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AllTrails

Hike, Bike & Run GPS Hiking & Biking Trail Maps Explore new hiking trails

Discover trails: Search over 400,000 trails around the world by location, interest, skill level, and more. AllTrails for iPhone is a health app specially designed to be fully-featured fitness app.

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Whether you hike, bike, run, or walk, AllTrails is your companion and guide to the outdoors. Find detailed reviews and inspiration from a community of trail-goers like you. We’ll help you plan, live, and share your outdoor adventures.

AllTrails offers more than a running app or fitness activity tracker. It’s built on the idea that the outside isn’t a place to seek, but rather a part of us all. Custom route planning helps you search for dog-friendly, kid-friendly, stroller-friendly, or wheelchair-friendly trails, and more.

◆ Discover trails: Search over 400,000 trails around the world by location, interest, skill level, and more.
◆ Plan your next adventure: Get in-depth trail info, from reviews to conditions to GPS driving directions — and save your favorite trails for later.
◆ Stay on course: Stick to your planned route or chart your own course with confidence when you navigate on the trail.
◆ Grow your community: Celebrate outdoor adventures and find inspiration by connecting with trail-goers like you.
◆ Share your outdoor adventures: Easily post trails and activities on Facebook, Instagram, or WhatsApp.

Discover trails that fit your nature. Trails for workout planners, hikers, walkers, mountain bikers, trail runners, and casual cyclists. Whether you’re pushing your limits or pushing a stroller, there’s something out there for everyone. Let AllTrails help you find it.

► Do more outdoors with AllTrails+ ►
Spend less time figuring out where you want to be, and more time enjoying where you are. With offline maps, wrong-turn alerts, and extra safety and planning features, your annual subscription gives you more tools for more adventures.

◆ Search by distance from you to find the closest trails.
◆ Stay informed with live route planner details like air quality, pollen, and light pollution.
◆ Unplug completely or pack a backup with printed maps.
◆ Download offline maps ahead of time and track your GPS location, even with no cell service.
◆ Keep loved ones in the loop with Lifeline.
◆ Prepare for the hills ahead: Follow topo maps and trail maps in 3D.
◆ Focus on the view, not the map, with wrong-turn alerts.
◆ Get satellite weather with real-time map details.
◆ Record your activity with stats and photos of your favorite hiking trails.
◆ Stay on track: automatically export your records to the Apple Health app.
◆ Give back: AllTrails donates a portion of every subscription to 1% for the Planet.
◆ Explore ad-free: Remove occasional ads by subscribing

Whether you’re geocaching in a national park, browsing bucket-list mountain bike routes, or planning a trail run to clear your head, AllTrails+ makes the great outdoors even greater.

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AllTrails Walkthrough video reviews

1. AllTrails App Review and Tutorial (COMPLETE WALKTHROUGH | FREE VERSION)

2. How To Use the AllTrails App (Beginners) - HikingGuy.com

Is it good?

AllTrails, Inc. has put efforts and engineered a sophisticated hike app. What makes it successful? It is very easy to use for such a solid health app with built-in bike features. Well, as a top-performing app with an overall rating of 4.88 I can only add what people who have tried it are saying.

A couple years back I took on an ambitious 13 mile day hike by myself on beautiful sunny day in the Colorado Rockies. While I was familiar with the area, I had never done this specific route before. I had not brought a compass or my SpotX (dumb move) so I had AllTrails pulled up running in the background of my phone so I could refer to the GPS on the map. I had made it over the mountain pass and was making my way down the other side back down to treeline to discover the trail had been washed out. I didn’t think anything of it and started following the creek thinking it ‘ah it’s probably just down here.’ I walked about a half mile before I realized I wasn’t in the right place. I got completely turned around and had no idea which way led back up to where I came from and I had zero cell service. After a brief moment of panic, I remembered I had AllTrails was running so I pulled out my phone and slowly but surely followed the little blue dot as I moved through the woods. According to the map, it was close but I still couldn’t see it. After about 15 minutes, I heard voices and saw people walking above me. I had found the trail! I bushwacked up, took a deep breath and continued on my way. Thanks to AllTrails, I manage to right my path and get back to where I need to be. While it’s not accurate 100% of the time, it truly is a great resource.
I use the app as an adjunct to Horse Rider for horseback riding. Checked it out on a 9.5 mile horseback ride at Lizzie Lake near St. Cloud, FL. One other rider has the app also. At the northern end of this trail is a series of relatively short loops that would be easy to get mixed up in. The app worked perfectly for the main trail and all the little loops. The big plus for my usage is that it shows your position on an Alltrails map. It seems to be accurate. However, in some local trails that I frequently ride, I have seen some instances where the Alltrails map is not quite up to date. However it does show paths that people actually use, which are not always the same as the park or reserve on line maps. I use Horse Rider to record my track, which includes the path, speed, and in my case heartbeat, calories, distance, etc. The great thing about Horse Rider is that it automatically shows your path on a satellite map. These make a great pair, as you can instantly check your position on the Alltrails app without scrolling through a lot of stuff. Local to the places I ride, the maps are generally complete and accurate.

Download AllTrails free for iPhone and iPad

In order to download IPA files follow these steps.

Step 1: Download the Apple Configurator 2 app to your Mac.

Note that you will need to have macOS 10.15.6 installed.

Step 2: Log in to Your Apple Account.

Now you have to connect Your iPhone to your Mac via USB cable and select the destination folder.

Step 3: Download the AllTrails IPA File.

Now you can access the desired IPA file in the destination folder.


Download from the App Store