Recreational Maps On The Go

///Recreational Maps On The Go

West Yellowstone is the gateway to hundreds of miles of trails and Forest Service Lands.

We’ve now made it easier and safer to recreate in the area by making our trail maps available to download right to your smartphone or tablet through two different apps.

The maps are geo-referenced and once downloaded, can be used without cell reception. They even work in airplane mode!

National Forest Service Maps:

Get the Avenza app directly in your iOS or Android App Store, then search for and purchase or download free maps of your choice.

Maps available:

  • Motor Vehicle Use Maps
  • West Yellowstone Snowmobile Trail Map
  • West Yellowstone All Season Trail Map (Chamber) – (Ski/Snowshoe/Hike/Bike)
  • UTV Trail Map

INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Go to Google Play Store or Apple App Store.
  2. Search “PDF Maps”, by Avenza Systems, Inc.
  3. Download the FREE app.
  4. To search maps, click on the shopping cart icon
  5. Click on “Find Maps”.
  6. To find the correct Motor Vehicle Use Map, or Over-Snow

Map, search by name:

– “Custer NF” or “Gallatin NF”

– Or specifically by name of district

  1. Select “List View” to see maps easier.
  2. Select the map and click “Install”
  3. Hit the “back arrow” twice to get to your installed map page and to see the download progress. The map downloads and is stored directly on your phone.
  4. The map is now available to view on your phone. Click the map to open and view it.

For more options and instructions visit www.fs.usda.gov/main/custergallatin/maps-pubs

 

West Yellowstone Chamber Snowmobile Trail Map

Trail Treker

  1. Go to Google Play Store or Apple App Store.
  2. Search “Trail Treker” app.
  3. Download the app. The app is available for a one-time $2 fee (per user).
  4. To add a map, click the Map Layers button in the upper right corner.
  5. Browse the map folders to find the map you wish to load.
  6. Select the map and purchase ($2/map)
  7. Once downloaded, click the Back button until you get to the “Maps” list.
  8. Once in the Maps list, simply click on the map to make the layer active.
  9. Click the Back button in the upper left and your map will be displayed.

For more options and instructions visit trailtreker.com

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