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 your first region for free and say hello to your next adventure!

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 10.61.0

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
3.1K Ratings

3.1K Ratings

lord of men ,

Lord of men

I can not say enough about this app. Truly first class for cycle touring. I have been using it for about four months on a tour through Europe and it has been amazing. It has really been our only go to map for over five thousand kilometers. It has kept us on the cycling safe roads and helped us find sights. It also has a great feature that lets you divide up a tour into days and figures the your accommodation into the equation. It also will even show the weather and at what point you will have rain on the tour. I also like how the cycling specific map shows the national routes highlighted. It really helped navigate the Rhine and Rhône cylcle routes. I was at first worried that it would take us onto dangerous roads but now I don’t even worry. It has been 100% safe. We have run into a few temporary closures but have been able to route the way around. We have also been amazed on some of the trails it has put us on, beautiful forest trails, deserted farm roads, really just lovely finds. Don’t hesitate to get it and get the premium version if you are touring or want to see the national cycle routes.

yourmom44 ,

Needs vast improvements

I heard about this app through a Facebook group recommendation. I wanted to use it for cycle touring. It’s got a good start, but here’s where it failed me. I use Google maps bicycle feature to get a rough idea of safer routes, then use Ride With GPS to make modifications and zoom in for safer roads. This would be a really good alternative, but the map detail is VERY vague. There are no state line divisions for the US and a lot of roads and highways aren’t labeled even on full zoom. That makes it extremely hard to find obscure start and finish points. For example... I tried to make a route across my state from corner to corner and the longest diagonal route. I couldn’t find the state lines on either side and finding the furthest roads to the very tips of those corners was almost impossible. I had to open Google Maps to compare it and find the roads I was looking for. I also compared the route to the Google Map bicycle route with the same exact start and end, and Google chose much safer roads. In the Southern USA, drivers do not respect cyclist and cycling laws, and the laws aren’t enforced, so SAFETY FIRST.
It’s a handy map system, but it needs work. I’d rather put the time and effort into modifying my route with a better marked map that also allows me to view satellite imagery so I can zoom in and find large shouldered highways and back roads.

Fletchy71 ,

Great Combo with Elemnt Bolt

Used it twice for two 75km rides in Denmark, including sections of single track, as well as 32km MTB ride through single track.

At first, it seemed to simple when compared to RideWithGPS. My first impression was “this looks too basic”. Then after playing with it.. I realized its UI didn’t need a lot of fuss. It just works.

Planning a route just involves clicking waypoint/breadcrumbs along the map.

The MTB area I go has some complex “Figure 8” that crosses back over the existing route already ridden! I learned in these maze-like paths, I simply needed to add more waypoints/breadcrumbs to prevent the route from recalculating to an alternate route. Easy.

Finding Komoot hard to fault as a route planner for the Elemnt Bolt.

One feature I would like is the ability to edit a planned route or a tour (logged ride) in the same way. For example:

In a planned route, I can edit the route, but I can’t add photos or journal the ride.

On a tour that I have ridden, I can add photos and notes to journal my ride... but I can’t edit the route. Of course that makes sense if you want to track your exact workout/trip.

But I like sharing routes with others.. and I don’t think they need to see that I rode 300m off route to go to the bathroom, or I decided to adventure off trail to a neighboring village which isn’t on the course.

Loving the app! Works great with the Bolt. Highly recommended!

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