- 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.
+++ That’s all you get with MAPtoHIKE +++
TRACK YOUR PERFORMANCE
• Track your hiking activities like distance, altitude or pace – no permanent internet connection required
• Check your current position on the map and see where you have been hiking
• Just start the tracker, put your phone in your pocket and enjoy the hike!
COLLECT PINS & GIFTS
• Get rewarded with badges for your sportive activities: Hike 1.000 vertical meters to collect the 1.000 Vertical-Meters-Badge, for example. There are also badges to unlock on specific daytimes or location-based events
• In every region new badges wait to be discovered – over 450 of them are waiting for you, plus some hidden ones. Find and collect them all!
• Some of them are bundled with cool prizes like gifts, discounts and surprises by our cooperation partners. Be prepared for more to come!
FINISH A SCAVENGER HUNT:
• Start a hunt on defined places to finish a route through a region! They lead you through the whole area, the best spots and you are even awarded with a prize!
• Participating regions are highlighted in the overview
BE PART OF THE CONTEST
• Compete against friends and other users of MAPtoHIKE
• For every badge you collect you gain points. The more points you get, the higher your ranking.
• You’ve also got the chance to win attractive prizes – like outdoor equipment or trips to hiking areas
ADDITIONALLY YOU CAN :
• get an overview of more than 430 regions of MAPtoHIKE. Check out what’s happening in the regions right now and find coupons and discounts before you travel to the area. See which badges are still to discover and try to win them
• share your sportive success with friends on Twitter and Facebook and show them which badges you’ve collected
• never miss an exclusive contest again and stay informed with the new notification feature. You will receive great surprises from your favourite region
No permanent internet connection is required to use the app. You can use MAPtoHIKE in foreign countries without having a data plan. Only to view the contest ladders and synchronize your data you need to be online. The Tracker and the Pin-reward system work entirely offline (via GPS).
CONTACT & FEEDBACK
Our sports addicted team welcomes your feedback! We want to make MAPtoHIKE even better with your help. With the help of frequent updates, we can react quickly on bugs. Let us know if you have any questions or problems. We will listen closely to your suggestions and to your praise. :)
+++ You are also biking or skiing/snowboarding? Then try our apps MAPtoBIKE and MAPtoSNOW +++
Note: Continued use of GPS running in the background can decrease battery life.
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.)