Topo Maps+

Topo Maps+

By Glacier Peak Studios LLC

  • Category: Navigation
  • Release Date: 2013-07-30
  • Current Version: 5.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 112.51 MB
  • Developer: Glacier Peak Studios LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 3,327 Ratings


Go Deeper into the Backcountry. ** ZDNet's 24 Best iPhone or iPad apps for 2017 ** Featured in Apps for the Great Outdoors ** Featured in Apps for Outdoor Adventures ** Featured in Apps for Hiking and Camping ** Featured in Offline Hiking and Travel ** Featured in Get Outside ** Featured in Apps for Plan Your Summer Vacation "Topo Maps+ is your best backcountry companion" -- TUAW (The Unofficial Apple Weblog) Dream Less, Adventure More! Download Topo maps for offline use while deep in the backcountry. NEVER GET LOST AGAIN Combine GPS with downloaded topo maps and you can view you current location on a topo map even when you are at that perfect hidden mountain lake that is days from the nearest the cell tower. Use the GPS and compass on your iPhone to see your current location and to align the map with the direction you are looking. (GPS and compass work without an internet connection.) APPLE WATCH SUPPORT View your offline maps and current location just by glancing down at your wrist. You no longer need to pull your iPhone out of your bag to check your position. DOWNLOAD MAPS Easily download USGS, MapBox, NRCAN/GEOBC, Thunderforest, and Satellite maps so you can use the maps offline while deep in the backcountry. PLAN YOUR NEXT ADVENTURE Be prepared for that awesome journey through majestic mountains, down flower ladened valleys, and over craggy passes. Trace routes to find approximate distances and elevation profiles between locations. After tracing a route on a topo map you can view that route on the Satellite map. GORGEOUS MAPS * Detailed USGS 7.5 minute topo maps for the USA. USGS topo maps are the ultimate map for hiking, backpacking, mountain biking, and other outdoor activities. They have the details you need while in the backcountry. * Detailed USGS 7.5 minute topo maps with stunning relief shading for the USA. This gorgeous relief shading makes the USGS topo maps much easier to read and use. * NRCAN/GEOBC topo maps for southern and western Canada. * Thunderforest outdoor map has contour lines, trail, and outdoor features for the whole world. * Glacier Topo map has world wide hiking and biking trails. * MapBox Terrain is a beautiful elevation and land-use layer for the entire world, visualizing hills and elevation contour lines. * MapBox Satellite offers highly-detailed imagery for the whole world. * MapBox Street map is an ideal map for urban use and getting to the trail head. * New Zealand Topo Maps from LINZ. * US NOAA Marine Maps * Partial US National Park Visitor Maps * Partial US Forest Service Maps PLAN * Download maps for use offline. * Easily trace routes to find approximate distance between locations. * Add waypoints to maps. * Print maps just in case something happens to your iOS device. If you don’t have an airprint printer you can email yourself the map and print it from another computer. * Trace over a trail on a topo map and then visualize that trail with the MapBox terrain and satellite maps. EXPERIENCE * View your current location on the map, even if you are offline. * Use the compass to orientate the map so you know which direction to go. * Record your trip to see your distance, elevation profile, and average speed. * With downloaded maps you can go deeper and farther into the backcountry without being worried about having an internet connection. SHARE, IMPORT, & EXPORT * Share routes, trips, and waypoints with your friends. * Share custom map images * Export routes, trips, and waypoints to KML & GPX files to use in other apps. * Import routes and waypoints from KML or GPX files. TAGS * Organize your routes, trips, and waypoints with beautiful tags. * Share tags with your friends so they can import the data into Topo Maps+ or into another app via a KML or GPX file. CLOUD * Sync your routes, trips, subscriptions, and waypoints between all of your iOS devices. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.



  • The worst way to download maps!

    By 3zozq8673585
    The only thing they care about is that you pay the premium. You’re almost forced to do it, otherwise, you’ll to download tiny squares off the map. I was trying to download Yellowstone national park’s map, and I cant even tell if I’m downloading all of the needed parts. You want an easier way? You have to pay to ZOOM OUT! You’re much better off with google maps. For the dev team, you could have tried to sell different patterns or maybe add ads on the app. Restricting a main basic function of a map app is definitely the worst way to make money off of people.
  • Awesome App!!

    By WiHunterGuy
    I’ve been using this app for about a year now. I used it last fall on a hunting trip. Marked hunting locations, trails, sign, and all sorts of things. I love the fact that you can pick what kind of map you want to view it on, there are so many options! I also ride horse a lot, and a lot of the time there is no reception in the mountains. So the fact that you can download the maps to your phone ahead of time is great!! I am just using the free version but it still works awesome!
  • Maps are uselessly out of date

    By Montana Old Guy
    I just wasted thirty bucks on a Pro subscription. The ancient maps I downloaded for the Bozeman Montana area have not been updated for decades. None of the current trails are shown. Utterly useless. I am going to request that Apple cancels this fraudulent sale. Shame on you people.
  • Spend some time with it before you head out

    By FingerDemon
    I downloaded this for a trip to the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone. I went ahead and paid for the detailed maps of those parks as separate purchases. Once I got to the area, I couldn’t tell if I was using those maps. I finally realized that I wasn’t. I kept trying to download them, but iffy WiFi and cell signal in the park made it fail. I finally sent a note to support and got a reply from the founder of this app. I really can’t fault his follow up. He talked me through the maps icon showing the map you are using having a green border. The downloads have to continue until they say Open. At home this is no big deal, but on low bandwidth that download can sit in full green for a while before showing Open. I kept closing it too soon. Anyway, resolution is very good on those purchased maps and if you download them ahead of time, it is easy to use. With family sharing, others in the family can also download them. A friend that came with us got the subscription. This meant she had to download each map section. Again, better to do that before you leave stable WiFi. Only after I got home did I try my iPad. Looks great and we could have used that for planning the next days hikes over dinner. Without GPS, wifi only iPad won’t show location or path. But it is a nice big, high quality map for planning. So the interface could be easier, but it works as advertised and the founder Mr. Johnson has my thanks for reaching out to help, personally.
  • No need for any other maps!

    By Hghappy53
    First I'd live to say that the developer is quick to respond to ANY questions. Stephen personally responds with help. The only issue I've ever had was with not having good map coverage in national parks but now with trails illustrated that problem is resolved.
  • Interesting

    By Old Walt
    What's not to like at looking at places you have been and seeing what the elevation is and what use to be there.
  • Best thing to happen to me

    By Weekend woodsman
    Last year I bought some forested land and I use this app literally everyday to mark my tracks to keep track of where I’ve been, track animals, mark fruit trees, mast trees, interesting landmarks, wildlife habitat, deer trails, discover new logging roads, approximate national forest and park boundaries. I use it to keep track of my trail cams, tree stand sites, food plots, etc. I love that you can overlay the satellite images with the Topo maps and I love that you can download the maps and it doesn’t require cell service. Your phone GPS works off satellite (not cell towers) and as long as you have a Battery pack to recharge your phone while you’re out you should be good in the back country. I couldn’t live the same way without it. Only two things that I can think of that would make this better is to 1.) sync it to overlay local GIS info so you can see private land boundaries and owner info, but this is public information and you can still get it for free on the web. And 2.) sync it with local weather and wind forecasts so you can see which way your scent is forecasted to be blowing at certain times the next day or two depending on a certain location so you can plan your hunt. It’s just a guess but at least it’s an informed guess. Lol. Bravo though, this app is irreplaceable to me.
  • Topo maps 👍

    By woodwarddj
    Very nice app for being free. Wish the maps had a little better detail and in my area some of the trails are not updated or the original trails are off a little bit but I have been tracking all the trails myself and manually adding every trail in my area on my phone. I love the app I wish I knew if there was a way to submit this map from my phone to topo maps to get all the trails I have mapped printed out on a copy like 4’x5’ to hang on my way in my garage or at Camp. I recommended this to a few people and they also like the app
  • The best. Period.

    By xpiotiavos1
    If exploring the backcountry is what you love, this is the app you need. I've tried dozens of others and this is by far the best I've encountered. It's obviously designed for use offline (like ANY hiking app should be, but so few are...). It's easy on your battery, and it's been awesome to see the consistent improvement in the app over the past few years. It has no social media component. Thank GOD. Hiker, hunter, cyclist, firefighter, biologist, whatever you are, you need this app.
  • Too blurry to be useful

    By Neelyak
    The free version is way too blurry to even read the main topo lines when zoomed into the area of interest.