Guthook Guides

Guthook Guides

Designed & Published By Guthook Hikes, LLC

  • App Category: Travel
  • Release Date: 2013-03-08
  • Current Version: 7.0.5
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 55.09 MB
  • Developer: Guthook Hikes, LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    5/5 ( 1,556 Reviews)
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Guthook Guides App Ratings: 5
Based on 1,556 Reviews

Guthook Guides App Description

Take the entire guidebook on your hike with Guthook Guides! Whether you are planning a thru-hike or a weekend walk in the woods, Guthook Guides has you covered with detailed maps showing your exact GPS location, thousands of miles of trail routes, and over 10,000 waypoint details for major hikes and treks across the US and around the world. If you’re looking for the popular Guthook Appalachian Trail, Pacific Crest Trail, and other guides previously in separate apps, they can all be found right here! We have dozens of guides available for everything from major thru-hikes to local weekend hikes. See full trail availability in the trail selector in-app. Key features: —Detailed maps including GPS location, detailed routes, and waypoints —Elevation profile view with GPS and key features —Custom route creator to plan your trip —Multiple background map choices Waypoint data: —Waypoints are plotted on the main trail, approach trails, and side trails —Water sources, shelters, camp sites, road crossings, trailheads, viewpoints, peaks, and much more —Town details including accommodation, restaurants, resupply, laundry, other services, historical sites U.S. 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 —The Florida Trail - In collaboration with Florida Hikes —Ice Age Trail - The official app of the Ice Age Trail Alliance U.S. Regional Trails: —The John Muir Trail (through Yosemite and Kings Canyon National Parks) —The Colorado Trail - The official app of The Colorado Trail Foundation (from Denver to Durango) —The Wonderland Trail — In partnership with Tami Asars (in Mt Rainier National Park) —Tahoe Rim Trail (around Lake Tahoe) —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) —Mount Whitney Trail (to the highest point in California) —San Jacinto Trail system —Arkansas trails: Ouachita Trail, Buffalo River Trail, Eagle Rock Loop -Many State Parks and mountain areas across New England International Trails: —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 —British Walking Guides including West Highland Way, South Downs Way, and Ridgeway


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App Reviews

  • Amazing!

    By Toolbag4life
    This app is truely amazing. It is the trillest.
  • iPhone 7+ Experience

    By Shrugger
    The app is awesome but can be a little clunky when creating trails. The info at least for the Florida trail was good. It did crash a few times not good during trail creation.
  • From “Following Walkers Way”.

    By Walkers Way
    Great on AT & Ocala Portion of FT. Using Again in spring on AT & in August on JMT. Extremely valuable tool for me. TW
  • Ghook

    By Willard70
    Did a little hiking . The app is a great addition to our maps . I would suggest Guthook to anyone it has a lot of info about all the things you will find while hiking the trails that are available on the app
  • Love it!

    By HomeLessGuy03
    Used your AT Guide for my 2017 thru-hike and plan on using your PCT guide for 2018 thru-hike. Thanks!
  • Great app but still room for improvement

    By Sgt_N8
    Let me start by saying this app will get you through the entire AT without trouble. The only thing I would change would be to add the ability to create custom waypoints to save on your adventure. This is mostly because there were lots of camping and water supplies we came across that were not listed that will could be hard to find again when trying to go back and visit favorite spots on the trail. Another instance I could see it helping would be when you come across areas that are reroutes around bridge washouts or Bees nests. Even without this ability, this is still very much worth the cost of the maps.
  • AT Section Hike Essential

    By Woodywoo19
    Using this app exclusively, I’ve now section hiked three states on the Appalachian trail. During planning, it’s helped me visualize every single day - down to the minute, mileage, elevation and water stop. When I’ve gone off-trail, it’s pointed me in the right direction, and when I’m tired it’s been my motivation, knowing exactly how many miles there are to the next waypoint. It’s also kept me safe because I know exactly where water, shelter, and towns are, and it’s reliable as ever. I even had momentary issues with the app, and the creator himself was writing me, making updates, and genuinely wanted to help. I carry a back-up map of course, but this app is truly all you need to get out and hike.
  • Retested app and its working

    By TedAK
    I have retested the app on my iPhone and iPad and it appears to be working fine. My user error. Although i do suggest to rework the main selector window by highlighting the " select" button as it really is at a higher position in the hierarchy.
  • Essential gear for any thru-hike

    By plonk5
    Used this app on the CDT in 2017. I fired it up at least twenty times a day since the trail was mostly unmarked. Can’t imagine hiking without it!
  • Indispensable Hiking App

    By Tip2
    Of all the trail map apps out there this one is by far the best for the trails it supports. Yes I can navigate with a compass and paper map, but not nearly as fast or easily as with this app. The long distance hiking support info (waypoints, resupply, water, etc.) is extremely useful. User inputs on the condition of water sources, Trail/Shelters, etc is great to have on the trail. I use the ability to plan routes and assess how difficult (elevation, terrain) a section will be all the time. The GPS w/o a cell signal is very nice allowing a quick check on how far to my next waypoint. I also discovered the developers are very active in updating and maintaining the app so data stays as current as it possibly can and bugs get fixed quickly. A must have if you hike these trails.