Pacific Crest Trail :: Continental Divide Trail :: Appalachian Trail :: John Muir Trail
Data Book :: Elevation Profile :: Reference Map :: Add Waypoint :: Journal Entry :: Weather :: Preferences
Using your devices' GPS the Postholer Trails GPS app will place you along your favorite trail using manual or tracking location features. Complete track and way point data for the Appalachian Trail (AT), Pacific Crest Trail (PCT), Continental Divide Trail (CDT) and John Muir Trail (JMT) is available from within the app at no extra cost.
|Manual GPS Location||GPS tracking mode||Hike anywhere in 'Sim Mode'|
|Create way points||Filter way points||Set way point alarms|
|Off trail alarm||Metric (SI) or standard||12-24 hour clock|
|Reverse trail direction||NAD83 decimal degrees||Point forecast on trail|
|Update your Postholer Journal||Customize elevation profile||Change tracking interval|
|Change waypoint arrival distance||Wildly configurable to meet every hiking style||Change off trail distance|
|NO in app purchases||NO Advertisements||NO payments for data|
|Telemetry footer (trail mile, elevation, proximity, speed, latitude, longitude) on every page.|
The home page will help you get started quickly and provides all the information needed to use the app effectively. Be sure to read the tips and suggestions for configuring the app to other than default settings. You'll also find support contact information here.
The data book is a tabular list of way points, mile, elevation, distance to next, distance to previous. Your device GPS keeps you at the nearest way point. You can filter way points and set way point alarms from this page. Too many way points? Not enough? Filter it! the PCT alone has over 5,000 way points. Tap a location to get more info, set/unset an alarm or delete the way points you added.
View the trail in terms of elevation by trail mile. All your filtered way points are displayed here. Each way point type has it's own distinct color. You can easily pan to any part of the trail. From with preferences you can can change the number of points to display and the distance between mileage labels. This gives you a broad or narrow view of the elevation profile.
Here you can see where you are in relation to the trail and your filtered way points. Your way points are shown as mile markers. Again, you can easily pan to any part of the trail. From within preferences you can scale the map view to suit your needs.
Add a Way Point
You can add a way point at your current location or specify a different coordinate. A short description, location type and detailed description are the pieces of a each way point.
Update your Postholer Journal with all the info available in your journal. Add a photo, text and coordinate, the resulting email can be sent off via your native email app to your journal at the Postholer site.
No hiking trip should be without a current weather report. Get point forecasts for trail specific locations by trail section, section high point and section low point.
Here you can download trail track/way point data and configure the app to your hiking style. You'll find many different settings...be careful!
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