TrailLink is the ultimate trail-finder app to help you stay active and get
outdoors. Enjoy full-length trail descriptions, reviews, photos, and detailed
trail maps not found anywhere else! Discover amazing trails near you that are
perfect for cycling, jogging, walking, workouts and more...
Newest Update resolves previous issues
I love TrailLink. It is my go to resource for finding new trails in new locations. The app allows me to find suitable trails for my road bike, and then helps me easily navigate to them. The maps, trail info, and reviews are extremely valuable to me. It will still take me a little more time to get used to the new UI, but the developer seems to have fixed the problems I previously had. Thanks, TrailLink, for reaching out to me and working to make the app awesome again. ******** previous review: Most of my favorite functionality is gone in the new update. I hate that I can no longer “redo search in this area” to search for trails in the area I have showing on the map. I am a truck driver and pretty much search for new trails every day, depending on where I happen to be that day. The search location screen is disastrous. If I try to tap one of the autofill suggestions, entirely different cities and states are filled in. I also hate that I can no longer just scroll around the map and see all the trails in the country. I know, with new updates it takes a while to get the wrinkles ironed out. I have faith the developers will fix these problems. Hopefully soon, as this is one of my most often used apps! *******end of previous review
Love the app but have one suggestion
I love this app. We just got into biking this year and have enjoyed trying out new routes. I prefer biking on trails more than roads and have downloaded a dozen maps so far. They are very useful since most trials don’t have adequate signage and therefore we can use gps with the app. My only complaint is this. We prefer to ride a minimum of 20 miles at a time. If I see a trail that is only 3 miles long I will skip it. Not worth the drive. But I’ve realized that a lot of these continue where another trail ended. It’s really hard to see this on the app. Would be nice to have a filter on the app that would show all the trails in an area. All in all I love this app. Can’t wait to go out and explore more trails.
I love OCA! But it’s not a walk in the park and if you are looking for a cardio training path you might be disappointed with the stops and starts. The terrain can be rough with rocks and roots and erosion damage especially after heavy rain. Thicker tires are necessary. Certain spots also have a lot of pedestrian traffic and they are often oblivious to their surroundings with earbuds drowning out your approach warnings. I’ve had people wander right in front of my path even as I’m shouting “on your left!!” It is beautiful, though! Lots of deer and other critters watch silently as you pedal past.
The new update is too buggy. You search a place for location it pops up so you click it and another place (not even listed) shows up??? Update: new release seems to have fixed the problem
Since I travel a lot, I find this app useful for zeroing in on trails that I can enjoy while in new places. The app saves me time by providing local information & helpful hints to maximize my experience. Thanks!! Also, I cannot understand how anybody could ever complain about paying a bit for work that others do, to make your life more enjoyable. Seriously, the app creator/manager seems to be communicative w users & wants to improve the app ongoing.
Waste of time and money
At this moment, if I could give it no star, I would. Download the app, was using it as well as the website on a regular computer, found them both rather clumsy to use but was able to pick out a few potential trails. I realize that to be able to download them for off-line use, I would need to make a purchase of the unlimited version which I did. When a couple of days later it came time to need to use the app on the trail, I could not login with my same credentials, could not reset the password, could not access my favorites and certainly not the downloaded maps that I spent some time on. Beyond frustrating.
Please make an iPad native version...
The iPad version is simply a scaled up version of the iPhone version. Very annoying. I tried to write a review for the extension of the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail in Acton, MA, and I was limited to about 3 lines of text without a scrolling capability. I was unable to complete my review because I could not see what I was typing. Too bad, because I was attempting to post a 5 star rating for the trail but the app let me down. The app also only works in portrait mode 😕 which is VERY annoying. Perhaps these issues are why I had removed the app from my iPad (I needed to re-download the app to post a review). Please fix it!
Much easier to travel.
When I took a trip to Maine three months ago to ride the rail trails I didn’t have TrailLink Unlimited. I did not print out the trail info and maps that I needed in order to navigate effectively. As a result I rode one of the trails all day thinking it was 28 miles in length when really it was 38. All the pedaling aggravated my knee and I was nearly exhausted. I never wanted this to happen again. Now that I have TrailLink Unlimited I have no real fear of a mishap.
Absolutely loved this trail. I ended up running the trail while most ppl were biking. Both are easily done! The trail has crushed rocks but mainly level. The views are breathtaking and make you forget where you are with the turns and bends on the path. The trees provide great shade for most of it. I parked at the outlets and managed to get a 6.0 mile run (turned around about a half mile into the neighborhood the trail opens up into). Enjoy!!
Love this site/app
When I travel I like to know where there are trails in the areas I will be in. TrailLink outdoor maps help me find trails that suit my desired distance and surface depending on what I will use them for. It is nice that there are photos posted from other users that even help out even more since I can see what I will get to see on my journey!! Love this app and have used it for years.
A Bike Riders Must-have Tool
I have used TrailLink website and app for a number of years. (I have an annual subscription.) I have used TrailLink to find greenways rail trails. It’s a valuable resource that I have used to find and ride trail in Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee, North Carolina, Mississippi and Florida. The trail descriptions and very useful. Downloading the trail brochures are also a great reference for parking, trailheads and relief breaks. Yes it is very appropriate to say, “Try it you’ll like it.”
While in a mountain range that has a plethora of hiking, camping, ATVs, etc. I just downloaded this app for peoples reviews of the options around here and if they had any tips on where to park and what trails allowed dogs.. well, I downloaded this app, put in my location and absolutely none of the local hiking anything popped up.. if I hadn’t already hiked in the area I’d have been completely steered in the wrong direction and finding myself driving BACK DOWN THE MOUNTAIN to go hiking... that doesn’t even make sense. I immediately deleted this app. A complete waste of space on your phone; find another app.
Horrible for ATV trails
Googled “ATV trails near me”. This website/app was one of the first to pop up. So, I downloaded the app, signed up and when I search for ATV trails, it says no results found. I’ve tried every city I know has ATV trails and my current location. Even tried leaving the location blank. Also, there is a completely different tab to search for trails. You can’t just refine what’s showing on your map. Deleted almost as quickly as I downloaded. Seems to have plenty of mountain biking trails so that probably works just fine but that’s not the reason I downloaded it.
I have to pay for each individual trail map, but there are other apps that offer the same service for free, or just an initial app purchase, also without having to deal with logging in. No thanks, deleted. Edit: To the developer response; If that's the case then just charge initially for the app purchase, I would be more than happy to do that. But this is freemium BS and it's deceptive. And why in the world do I need a freaking login for a TRAIL APP. This trend of creating an account for everything is tired and unnecessary. This is why I deleted your app and gave it one star.
Useful app with easy UX
Downloaded this app while on vacation to find some good running trails. The map and search functions are great. I like that I can favorite trails for later and the community reviews are helpful. I wish you could download more than one map for free, but I get it. It is a service that should ultimately be paid for.
Yes. TrailLink: Trail Maps & Guide is quiet safe to use but use with caution. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 4,165 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.6/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for TrailLink: Trail Maps & Guide Is 31.5/100.
Yes. TrailLink: Trail Maps & Guide is legit, but not 100% legit to us. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 4,165 TrailLink: Trail Maps & Guide User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for TrailLink: Trail Maps & Guide Is 31.5/100.
TrailLink: Trail Maps & Guide works most of the time. If it is not working for you, we recommend you excersise some patience and retry later or Contact Support.
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