If you're planning on visiting Hornby Island, British Columbia, Canada, don't forget your mountain bike. If you don't already know, Hornby Island hosts an amazing network of single track trails. There are over 40 kilometres of pure single track bliss to be found here and it's all within in a relatively small area. There is seemingly no end to the amount of creative loops you can ride. It's all so picturesque as well. Time and again you will feel as though you're riding through a mountain bike magazine cover shot.
Includes over 40 named trails with descriptions (tap the blue arrow in the "Trail Info" list).
-user location can be displayed on the map
-trail difficulty ratings
-auto pan and zoom map to selected trail
Notes about usibility:
-Tap crosshair button to activate GPS. Look for arrowhead in the status bar at the top of your display.
-Orange pointer symbol indicates location when GPS is activated (crosshair button). If GPS is off it and it is still visible, it is the last known position.
-"GPS OFF" button will help reduce battery consumption. Look for arrowhead to disappear in the status bar at the top of your display.
-In the "Trail Info" list, tapping the trail name will auto pan and zoom to that trail; tapping the blue arrow button on the right will open the description page for the trail.