- Open Safari, search for "juicytrails", and open juicytrails.com.
- Click the "Action" icon.
- Click "Add to Home Screen".
- Open JuicyTrails from your homescreen.
Browse thousands of trails in your browser and on your mobile device! JuicyTrails pulls trail data from the OpenStreetMap database and uses advanced technology to create the most accurate and readable digital trail maps. Check out the trails in your area!
To access trail info when you are away from cell service, get JuicyTrails on your mobile device:
JuicyTrails provides trail users everything they need to add new trails into the OpenStreetMap database. Using a simple interface in your browser you can plot the data points for a trail using GPS and Strava data. Anyone can improve the map. Check it out how to upload GPS data to create a new trail in JuicyTrails:
Whether you are planning a run, hike, or ride you can easily share trails with others! Plot routes that combine multiple trails and then share them via email or Facebook:
For events (e.g. races) and digital guidebooks you can embed trails maps right into in your website. Users can download offline mobile maps right from the embed. For example, here is the world famous 401 trail in Crested Butte:
Embedding maps is quick and easy, check out a demo:
You and your local community are the best ones to create and maintain trail data for your area! JuicyTrails makes this easy and it puts that data into a public and open database (OpenStreetMap) so that the data will always be there and you will always have control of it. If your local trail, hiking, or biking organization needs help figuring out how to collaborate to get your local trails digitized, we are here to help! Contact us so we can help get you started.