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    Been Around the Block drhcobra's Avatar
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    I use Gaia GPS for hiking. Havenít used it wheeling but I would think it would work well. Rumor is that it will be adapted to CarPlay at some point. Right now it is not.


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    I use trailsoffroad.com for trail information and gpx files, and I use the GPX Viewer Pro app for navigation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BornToRunAustin View Post
    Hi, went out on the trails in Palo Duro Canyon recently and our guild got lost. Iím looking for recommendations on an iPhone or iPad trail map guild?


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    Quote Originally Posted by drhcobra View Post
    I use Gaia GPS for hiking. Havenít used it wheeling but I would think it would work well. Rumor is that it will be adapted to CarPlay at some point. Right now it is not.


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    Heard that too. Excited for that. It will actually make my Alpine X209 useful offroad.


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    I'm running Gaia on an 8" Galaxy Tab S2 that I picked up super cheap at Best Buy around the holidays. The Garmin Overlander looks promising, but damn pricey.

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    Check out Earthmate from Garmin. It was originally from DeLorme before Garmin bought them out.

    Anyway, it's an app I installed on my cell phone. You download the maps you need. A cell connection is not required while off road. It links with their website so you can build routes. It will keep tracks and waypoints. Very capable.

    There is a yearly subscription fee.

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