- AMC New England 4,000-footers
- AMC New England Hundred Highest
- AMC New Hampshire 4,000-footers
- Maine 3,500-foot peaks
- New Hampshire 52 with a View
- New Hampshire Fire Towers
- Trailwright New Hampshire 4000 footers
- Northeast 115 Club 4000-footers (Includes New York peaks)
- Vermont State County High Points
- New Hampshire State County High Points
- Maine State County High Points
Powered by "the peak bagging app", you can now bag peaks on these lists, track ascent dates for multiple climbs, logs and notes for each ascent and even create reports for Trail and Peak conditions to share with other users of the app!
Also, at any time you can upgrade to "the peak bagging app" which has access to over 10,000 peaks and 200 climbing lists!
About "the peak bagging app"
the peak bagging app project is an initiative conceived by some outdoor enthusiasts / computer nerds who longed for a better way to track and plan their peak bagging, climbing and mountaineering adventures.
Each MapPacks' topo map data covers a specific area or park of interest.
This edition covers the full extent of Bear Brook State Park in Allenstown NH.
When online, google street maps are also displayed.
Includes GPX file support, which allows you to save and view your recorded tracks.
The GPX trail files are saved to accessible external storage folders.
You can create new GPX trail files from your recorded tracks and or add
GPX files from other sources for viewing in this App.
-USGS shaded relief topo map data pre-installed with the App
-Animated Nav arrow with your current GPS position, bread crumb trail,
and compass heading
-Seamlessly displays GPS tracking position with a continuous bread crumb trail
-Live GPS Track recording
-Recorded Track Statistics, gives metrics for speed and distances over traversed tracks
-GPX file support for saving track recordings and viewing of GPX trail files from previous
-Map browsing for both topo and google map layers
-Single map selection for topo map viewing
-Live continuously updated bread crumb trail, lets you see where you have traveled up to
your current GPS position
On startup defaults with GPS in pause mode, and displays a general location in the park.
To start the GPS tracking go to the map settings and un-check the pause GPS box.
Track recording is off by default.
To start a new track recording file, name your track, and check Record Track under Map Settings.
You can start and stop the recording anytime.
The bread crumb trail runs all the time while GPS tracking is enabled.
Statistics data will be displayed when recorded track is selected and displayed, when enabled.
Note below zoom level 16, new topo map tiles will not be loaded and displayed , so if you don't see a topo check and make sure the zoom is at 16 or above.
If you select a single map from the selection, make sure you are at zoom level 16 or above or the map will not be displayed.
When displaying track overlay files the browsing of maps is slower, for general browsing you can speed things up by clearing the track display while browsing.
You can try one of the other free versions like MapPack for Rocky Mountain National Park to get an idea of how the App and Maps perform on your device before buying.
(The free versions are not full featured but allow for browsing of map data and tracking.)
**Remember never rely on electronic devices , they can fail at any time.
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The notebook is inspired by the work that Land Stewards do for the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests. The stewards are volunteers that help monitor and take care of the Society's properties - maintaining trails, signs, and kiosks, cleaning up, walking the land, and helping to promote the woods and the Society. The notebook is meant to be a simple tool to document what you see and do using the phone you're carrying around, in places where there might not be a signal.
(Neither we nor the app are associated with SPNHF, but we appreciate what they've done to conserve the mountains and forests.)