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onX Backcountry: Hiking Trails & GPS Navigation

onX Backcountry: Hiking Trails & GPS Navigation

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Map your next adventure with onX — the trusted GPS & hiking app.

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  • Useful! Mar 17, 2021

    By B577953885
    Great for finding BLM and other public lands. Some oddities with the UI and trying to maximize viewing space without wiping away the info you had pulled up. I think they say it’s beta still and that seems about right. No issues with crashes or anything though.
  • This app saved my toes! Jan 4, 2021

    By Ben Dibuz
    Tried this out when backpacking Big Bend for the first time. Ended up getting snowed into a mountaintop campsite with a historic amount of snow. This app gave us the confidence we were going the right way to return to the base when we couldn’t see any trail or tracks at all and needed to get down in time to prevent frostbite. The tracking works remarkably well and the UI is fairly intuitive. Also seeing the difficulty gradient along the trails is very useful for planning and decision making. My only suggestion would be to make it easier to access and view stats on previously tracked hikes. The only way I could find to access them was by tapping on the path on the map, but sometimes I had hiked the same segment many times making this an imprecise way to find precious data.
  • Kinda brutal to use Apr 22, 2021

    By Riley Kraus
    I don’t seem to be finding much when trying to finding lines with this service. When switching from trail to snow mode and then selecting my activity, backcountry trail maps only show up sometimes. Plus, there’s a very limited amount of trails actually there. I’ve found better luck using Powder Project’s website when trying to find skin-tracks. Not a bad app, just very difficult to use snow mode. If there could be a wider selection of trails for backcountry skiers would be a great app. And a mode to hide all the hiking trails. Don’t really need them when everything’s covered in snow and I’m trying to find skin-tracks.
  • Best App, But Needs More Development. Apr 17, 2021

    By Navy Nate
    Love this app for setting waypoints and making my own hike I can enjoy. In California, knowing property boundaries are as important as the hike itself. There needs to be more preset hikes or the app needs to be more intuitive so that searching for hikes when not on my home area is not cumbersome. Overall, this app can and I think will be better than other hiking apps out there. If it expands its preset hikes on the app and makes it easier to find a more diverse array of hikes, then it will be the best app offered!
  • Jun 25, 2021

    By Amy Haptonstall
    If you already have onx in some form, so far I see no benefit to backcountry except pretty colored lines of trail. I found it very lacking as it does not have an easy way to measure trail distance. Instead, you click on a trail and it gives the entire length which is usually useless (some are 50+ miles but likely only want to hike a portion). I would use it more if it gave this feature of measuring sections easier. Line measure is combursome, better if pt A to pt B on trail and it calculates
  • Help please? Jul 17, 2021

    By jaguarsnake1108
    Onx icon whited out yesterday and I’ve been unable to open the app 2 days. I went to appstore to ck for update and there is an update and my iPhone software version (iphone 6) is incompatible. I checked my phone for updates, it’s up to date; ckd apple website and ios 13 is not available for my phone. I need a link to download the version onx i just had before update please. I love this mapping software. It’s best for trails hands down!! Please help. Star rating based on the app just abruptly quitting without me updating or anything and icon turning white.
  • I am a huge fan! Jun 26, 2021

    By AllKnowing1
    This app rocks! I used it everyday on my 9 day canoe wilderness trip to the BWCA in Northern MN. With no cell service, the offline maps gave me everything I needed. While the other boat used a paper map and had to figure out where they were, I had a more detailed map that showed me where I was and where I needed to go. The waypoint and trail making feature was sweet as well. Highly recommend for anyone venturing outdoors.
  • Jul 10, 2021

    By Marc Herring
    I haven't used it on a trail yet. But just finding near by trails and looking at the extras, like waypoints and measuring the trails looks promising.
  • Jun 24, 2021

    By Ralph Morelli
    Excellent app! I'm an avid hiker in the Superstition Mountains area in Arizona, and this app is excellent to have; a great companion along with my handheld GPS and paper maps. 😁
  • Solid Tool and Easy To Use Apr 11, 2021

    By agtm1
    I’ve been using the app for about three months now and can say that it’s a true tool for backcountry hikes. There are a lot of places in the PNW that I hike that don’t have cell signal so the offline map feature come la in clutch. I also really like the waypoint feature as a photographer so I can make spots I want to come back to with different equipment.
  • Useful! Mar 17, 2021

    By B577953885
    Great for finding BLM and other public lands. Some oddities with the UI and trying to maximize viewing space without wiping away the info you had pulled up. I think they say it’s beta still and that seems about right. No issues with crashes or anything though.
  • This app saved my toes! Jan 4, 2021

    By Ben Dibuz
    Tried this out when backpacking Big Bend for the first time. Ended up getting snowed into a mountaintop campsite with a historic amount of snow. This app gave us the confidence we were going the right way to return to the base when we couldn’t see any trail or tracks at all and needed to get down in time to prevent frostbite. The tracking works remarkably well and the UI is fairly intuitive. Also seeing the difficulty gradient along the trails is very useful for planning and decision making. My only suggestion would be to make it easier to access and view stats on previously tracked hikes. The only way I could find to access them was by tapping on the path on the map, but sometimes I had hiked the same segment many times making this an imprecise way to find precious data.
  • Kinda brutal to use Apr 22, 2021

    By Riley Kraus
    I don’t seem to be finding much when trying to finding lines with this service. When switching from trail to snow mode and then selecting my activity, backcountry trail maps only show up sometimes. Plus, there’s a very limited amount of trails actually there. I’ve found better luck using Powder Project’s website when trying to find skin-tracks. Not a bad app, just very difficult to use snow mode. If there could be a wider selection of trails for backcountry skiers would be a great app. And a mode to hide all the hiking trails. Don’t really need them when everything’s covered in snow and I’m trying to find skin-tracks.
  • Best App, But Needs More Development. Apr 17, 2021

    By Navy Nate
    Love this app for setting waypoints and making my own hike I can enjoy. In California, knowing property boundaries are as important as the hike itself. There needs to be more preset hikes or the app needs to be more intuitive so that searching for hikes when not on my home area is not cumbersome. Overall, this app can and I think will be better than other hiking apps out there. If it expands its preset hikes on the app and makes it easier to find a more diverse array of hikes, then it will be the best app offered!
  • Jun 25, 2021

    By Amy Haptonstall
    If you already have onx in some form, so far I see no benefit to backcountry except pretty colored lines of trail. I found it very lacking as it does not have an easy way to measure trail distance. Instead, you click on a trail and it gives the entire length which is usually useless (some are 50+ miles but likely only want to hike a portion). I would use it more if it gave this feature of measuring sections easier. Line measure is combursome, better if pt A to pt B on trail and it calculates
  • Help please? Jul 17, 2021

    By jaguarsnake1108
    Onx icon whited out yesterday and I’ve been unable to open the app 2 days. I went to appstore to ck for update and there is an update and my iPhone software version (iphone 6) is incompatible. I checked my phone for updates, it’s up to date; ckd apple website and ios 13 is not available for my phone. I need a link to download the version onx i just had before update please. I love this mapping software. It’s best for trails hands down!! Please help. Star rating based on the app just abruptly quitting without me updating or anything and icon turning white.
  • I am a huge fan! Jun 26, 2021

    By AllKnowing1
    This app rocks! I used it everyday on my 9 day canoe wilderness trip to the BWCA in Northern MN. With no cell service, the offline maps gave me everything I needed. While the other boat used a paper map and had to figure out where they were, I had a more detailed map that showed me where I was and where I needed to go. The waypoint and trail making feature was sweet as well. Highly recommend for anyone venturing outdoors.
  • Jul 10, 2021

    By Marc Herring
    I haven't used it on a trail yet. But just finding near by trails and looking at the extras, like waypoints and measuring the trails looks promising.
  • Jun 24, 2021

    By Ralph Morelli
    Excellent app! I'm an avid hiker in the Superstition Mountains area in Arizona, and this app is excellent to have; a great companion along with my handheld GPS and paper maps. 😁
  • Solid Tool and Easy To Use Apr 11, 2021

    By agtm1
    I’ve been using the app for about three months now and can say that it’s a true tool for backcountry hikes. There are a lot of places in the PNW that I hike that don’t have cell signal so the offline map feature come la in clutch. I also really like the waypoint feature as a photographer so I can make spots I want to come back to with different equipment.
  • Jul 4, 2021

    By Ivan Webber
    Underwhelming, Not Useful There is no good way to search the map. For example, although the map has special icons for Frisbee Golf Courses, if you wanted to find the courses in your area you would have to pan the map. There is no way to filter by type. If you're looking for a hike there is no way to filter by difficulty, geographic area, etc. There is no way to create bucket lists or remove hikes you've already done from the discover page. No info on legality of camping. No exclusive content.
  • Highly disappointed Jan 15, 2021

    By EMTsnow
    OnX Backcountry has two good features and that’s the offline maps and 3D maps other than that I highly suggest Gaia or CalTopo over this app. Slope angle shading is vital in backcountry missions, map layers are impossible to find on this app. You get 100x more information on maps on both Gaia & CalTopo. I’ve used CalTopo for years and have had a much better experience. I’ve used Gaia for a week, and OnX for a week. Gaia for being out in the backcountry and tracking while on a mission is amazing, CalTopo for when I’m planning missions at home is how I use the two together. OnX has 100% lost it for me, if I hunted, I’d use OnX, otherwise no benefit to other maps to most backcountry users. Especially since you can use CalTopo for free and still get more info than OnX....
  • Jul 10, 2021

    By Tyler Jordan
    The app is not very useful but the thing that pisses me off the most is I can't figure out how to cancel my membership. The directions to cancel give you options that don't exist in the app. It tells you to go "my accounts and orders > membership questions" but the only option in my app is "my account" and there is no "membership options" on that page
  • Jul 4, 2021

    By Charlie chucks
    Very hard to use. Difficult to find trails and has an extremely limited selection on the app. Wasn't able to attempt tracking to see if that works, I'd assume it also is substandard. It's like All Trails, but less in every way.
  • Jun 8, 2021

    By Kristen Murphy
    No offense to this app but All Trails is much better. I never needed to pay to discover new local hiking trails on All Trails. I eventually bought a subscription from them because I love the app so much and it is quite useful while hiking new trails. You should ditch the free trial and let people experience your app for a little while longer. If it's good enough then they'll pay for it.
  • Missing key feature... May 29, 2021

    By kmbrewcrew
    I got this app hoping it’d help provide extra support for hiking trails, but have found it severely lacking in one feature that I think is very odd...trail segment distances. It tells you how long the whole trail is, but does not have distances on segments of the trail. I find this odd because I also have a subscription to OnX Hunt Maps, and for the trails that are on there, this feature exists. I paid for a year on this app, but I’m not sure there is any added benefit for it over simply keeping the hunt maps subscription. Hope that changes with updates, as I really want to like this and find usefulness for our hiking, camping and hunting excursions...
  • Jun 29, 2021

    By Thomas Brennan
    Very clunky and clumsy operation & navigation within app. Recommend All Trails over this app. Bought a one-year subscription for $10 intro price, but will be cancelling and going with All Trails all the time.
  • Cluttered and clunky maps May 4, 2021

    By Cal Vike
    Way too many layers on the map with no intuitive, easy way to turn off the layers. If there is a way to turn off the layers, I haven’t found it. I don’t need to see bulky, thick blue lines all over the map, and trails with multi colored lines overlaid on them. And if you tap for a waypoint, but decide you don’t want it or need to move it, it appears you have to save it first and then delete it. You should be able to just it cancel or ‘X’ out of it. This app is trying to put way too many features into one experience. Too clunky and map is so littered with overlay debris that it’s pretty much useless as a… map.
  • Jun 18, 2021

    By Andrew Crampton
    Only 3 map types, unable to create routes, better off sticking to AllTrails if you're a casual hiker. Not even in the league of actual navigation apps for more serious use.
  • Jun 29, 2021

    By JC
    Doesn't really offer anything that other apps can do for free. Satellite or topo map, some trails identified. Why did I pay for this? Can I get my money back??

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  • This app saved my toes! Jan 4, 2021

    By Ben Dibuz
    Tried this out when backpacking Big Bend for the first time. Ended up getting snowed into a mountaintop campsite with a historic amount of snow. This app gave us the confidence we were going the right way to return to the base when we couldn’t see any trail or tracks at all and needed to get down in time to prevent frostbite. The tracking works remarkably well and the UI is fairly intuitive. Also seeing the difficulty gradient along the trails is very useful for planning and decision making. My only suggestion would be to make it easier to access and view stats on previously tracked hikes. The only way I could find to access them was by tapping on the path on the map, but sometimes I had hiked the same segment many times making this an imprecise way to find precious data.
  • Best App, But Needs More Development. Apr 17, 2021

    By Navy Nate
    Love this app for setting waypoints and making my own hike I can enjoy. In California, knowing property boundaries are as important as the hike itself. There needs to be more preset hikes or the app needs to be more intuitive so that searching for hikes when not on my home area is not cumbersome. Overall, this app can and I think will be better than other hiking apps out there. If it expands its preset hikes on the app and makes it easier to find a more diverse array of hikes, then it will be the best app offered!
  • I am a huge fan! Jun 26, 2021

    By AllKnowing1
    This app rocks! I used it everyday on my 9 day canoe wilderness trip to the BWCA in Northern MN. With no cell service, the offline maps gave me everything I needed. While the other boat used a paper map and had to figure out where they were, I had a more detailed map that showed me where I was and where I needed to go. The waypoint and trail making feature was sweet as well. Highly recommend for anyone venturing outdoors.
  • Jun 24, 2021

    By Ralph Morelli
    Excellent app! I'm an avid hiker in the Superstition Mountains area in Arizona, and this app is excellent to have; a great companion along with my handheld GPS and paper maps. 😁
  • Solid Tool and Easy To Use Apr 11, 2021

    By agtm1
    I’ve been using the app for about three months now and can say that it’s a true tool for backcountry hikes. There are a lot of places in the PNW that I hike that don’t have cell signal so the offline map feature come la in clutch. I also really like the waypoint feature as a photographer so I can make spots I want to come back to with different equipment.
  • A Gem May 25, 2021

    By matdesmond
    gof a mapping app for hikers and campers. Multiple other mapping apps out there charge the same (or more) yearly subscription for access to useless mapsb. and layers. Open up OnX Backcountry and BOOM- trails, state campsites, canoe runs, launches, parking areas, forest boundaries etc., etc., etc, are all already on your screen without having to slap on useless layers hu or download other digital maps. Excellent job, OnX. the m
  • Jul 20, 2021

    By Justin Schnur
    Love it works great for what I do snowmobiling, fishing, hiking bwca
  • Great app for hiking! May 15, 2021

    By dobaer
    Great app for finding local trails for hiking, including a *really slick* 3D map view that shows elevation by overlaying the map image on a 3D frame. The “land types” help you see public vs. restricted access areas and the weather feature assists with both planning and current conditions. I can’t wait until they expand it a bit for trail running and MTB.
  • Jun 13, 2021

    By Jef Hayes
    Good quality maps - fast. Plus it helps Leave No Trace. How can you go wrong?
  • The best app I’ve found so far Apr 13, 2021

    By Molly I.
    Seriously, this is the most intuitive hiking/outdoors app I’ve found (and I’ve tried them all). All the information you need to plan a hike or long trail run is there, and the offline maps are actually reliable! Can’t wait to see what OnX has in store for the future.
  • Useful! Mar 17, 2021

    By B577953885
    Great for finding BLM and other public lands. Some oddities with the UI and trying to maximize viewing space without wiping away the info you had pulled up. I think they say it’s beta still and that seems about right. No issues with crashes or anything though.
  • Jul 10, 2021

    By Marc Herring
    I haven't used it on a trail yet. But just finding near by trails and looking at the extras, like waypoints and measuring the trails looks promising.
  • Jun 7, 2021

    By It'sBetterOutside
    Seems great still learning the features. Wish I could zoom in a little more with more clarity for sure.
  • Wish there was one umbrella subscription. May 22, 2021

    By Firemute
    I am not a hunter. But I like features of all the company’s apps. I wish the elite subscription of On X Hunt could be used for access to all their apps, one umbrella of access. The hiking features are certainly more detailed in this app than the trails layer in their other app.
  • Jun 14, 2021

    By Carl Ingram
    Good and I love the off line mode but lacks some of the common trails in my area
  • Big fan Jun 27, 2021

    By shaymos94
    Great app and worth the money. I used to use(and still do use)hiking project. OnX has so many awesome tools that distinguish it into a class of its own. The only feature hiking project has and onX doesn’t that I really enjoy having is the elevation information.
  • May 2, 2021

    By Claude Potts
    I'm giving it 4 stars only because I have yet to try others. Used it on my phone for an ATV ride the other weekend and it did a great job of tracking. Just getting started into this.
  • Needs bikes and climbs Jul 5, 2021

    By harrisonjg
    Since onX bought mt project I was hoping to have a one stop shop for bike trails hike trails climbs and land ownership. I like the interface and the snow and his features, but I would use more if it had bikes and climbs too. Hopefully they add mtb project data soon
  • Testing it first Jun 3, 2021

    By cusbxlsnbxiwj
    So far I like it but haven’t used all the features to make sure it’s 5 star.. will return to update it if it works expectedly. So far I don’t see how to map a trail and make sure it gets me to the spot I want
  • Good app Jul 4, 2021

    By AMStev
    It’s a great app. My only hangup is that when you click on nearby trails, you end up with stuff that’s quite far away and nowhere in the area that you’re looking at.
  • Kinda brutal to use Apr 22, 2021

    By Riley Kraus
    I don’t seem to be finding much when trying to finding lines with this service. When switching from trail to snow mode and then selecting my activity, backcountry trail maps only show up sometimes. Plus, there’s a very limited amount of trails actually there. I’ve found better luck using Powder Project’s website when trying to find skin-tracks. Not a bad app, just very difficult to use snow mode. If there could be a wider selection of trails for backcountry skiers would be a great app. And a mode to hide all the hiking trails. Don’t really need them when everything’s covered in snow and I’m trying to find skin-tracks.
  • Jun 25, 2021

    By Amy Haptonstall
    If you already have onx in some form, so far I see no benefit to backcountry except pretty colored lines of trail. I found it very lacking as it does not have an easy way to measure trail distance. Instead, you click on a trail and it gives the entire length which is usually useless (some are 50+ miles but likely only want to hike a portion). I would use it more if it gave this feature of measuring sections easier. Line measure is combursome, better if pt A to pt B on trail and it calculates
  • Help please? Jul 17, 2021

    By jaguarsnake1108
    Onx icon whited out yesterday and I’ve been unable to open the app 2 days. I went to appstore to ck for update and there is an update and my iPhone software version (iphone 6) is incompatible. I checked my phone for updates, it’s up to date; ckd apple website and ios 13 is not available for my phone. I need a link to download the version onx i just had before update please. I love this mapping software. It’s best for trails hands down!! Please help. Star rating based on the app just abruptly quitting without me updating or anything and icon turning white.
  • Forced Free Trial Jul 26, 2021

    By Paul Haney
    I did not want to start my free trial when I’m home for the next 7 days. I was just checking out the app. You should ask me if I want to start the free trial.
  • Not impressed Jul 6, 2021

    By skohlmey
    Offline maps could be more flexible…. Not very impressed with the information include for trails and recreation areas.
  • On The Rise May 16, 2021

    By kgallagher7273
    Just started use the app. So far it's in a slow climb
  • Good but unrefined Apr 11, 2021

    By NickyHope
    Cluttered UI and awkward to use but looks good and full of features
  • Jul 4, 2021

    By Ivan Webber
    Underwhelming, Not Useful There is no good way to search the map. For example, although the map has special icons for Frisbee Golf Courses, if you wanted to find the courses in your area you would have to pan the map. There is no way to filter by type. If you're looking for a hike there is no way to filter by difficulty, geographic area, etc. There is no way to create bucket lists or remove hikes you've already done from the discover page. No info on legality of camping. No exclusive content.
  • Highly disappointed Jan 15, 2021

    By EMTsnow
    OnX Backcountry has two good features and that’s the offline maps and 3D maps other than that I highly suggest Gaia or CalTopo over this app. Slope angle shading is vital in backcountry missions, map layers are impossible to find on this app. You get 100x more information on maps on both Gaia & CalTopo. I’ve used CalTopo for years and have had a much better experience. I’ve used Gaia for a week, and OnX for a week. Gaia for being out in the backcountry and tracking while on a mission is amazing, CalTopo for when I’m planning missions at home is how I use the two together. OnX has 100% lost it for me, if I hunted, I’d use OnX, otherwise no benefit to other maps to most backcountry users. Especially since you can use CalTopo for free and still get more info than OnX....
  • Missing key feature... May 29, 2021

    By kmbrewcrew
    I got this app hoping it’d help provide extra support for hiking trails, but have found it severely lacking in one feature that I think is very odd...trail segment distances. It tells you how long the whole trail is, but does not have distances on segments of the trail. I find this odd because I also have a subscription to OnX Hunt Maps, and for the trails that are on there, this feature exists. I paid for a year on this app, but I’m not sure there is any added benefit for it over simply keeping the hunt maps subscription. Hope that changes with updates, as I really want to like this and find usefulness for our hiking, camping and hunting excursions...
  • Jun 29, 2021

    By Thomas Brennan
    Very clunky and clumsy operation & navigation within app. Recommend All Trails over this app. Bought a one-year subscription for $10 intro price, but will be cancelling and going with All Trails all the time.
  • Jun 18, 2021

    By Andrew Crampton
    Only 3 map types, unable to create routes, better off sticking to AllTrails if you're a casual hiker. Not even in the league of actual navigation apps for more serious use.
  • Jun 29, 2021

    By JC
    Doesn't really offer anything that other apps can do for free. Satellite or topo map, some trails identified. Why did I pay for this? Can I get my money back??
  • No way to try out snow mode Mar 4, 2021

    By Okamiiii
    No snow mode? The whole reason I tried this app out was to see what the snow mode was like, but it doesn’t appear to be there unless I pay. Can’t pay if I don’t have a chance to try it out and see if I like it. Otherwise this is just another map app (a nice one, but not worth paying for unless I can see the snow mode).
  • Not user friendly Jul 27, 2021

    By Runner307
    I had high hopes knowing they provide an outstanding hunting app. After paying for this app, I rarely use it and often rely on the free apps I have from before. They have a lot of work to do before they should start charging for a service.
  • Low resolution topo maps Jun 4, 2021

    By Woodave
    The topo map is poor quality and low resolution. Gaia and CalTopo have much better maps.
  • Clunky UX Apr 16, 2021

    By CascadeHikingGuy
    Hard to navigate, use, and heavy at 142mb comparing to other outdoor apps and pricing. Best to Google top outdoor apps and try one from the list.
  • Jul 10, 2021

    By Tyler Jordan
    The app is not very useful but the thing that pisses me off the most is I can't figure out how to cancel my membership. The directions to cancel give you options that don't exist in the app. It tells you to go "my accounts and orders > membership questions" but the only option in my app is "my account" and there is no "membership options" on that page
  • Jul 4, 2021

    By Charlie chucks
    Very hard to use. Difficult to find trails and has an extremely limited selection on the app. Wasn't able to attempt tracking to see if that works, I'd assume it also is substandard. It's like All Trails, but less in every way.
  • Jun 8, 2021

    By Kristen Murphy
    No offense to this app but All Trails is much better. I never needed to pay to discover new local hiking trails on All Trails. I eventually bought a subscription from them because I love the app so much and it is quite useful while hiking new trails. You should ditch the free trial and let people experience your app for a little while longer. If it's good enough then they'll pay for it.
  • Cluttered and clunky maps May 4, 2021

    By Cal Vike
    Way too many layers on the map with no intuitive, easy way to turn off the layers. If there is a way to turn off the layers, I haven’t found it. I don’t need to see bulky, thick blue lines all over the map, and trails with multi colored lines overlaid on them. And if you tap for a waypoint, but decide you don’t want it or need to move it, it appears you have to save it first and then delete it. You should be able to just it cancel or ‘X’ out of it. This app is trying to put way too many features into one experience. Too clunky and map is so littered with overlay debris that it’s pretty much useless as a… map.
  • Cheap cheap cheap cheap cheap. Use All Trails May 18, 2021

    By Slickreview
    I’ve used ONX for years as a paid member amd actually love it. Came across their new app here , downloaded and logged in with my current on x account and unbelievable- they want to hit you with another $30 charge for hiking functionality that really should be a part of the original app. They’ve gotten greedy. Use All Trails, it’s so much better and less expensive than this money grab nonsense. Junk, 1 star
  • The price for this app is overly ambitious. Apr 16, 2021

    By Happyhiker61
    One thing is for sure: the emphasis for creating this app was not out of any sense of altruism, but solely to rake in the bucks. Why pay $40 per year when I can buy a fully equipped, stand alone unit at Cabelas for $99? Let me know when you’ve reduced your yearly fees and/or offer a fair, one time price.
  • Not worth it Apr 26, 2021

    By Sj01221
    There are so many other apps that function better without a price tag to start. 5 min of use and I found this app didn’t compare to AllTrails or the outbound. Recommend that the developer removes the 7 day trial and builds up the app before charging.
  • Not that great... May 26, 2021

    By dmess801
    I use the OnX hunting app which is handy for determining whether you are on private land etc. However, there are far better apps that do what this one is trying to do. I would check out your options before choosing this one..
  • The same Jan 13, 2021

    By Desert traveler
    No real difference then the other two onx apps very limited in maps and features compared to other gps apps.
  • BETA version - bad use of layers , no controls Dec 22, 2020

    By jamesm925
    caltopo is superior. this app seems to have slope angle shading enabled by default, with no way to turn it off. it clutters the maps and makes them hard to read. it lacks basic functionality like checking elevation by pointing the crosshairs, lacks easy distance measuring. google earth has way more features than this app. it’s def not rdy for prime time.

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onX Backcountry: Hiking Trails & GPS Navigation

onX Backcountry: Hiking Trails & GPS Navigation