The Trailguide App is focused around the map. Activities are clustered in blue "bubbles" of varying sizes and color depth to indicate the number of activities in the area. You can zoom and move around the map. You can click on the blue bubbles to zoom in to that specific area. Click on a track to show information about it at the bottom of the screen. Clicking on the bottom information bar will open the full trail page.
The blue "bubble" with the number 73 indicates that there are 73 trails to be found in the area of Finale Ligure in Italy.
Clicking on the "cluster bubble" will zoom into the area of Finale Ligure and reveal all the tracks on the map.
Clicking on a track will show information about the trail, including the height profile. Moving your finger on the height profile indicates the position on the track.
You can select your base map layer and map overlays by clicking the map-selector button at the right edge of the screen. For the base layer you can select the standard Trailguide map, Norgeskart, MTBmap, Google maps, and Google satellite images.
Clicking the map selector button enables you to select base maps and overlays.
Show MTB tracks from OpenStreetMap as an overlay and enable you to navigate a dense area of trails.
Showing the Strava heatmap you can see where others have been riding and enable you to find new hotspots for trail biking.
Show cycle routes so you can safely navigate roads in tight city areas.
Use a grayscale map for better contrast between overlaid content and the base map.
To see what is underneath a track (is it a road or a trail), you can make the overlay transparent.
The list of content
Browse the content from the current map selection by clicking the icon on the left edge of the screen. The list enables you to see activities from the current map section, reviews, and condition reports. Clicking on an entry in the list will open the activity page.
Browse the activities within the current map section.
Check user reviews.
Check recent condition reports.
For trails and tours on Trailguide you will find a description, a map, a height profile, images, a video, reviews, and condition reports. You will also find information about other nearby trails and detailed data such as vertical gain, and track length. You can also download the GPS-track if you want to transfer it to your favorite GPS device.
The content page for a trail on Trailguide.
Check the height profile of the track.
Check the latest reviews of the trail.
Write your own trail reviews so others can see what you think.
Write a condition report to let other users and the destination know.
Mark the track on the map so it is easier to follow.