Discover millions of outdoor trails even in the most remote places on Earth. You can choose between running, hiking, cycling, mountain biking, kayaking and up to 45 different outdoor activities available.
Track your outdoor activities with GPS on a map, add waypoints, take photos along the route and upload all of it directly to your Wikiloc account right from your phone.
Enjoy free offline topographic base maps from all over the world that work without Internet access. Ideal when you’re out in the wild with no data access.
Want to take your outdoor experiences even further? Go PRO purchasing the Navigation Pack and:
Turn your mobile phone into an outdoor GPS navigator. Use your phone to guide you through any outdoor trail with heading indicator and audible alerts to warn you if you go off-track.
Live Tracking - Broadcast your GPS tracked activities on Wikiloc.com and your family & friends you choose can watch how you're doing the entire time.
Own a compatible Garmin GPS? Send trails from your phone directly to your Garmin, no computer required.
By purchasing a subscription to the Navigation Pack you’ll get all the above and you'll also be contributing in helping us out in maintaining Wikiloc.
Join us at wikiloc.com, the community where you can meet millions of sports enthusiasts, travelers and nature lovers sharing our experiences through GPS trails.
- Shows translated descriptions of trails and waypoints on your language when available.
- Bug fixes and performance improvements.
Ratings and Reviews
Turn-by-turn GPS guides on millions of trails worldwide.
Great App for Backpacking Trips!
I've used this app for three short backpacking trips and for my daily walks around town for exercise to track mileage. It really performs well. It's accurate and quick to respond. You can add waypoints with descriptions along the route and even photos along the way. You can share your saved trails with the world or keep them private. It works great, but I was still considering buying a dedicated GPS device because I wanted to be able to plan trips and plot routes before a trip. I just found out today that you can even do that with Wikiloc! You can draw your map out on your desktop and it gives you the milage and elevation along the route. After you save it, you can download it to your phone and follow the route. The phone battery runs down fast compared to one GPS unit that I read has a battery life of 12 hours. I can see a few areas that would make it easier to use, but it's an amazing app for the price! Well done Wikiloc.
Lots of potential
I’m just starting to use the app and am impressed with the number and variety of types of trails available. There is an opportunity for this to be an indispensable app if one likes to find new trails of all types. However it could easily become difficult to use if there are too many useless trails.
It would be nice to have something like master trails that list an established trail from start to finish and have people post suggestions for sections of trails or combinations of multiple trails that can make up a journey.
It would also be nice to have a standardized public transit section that describes if and how someone can get to and/or from the start and finish points of a trail.
- Wikiloc Outdoor SL
- 73 MB
- Requires iOS 9.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- English, Catalan, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
- © Wikiloc Outdoor SL
- In-App Purchases
- Navigation pack (1 year) $3.99
- Navigation pack (3 months) $1.99
- Navigation Pack (1 year) $3.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.