longer I will continue to support the app.
  • Not Reliable Sep 16, 2021

    By Justanickname3
    I am a premium user and just when it appears this app will be reliable and useful something happens. I use it with apple carplay as well as backcountry hiking. I finally figured out that the reason some of the areas I had downloaded for offline navigation were blurry was, well they didn’t fully download. I didn’t realize this except by accident. Now I am on fiber optic so its not my service but instead the Gaia servers. So I spent almost 3 days downloading all of my areas. Everything seemed good them the app started crashing on the iPad Pro, technically it autominimizes within 3 seconds of opening it. Essentially useless. So I deleted it and reinstalled, it worked. Downloaded all of my maps again, boom crashing again.
  • Nov 20, 2021

    By kayvan mojtahedzadeh
    This app is nothing like the iOS version. Why can't you just make this thing work? This is so frustrating. I have Gaia on my iPad as well as Android phone as well as android tablet. The android version is truly embarrassing. The difference is night and day.
  • Oct 8, 2021

    By Ahren Bonnema
    Fail on android. Downloading maps and confirming they are actually downloaded is next to impossible on Android. I've spent HOURS trying to get maps for my next back country adventure and am out of options. I've reinstalled, restarted, contacted customer service. Guess I'll get On X and see if it's any better
  • Nov 15, 2021

    By Al Bunger
    Could not sign up. App says my email address, that I have used since 2006, is invalid! It works everywhere else that I have signed up for something!
  • Oct 25, 2021

    By Shelby Landrum
    This app just spins and spins most of the time. No updates are available, so not sure what the deal is? I can't even look up hikes because of all the lagging missing information. Can't copy and paste the link below....
  • Sep 30, 2021

    By Glen M
    Stay away! Issue with saving past hikes to cloud. Search Google. It's everywhere and gone unfixed for over a year. I lose almost an entire year of valuable data. Don't waste your money on this rubbish app. Run away. You get what you pay for.
  • Nov 8, 2021

    By Gordon Harris
    Since the last update, logging in using a tablet running Android 9 is impossible. This breaks the app on that platform.
  • Unreliable Oct 23, 2019

    By PNW_hiker
    I’ve been using this app for 2 years and have never had an issue. In the past month, this app has failed me twice. The first time I was on a 20 mile train run in Olympic National Park and my map was showing up completely blank aside from the location arrow. Never happened before. I had downloaded the map area prior to this so I could see it offline, the app just wasn’t working. This was poor timing as I lost the trail due to snow conditions. Fortunately, I crossed paths with some backpackers and found my way. This happened again yesterday in the Central Cascades and I had to turn back one mile into my journey. Today, a notification popped up when I opened the app saying that the app was not responsible for any failures and “services are provided at your sole risk”. I really have no idea what the point of having GPS is if you can’t rely on it. Obviously, it is smart to have a back up plan for any kind of technology failure. However, I simply can’t use this app anymore, I have no idea if it will work or not.
  • Downgrading features, making app more stupid. Oct 4, 2021

    By TripitSucks
    All the way back to Offline Topo when you downloaded maps you could set the zoom level to download with reasonable granularity. Eventually that app got absorbed by Gaia which at least kept reasonable download options until recently. Now with a recent update you are given just “Low, Medium and High” choices which are extremely suboptimal for USGS Topo resulting in either unreadable details or way larger a download than necessary. Gaia has continued to go downhill over time with basic features being removed or downgraded while useless poorly implemented new garbage gets added. This is the problem with a “subscription” - you pay them to continuously make the app worse instead of leaving well enough alone. Ignore all previous reviews and reputation for Gaia - it gets worse over time, not better. Check out the better options available these days maintained by development teams that improve their apps rather than dumb them down.
  • MAJOR Map issues Mar 4, 2021

    By Red vonBaron
    I just upgraded to premium since I’m in Canada now and heading to the Algonquin Park in Ontario. While I’ve submitted two requests and know I won’t get a reply until I’m on the road tomorrow and on my way I just have to review the app and explain here (I will update this depending on resolution via my support tickets). Some of the issues? Premium Layer trails (BRMB Canada Trails) can’t be selected and have NO distances! Seriously? WTH... And some of the trails in the region, included in the default Gaia Topo layer, show multiple distances and entirely different routes for the SAME trail depending whether you expand the preview map or open it in the main map. Neither of highlighted routes include the entire trail as displayed, and outlined, on the map either. Yet another issue is the trail loop I’m looking at shows as open/dead-ended yet upon zooming does finally add the remaining segment closing it. These issues alone are making the app and premium subscription utterly USELESS. Now I’ll wait to see what happens with support...
  • This app is horrible. Jul 2, 2019

    By DuaneCL
    The app is complicated and difficult to use. But what is it used for? I made the mistake of thinking I can use it for hiking. It’s not just me. Others I’ve asked for help say the same thing. Finding hikes. Tracking your location, distance, etc., is very complicated and sometimes impossible. And forget about finding new hikes to go on. Yes, some are there but other well established long existing trails are impossible to find on this app. I’ve tried it in Washington state, Utah, Oregon and New Zealand. I give up. Who’s using this and what are they using it for? And reading the ratings or online help won’t answer. I hate being so negative but I was stupid to buy the five year membership. I can’t recommend it for use while hiking. And if that’s not what a gps is for, then I don’t know what one is for. Sorry but it’s been horrible.

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