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Hey, try downloading All Trails from the App store or from Google Play. I've found a lot of trails from this or from Yelp.
This trail is Bell View to Flag Summit. If you search that on All Trails you'll find it and directions.
How long are you looking for? There are some short, kid-friendly trails at Bowl & Pitcher, one of which the majority is along the river.
Also, I'd recommend checking out the AllTrails app ( Android | iOS ). Map search, ability to make lists and save trails, and great filters. Premium account allows you to download trail maps and some other bells & whistles, but functionality is great even if you don't spring for the paid version.
A guy in the gym told me about this one but I not sure if it's good or not as I've never used it.
Edit: I'm not sure if that is the one but there is defiantly an app for Ireland.
Yeah probably, and you're welcome! If you aren't familiar with it, the AllTrails hiking app (Google Play and iOS app store) is pretty great at pointing you to literally hundreds of trails in the region.
Hike it from the north, at Palmer Gulch, across from the KOA, along 244 just west of Mt Rushmore. It's longer and much more challenging.
There are several hiking apps, like All trails with it's web page.
Check out the alltrails app. They have tons of trails on there with reviews and you can sort by what kind of trail you want to do.
Congratulations! Im very happy you went out to get in touch with nature, just please remember to be safe. I live in the Adirondack mountains, and we have continuous news stories about people being rescued from the mountainside somewhere because they were ill-equipped, and their 2 hour hike turned in to a 2 day nightmare.
first and foremost, always let someone know where you are going and when you plan to be back. Secondly, dont forget to take a large water bottle with you, maybe even a snack or piece of fruit for when you take a break at the top. I also have a hiking app on my phone (AllTrails - Android) or another app you like so that you can mark the trail or your parking spot, just in case you get in a jam and need to find out where you happen to be and where you need to go.
Have Fun and Happy Hiking!!
Codfish creek trail is right past forest hill bridge and is about a 2-3 mile round trip hike that is really easy.
Check out this trail on AllTrails:
Sent via AllTrails for Android
Also, the dirt road is a bit rough but we made it in my friends mustang which is pretty low. Just park at the bridge and follow the river. At the "Y" in the trail stay to the right and that will lead you to the waterfall. There's also a little trail to the top of the waterfall but it's pretty steep.
Not off the top of my head, but check out the AllTrails app (Android), (IOS). It's been great for me so far. You can download the trail data prior too, which is almost necessary everytime as the terrain trends to create black spots of mobile coverage. GPS on your phone should still work though, so you have a nice little map for your home.
I use the app AllTrails to find great rides. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alltrails.alltrails&hl=en_US
Pour ceux qui sont intéressés, j'ai trouvé une app qui me permet de trouver des coins pour le camping. Pas mal intéressant comme application.
Try the app All Trails
It is an excellent resource for finding trails specific for hiking, biking, running etc. It has exceptional maps with terrain, elevation and distance details + a really great community of users that provide all kinds of relevant information and trail reviews. You can download the maps to use offline and has built-in features to help prevent getting lost.
Its a super cool app
There is an app called "AllTrails":
Does anyone know of a relatively cheap GPS tracker. I'm looking do something similar to the Google location history. I was using my phone but it was draining the battery too quickly. I also tried and app alltrails I found it a was more accurate then the Google location history but it also drained my battery. I don't need real time just location history.
...teach a man to fish...Alltrails https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alltrails.alltrails
Check out the AllTrails app it shows you maps in Manitoba with reviews and times.
We started using this app last year. It's s great way to find trails you didn't know exist.
I use the alltrails app to look for paths near me, found some nice ones.
Yes, but the waterfall is more of a stream of water. You can download Alltrails it shows you images of the waterfall.
All Trails app, I love it. We found a bunch of new trails this summer.
Check out AllTrails, it's also on Android and IOS.
It's got options for pet friendly, pram capable, as well as a host of other features. My girlfriend and I have used it quite a few times (she uses it a lot more then I do) and it's great. I'd not pay for it, but the free version gives you everything you need anyway.
In case you don't get many answers here, the AllTrails app can help you find places that you never knew were so close to you.
App link for Android
App link for iOS
Install this app called alltrails. It has a list of the trails in the region and you can filter according to your needs.
Yes. Since the dawn of fitness bands, this has been a complaint. The Mi Band 7 doesn't have a GPS receiver, and relies on your phone's receiver, so the precision & accuracy is dependent on your phone.
Next time you go out, use a phone app that can records a track by saving the NMEA data every n seconds. Or use a workout app that saves a track. You should be able to compare your track to position waypoints (every turn, basically,) on a map. There are TONS of tools that do this, from free fitness apps to expensive apps like AllTrails, Locus, Backcountry, Avenza, or Gaia. (some of those have free versions.)
Links to some useful walking apps
All Trails - iOS Android
Welly Walks - iOS Android
Website with additional maps - https://wellington.govt.nz/recreation/outdoors/walks-and-walkways/trail-maps-and-apps
Please be careful when out walking so the New Zealand Mountain Safety Council has an app for that called Plan My Walk - iOS Android
This could help:
There is a free App with all the trails around the city.
Check out the AllTrails app. They have tons. If you have android, it's here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alltrails.alltrails
Don't know the iPhone link
Checkout AllTrails. I use it to find all sorts of great trails.
I've been using AllTrails for the past year and it's been good to me.
May want to give this a try. Found it about a month ago and am looking to start using it when it warms up a bit.
Glad to help! I heavily utilized AllTrails for offline backcountry/National Parks maps and RV Parks & Campgrounds for finding cheap/free camping (it displays much more than just RV parks). I know there are also apps for finding truck stops, but they're easy to find on U.S. interstates so I personally didn't utilize those apps. I also used this site for free camping when I had wifi, but keep in mind that these "campsites" are usually more primitive than campgrounds and are first-come, first-serve. I also relied on the basics, like Waze, offline Google Maps, GasBuddy and a weather radar app (I prefer Dark Sky). If you're considering hotels as well, I'd recommend downloading Expedia & Airbnb's apps.
I feel like the all trails app does all this for you already