Komoot is the only tool you need to make the most out of this time of year. Just pick your sport type, plan your route and explore more of the great outdoors this summer.

Turn your next ride, hike, or run into an adventure with komoot. Get inspired by tapping into shared community knowledge and recommendations, then bring your adventures to life with the easy route planner.

Get the route perfect for your sport—be it smooth asphalt for your road bike, singletracks for your mountain bike, silent cycling paths for touring or natural trails for your hikes. Plan down to the last detail with at-your-fingertips info like surface, difficulty, distance and elevation profile.

Never take your eyes off the road with turn-by-turn voice navigation: your precise, down-to-the-inch verbal navigator that doesn’t distract you from your surroundings. Keep your eyes firmly on the adventure in front of you and navigate with ease, even on small trails or in the woods.

Download your planned outdoor adventures and save topographic maps with one tap. Navigate the outdoors even when the internet is down or unreliable. Differentiate hiking paths, MTB singletracks or paved roads, terrain and land cover at a glance.

So you can decide on the destination of your next adventure at a glance, see Highlights on the map. From peaks, parks, and points of interest, to singletracks and sandwich shops, these places or segments, showing up as red dots in the planner, are the spots other users think you should check out. And if you’re in the know, you can recommend your own to the community in turn and inspire others to visit your favourite places, too.

Track your rides and hikes with GPS. Add photos, Highlights and tips and build your own personal adventure log that’ll store your favourite experiences—forever. Save them for private use or share them with the komoot community to receive likes and comments and to inspire fellow outdoor folks. Follow your friends and like-minded explorers to keep up with their outdoor adventures.

Contribute photos, tips and Highlights to the community and show you’re a local Expert. Earn more upvotes than in any else for your sport in your region and become the Pioneer!

Whether you prep like a pro on your desktop or plan a route on the go, komoot automatically syncs your routes, tracked adventures and photos across all devices, including your smartphone, desktop, iPad and Apple Watch. Use a Garmin or a Wahoo? Simply download the komoot for Garmin app in the IQ Store and sync your profiles via Garmin Connect, or connect your komoot and Wahoo accounts to share Tours with the ELEMNT and ELEMNT BOLT.

When you download komoot, your first region is free—forever. To expand the areas in which komoot has your back, conveniently choose between single regions, region bundles or the World Pack to access offline maps and turn-by-turn voice navigation wherever you go.

Take a quick glance at your Apple Watch to get directions, distance, and speed in real-time—right on your wrist.

You can connect komoot to Health to ensure your data is always up-to-date. Automatically share your time and distance data for komoot hiking, cycling, and running activities with Health.

“Komoot does for hiking and biking what Apple does for hardware: makes it easily accessible and fun to use.”
— Cult of Mac

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Komoot uses background audio service for voice navigation messages.
Komoot requires a GPS signal for directions, Tour recording and speed in real-time.
Please note: Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.

What’s New

Version 10.49.0

In this latest version of komoot, we have fixed several bugs that arose since the last release to improve your overall experience of the app. An update that’s less about cosmetics and more about performance, you won’t notice any visual differences in the app—although you’ll feel the improvements when you put komoot to use on your next adventure.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
7.1K Ratings

7.1K Ratings

Nickitynicknicknick ,

Great for route planning when touring

I have been looking for a decent way of creating routes on a mobile device with offline maps for some time and this is the best i have found. It is easy to use and adjust on the trail. Planning needs internet access but from that point on everything is offline which is ideal for touring abroad.

We recently used Komoot for an 8-day in Montenegro and it was brilliant. The app found some great little back roads and only once tried to send us down a track that didn’t exist. Other than that, it did everything we asked of it. We used the iphone app for navigating (rather than transferring to a Garmin device) and it was easy to follow directions. The elevation profile was particularly useful while riding. However, it does use a lot of phone battery power to have the screen on for many hours and so i would suggest having a battery pack with you.

Overall I would highly recommend this app and think the full unlocked map version is excellent value. I’m less convinced by the community aspect as it currently stands but for route planning and directions on the road it is fantastic!

Simplesheep ,

Love the functionality and use with Wahoo

I’ve used this app for about half a year now and am loving the different functions. In particular I like the ability to switch between different types of map whether that’s the standard Komoot map (which is one of the most detailed I’ve used), or the open cycle map showing all the cycle lanes around the world. This makes it so easy to plan a ride and stay away from busy roads and onto lanes that are best suited to bikes. I also love being able to see all local attractions on the map. Which means every ride is different and includes something interesting to see and experience. Finally having turn by turn on my Wahoo Element Bolt makes it much easier to use than just following the plotted lines. Also uploading rides and saving to them to the Wahoo is really easy once the two apps are connected. Whether it’s for road cycling, bike touring or mountain biking Komoot is probably the most detailed and easiest to use of any cycling app. I’d highly recommend Komoot to anyone wanting to keep rides interesting and refreshing.

Heytreacle ,

Use it locally and see how poor its route finding is...

... that’s it. It might be decent for throwing together a quick ride somewhere new (though, as a UI designer, it think it’s a poorly laid out interface), but as soon as you try to use if for local routes you see how poor its choices are.
I've tried for road biking and MTB/cyclocross. On road it will consistently send me down the busiest roads here in the Cotswolds, while other quieter options are all nearby and, off-road it’ll still regularly add road riding in all while missing some of the very best local climbing and descending routes available.
Try to add in waypoints to include these sections and, rather than intelligently seeing that, say, as a mountain biker, it would be optimal to link where you were previously with this new marker via that excellent Bridleway, it will fussily makes you ride past them on a road before doubling back to this new section and then doing a U turn back to the original poor route it had plotted for you. There’s no logic there.

Significantly better off with local knowledge for yourself at home, or via locals in the new area you’re checking out. This has had an enormous marketing push lately, but, in my experience, it is fundamentally floored at the one thing it should be nailing- finding A1 riding for you.

App Privacy

The developer, komoot GmbH, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

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  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
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  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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