Guthook Guides: Hike Offline

Guthook Guides: Hike Offline

By Atlas Guides LLC

  • Category: Travel
  • Release Date: 2013-03-08
  • Current Version: 8.1.7
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 49.91 MB
  • Developer: Atlas Guides LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    5/5 ( 6,547 Reviews)
  • Price:
Guthook Guides: Hike Offline App Ratings: 5
From 6,547 Reviews

Guthook Guides: Hike Offline App Description

Guthook Guides help you get to the places you’ve dreamed of! Explore the most popular hiking and biking trails around the world with your own personal handheld trail guide. Each guide works completely offline, even in airplane mode. It uses your mobile device’s internal GPS to display your location and guide you along the trail no matter where you are. Whether you go on a day hike, section hike, or thru hike, Guthook Guides will help you find your way without getting lost on the trail. The majority of thru-hikers use our app on America’s Triple Crown trails which include the Appalachian Trail, Pacific Crest Trail, and Continental Divide Trail. Guthook Guides has your adventure covered with detailed maps showing your exact GPS location, thousands of miles of trail routes, and over 10,000 waypoint details. All of the data for our trails is collected by trusted individuals and partners, and is kept up to date. Let Guthook guide your next adventure! KEY FEATURES -Works offline, no data or internet required after initial setup -Detailed maps including GPS location, detailed routes, and waypoints -Elevation profile view to see when your next big climb is -Create your own custom route to plan your trip with the route builder tool -Stay informed by reading real-time waypoint comments by other hikers and leave your own -Keep your friends and family up to date by sharing your current location via email or text -Choose from multiple offline map sets DETAILED WAYPOINTS -Waypoints are plotted on the main trail, approach trails, side trails, and elevation profile -View waypoint details and photos with up to date comments left by other hikers -Waypoints include: water sources, shelters, campsites, road crossings, trailheads, junctions, viewpoints, peaks, parking, and many others -Town guides include: accommodation, restaurants, resupply, laundry, post offices, shops, historical sites, and more US NATIONAL SCENIC TRAILS -Appalachian Trail -Pacific Crest Trail -Continental Divide Trail - The official app of the Continental Divide Trail Coalition -Arizona Trail - The official app of the Arizona Trail Association -Pacific Northwest Trail - The official app of the Pacific Northwest Trail Association -Ice Age Trail - The official app of the Ice Age Trail Alliance -The Florida Trail - In collaboration with Florida Hikes US REGIONAL TRAILS -The John Muir Trail -The Colorado Trail - The official app of The Colorado Trail Foundation -The Wonderland Trail - In partnership with Tami Asars (in Mt Rainier National Park) -Tahoe Rim Trail -Mount Whitney Trail -The Long Trail (Vermont) -The White Mountains (New Hampshire and Maine) -Baxter State Park (Maine) -The Monadnock-Sunapee Greenway (New Hampshire) -Acadia National Park (Maine) -San Jacinto Trail system -Arkansas trails: Ouachita Trail, Buffalo River Trail, Eagle Rock Loop, Ozark Highlands Trail -Many State Parks and mountain areas across New England INTERNATIONAL TRAILS -Camino de Santiago - Camino Frances (St James' Way in Spain) -Te Araroa (New Zealand's National Hiking Trail) -Great Divide Trail - The official app of the Great Divide Trail -Trailblazer British Walking Guides: Wainwright’s Coast to Coast, Hadrian’s Wall Path, Cotswold Way, West Highland Way, South Downs Way, and Ridgeway -Australia and New Zealand: Bibbulmun Track, Overland Track, Three Capes Track, Cape to Cape, Larapinta Trail SUPPORT If you have any questions, please email us at LEGAL Terms of Use:

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App Reviews

  • Indespensible

    By "Scratches"
    Don’t leave home without it. So useful I sent my maps home and relied solely on Guthook during my month on the Appalachian Trail.
  • Clunky User Interface. Good info

    By Yoshi TX
    It has become kind of a de facto source for information so many many people post. But the user interface is just atrocious trying to figure out how things work for the first time
  • Seems to be missing a lot of info that is contained in other guides

    By tjstroker
    After using this for a while on the AT, it’s become apparent that there is a lot of data out there on the trails and towns that is not contained in this app. I’m not sure where the app pulls data from, but it’s lacking in that department. Other guides seem to list more, and more current, data about available resources, like hostiles, restaurants, stores, etc. on the trail. And while the maps are nice, there are important waypoints that are just not listed. However they exist in other guides. The app itself seems to run fine for the most part. I seem to experience an issue where the GPS stays enabled even though I turn it off in the app. The app shows the GPS off, but as soon as I move to the home screen (app in background) the little blue bubble in the upper left corner continues to indicate enabled. The only way to get it to stop is to force close the app.
  • Guthook Review

    By unodawg
    Awesome on Southern Section of PCT. Thank you.
  • This is my go to app

    By Expat2017
    I love this app and I‘ve used it for years. My only problem is trying to stop myself from checking it constantly. There is so much information about the trails and it seems like it is updated regularly. I only have a few suggestions if they are possible. 1) SOS button for if you get into trouble or if there is an emergency. 2) Add more trails from around the world. I use Komoot in Europe, but would use Guthook if it were an option.
  • What’s Not to Like

    By ChrisFromFL
    Maybe the only thing that might make the app better would be comment sections to rate shuttle services and include their phone numbers.
  • Essential equipment!

    By Wolverine1967
    Guthook's app got me through my CDT thru and AT SOBO thru. Tons of information and very easy to use. You’ll always know where you are in relation to the trail - even when you don’t have a cell or data signal.
  • First time user

    By Grampy Roy
    Bought the first AT section for a short hike just to check it out. Didn’t think I would use it much. I was on it a lot. Lots of good info. Location, distance to and from, water sources...all very accurate.
  • Guthook... YES!

    By 8throtl
    I sent my Enreach home. I was only using Guthook. So, that should say it all.
  • Latest update erased all comments

    By GilchristH
    The most recent app update erased all public comments and it makes planning very difficult. Don’t invest in this app unless/until this bug is fixed.