The best app in Israel in Israel for trips and field navigation
New! Want to find the nearest spring? The parking lot closest to you? We added a direct search from a variety of thousands of water sources and hundreds of parking lots straight from the main search screen!
Amud Anan - the collaborative guide to Knowing the Land, is a social project for creating a tour guide and a geographical encyclopedia for Knowing the Land, as a tool for travelers, students, and lovers of the Land of Israel.
The app shows the location on topographic 3D maps, with more than 70,000 (!) Points of interest that include a description of places and sites in the country.
Have you found a new point of interest in the city or area? Add it! Any user can add points of interest and photos and update the existing information directly from the mobile phone or on the website. The app is updated every session. You can upload route files on the website and they will appear in the app. The track recordings are automatically synchronized to the personal page on the site.
You can purchase from the app official trail marking maps of the Society for the Protection of Nature 1: 50,000 and professional trail maps 1: 25,000. The maps will be installed on the device, and can be used without the need for a network connection.
Join the more than 300,000 registered users of the Cloud Page website and app!
In the near future, many improvements will be added to the app, including icons, maps of various types, travel planning tools, and more.
'This may be the most comprehensive of the hiking maps available. A topographic, dynamic map, on which are worn all the trip sites known to Israelis wherever they are.
You can find information in the app about hot springs and wading pools, hiking trails and equal and hidden stopping points. Each blue dot represents a trip point, to which are attached explanations from various surfers who have visited the site and offer their advice for free.
The intensity of the site is in the scope of the routes and sites it offers for anyone who requests it, when it is also possible to tour in the desired hiking area and simply "fish" a route that you did not even know existed ".
- Eitan Leshem, Haaretz 8.6.2020