Trails are marked in orange in the app. All UTV Trail data is crowd-sourced, meaning when a user records a ride it is uploaded and shared with everybody in the community. If a trail doesn’t exist on the map, hit record before your ride and the trail will be available to everyone using the app!
It’s easiest to find trails if you zoom out on a region to see trail clusters, then zoom in on the clusters for fine detail. Tapping on a trail or waypoint brings up a brief tooltip with basic info (name, location and length). Tapping the tooltip brings up a detailed view of the trail or waypoint (specific metrics, trail details, and contributing users) On a trail you can expand the trail details menu and add your own information about the trail. For example, if you realize the trail you’re on veers into private property, you can easily mark it under “trail details” so other users are aware. The more data collected, the more useful the app gets.
To find your location on the map, use the re-centering tool on the app’s main screen (crosshair button on menu). To enable compass rotation (map rotates as you turn so the top of the device is the direction of travel), select the compass tool on the app’s main screen. Please note, some Android devices lack a magnetometer, so this feature doesn’t work on every device.
If you see a trail or waypoint that is is inaccurate, inappropriately named, or misleading, please report it in the app. Tap the flag on the right side of the “trail details” screen, and our team will look into it as soon as possible.
Seeing an orange spinner in the bottom right when you pan or zoom the map? This means the app is loading trail data from the server. If it gets stuck or no maps are appearing, try rebooting your app. If that doesn’t work reach out to us using the “contact us” link at the top of this page and we’ll help you troubleshoot the problem.