By Mountainside


Bring the mountains with you wherever you go!

* Search the large database of mountains and trip reports from and

* Keep observe of your climbs, even when offline

* Measure your progress towards hundreds of peak lists

* Get route data and instructions from SummitPost and

* Find peaks near your present location, or close to other peaks

* Filter peaks by prominence, or climbed vs. unclimbed, or inclusion on a peak list

* See what other peaks are sometimes climbed collectively along with your target peak

* See weather forecasts for all U.S. peaks from the National Weather Service, and for 11,000 major peaks worldwide from

* See topographic maps for anyplace in the world ( /- 60 levels latitude)

* See protected land area protection in North America, Europe, Japan, and Australia and New Zealand.

* Save a peak to your system for offline use, together with topographic maps

* Download topographic maps along a route for offline use

* Import and show GPS tracks and waypoints instantly

* On-screen compass retains you oriented alongside your track

* Long click on the map to get Street View, elevation, and driving directions

* Record your starting elevation, and details about the gear and route you used

* Leaderboards show the highest climbers for each peak list

* See peaks your Peakbagger buddies have climbed recently

* Automatically upload your ascents to ListsOfJohn (U.S. peaks)

* Show daily satellite tv for pc imagery for any location on any day since 2011

* Display elevation profile for a GPS observe, and present your current location alongside the profile

* See sunrise and sunset occasions at a peak, even when offline

* Record GPS tracks, including timestamps, and add them to your ascents

* Create and edit tracks right within the app

* Automatically find survey benchmarks near peaks (U.S.)

* Hunt benchmarks and get your finds recorded in the official government benchmark data sheets


1) Click on the Load GPS track hyperlink on the ascent particulars page for an ascent that has a GPS observe.

2) Click on a GPX, KML or KMZ file in your telephone, for example, in an e-mail attachment or on Google Drive

3) Open a GPX file in your Web browser, then click on Share in the browser's menu, then select Peakbagger

4) Download or copy a GPX, KML, or KMZ file to your phone manually, then open it with a file browsing app (such as Discoverer)

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