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What’s New

Version 4.0.4

This release features some bug fixes and updates that include:
- Record button that shows when you're tracking
- Trail checkin screen uses your preferred units
- Fixed a bug where some trails didn't show the full trail description
- Fixed state restoration, so that if the operating system kills the app, it restores where you left off
- Fixed a bug where the "Download [your area]" pops up when you've already downloaded your area

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
1.1K Ratings

1.1K Ratings

Editors’ Notes

On our next wilderness adventure, we’re bringing sunscreen, some extra water, and Hiking Project. Created by and for hikers and runners, its detailed trail guides (full of photos, terrain data, and offline maps) help us get the most out of familiar paths. Plus, it’s great for discovering fun new places to roam.

JamesCroftPhoto ,

Loving this app!

We tools this app out for a spin over the weekend, and it was fantastic! Being able to browse all of the trails at a glance in the area (we were visiting Mt. Laguna in Southern California at the time) was fantastic. Finding a trail with just the right length was obviously great, but one of the features that proved to be quite invaluable was the trail highlight and GPS feature.

Being able to double-check our location against the trail meant never wondering about whether we had taken the right spur (as there were multiple cross-crossing trails along our path) and at one point when we got lost in conversation, we were able to double-check our location and find that we had missed the narrow off-shoot we were to have taken while enjoying each other’s company.

Another incredibly helpful feature was the elevation overview for the trail. Taking a look at it meant being able to ration energy and plan food and water breaks more easily, as well as determining when to take an impromptu break before one of the bigger gains in elevation along the trail. It’s been a wonderful, beautiful little app so far, and I can’t wait to see where else it takes us. Happy trails everyone!

tubamindfreak ,

An Incredible Tool

Whether you are a novice to hiking or you’re an expert, this app is a must have. The Hiking Project is an awesome resource for planning your next hiking adventure; it also makes a great resource while on the trail.

It’s trail library curated with excellent standards for photographs and GPS accuracy when submitting new trails to the system. The elevation graphs of the trails are extremely informative and so is the fact that the graphs are interactive. And most of all, this app allows you to accurately determine your own location on the trail in situations where you are conserving your phone’s battery by disconnecting from your cellular network or if you simply lose service.

I still use good, old-fashioned maps of course but a multimodal approach to adventuring has always worked best for me. This app has helped increase my confidence and overall experience out on the trail. Whether backcountry camping or embarking on a day hike, I never play outside without it.

Editors’ Notes

On our next wilderness adventure, we’re bringing sunscreen, some extra water, and Hiking Project. Created by and for hikers and runners, its detailed trail guides (full of photos, terrain data, and offline maps) help us get the most out of familiar paths. Plus, it’s great for discovering fun new places to roam.

Information

Seller
Recreational Equipment, Inc
Size
150.2 MB
Category
Sports
Compatibility

Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Languages

English

Age Rating
Rated 4+
Location
This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
Copyright
© Adventure Projects Inc 2015
Price
Free

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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