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Our Guthook Guides apps feature world-class hikes, wilderness regions, and trails from all over the world. Feel secure in your adventure by following our easy-to use hiking guides, whether you are headed for a backcountry wilderness thru-hike or a countryside cultural walk.

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Featured Trail Guide

Experience the Northwest from white-capped peaks to white-capped waves.

The Pacific Northwest Trail is one of the youngest National Scenic Trails and traverses some of the most beautiful lands in the country. This spectacular journey of over 1200 miles takes you from the Rocky Mountains of Glacier National Park, Montana, to the coastal wilderness of Washington State.

1200 miles       $24.99 full guide       Official App
Explore the Pacific Northwest Trail
Glenn’s Lake, Glacier National Park, Pacific Northwest Trail
Photo courtesy of the Pacific Northwest Trail Association
Glenn’s Lake, Glacier National Park, Pacific Northwest Trail
Photo courtesy of the Pacific Northwest Trail Association
Featured Trail Guide

Experience the Northwest from white-capped peaks to white-capped waves.

The Pacific Northwest Trail is one of the youngest National Scenic Trails and traverses some of the most beautiful lands in the country. This spectacular journey of over 1200 miles takes you from the Rocky Mountains of Glacier National Park, Montana, to the coastal wilderness of Washington State.

1200 miles
$24.99 full guide
Official App
Explore the Pacific Northwest Trail
Works Offline, No Data Required

Once you’ve completed the initial setup of the app, all of our trail guides work offline. They use your device’s internal GPS to display your current location and guide you along the route. Offline use includes access to the key features of the guide, including the map, elevation profile, waypoint list, and more.

Trusted Trail Data

All of the data for our routes is collected by trusted individuals and partners, and is kept meticulously up to date. The track of each trail includes side trails and alternate routes, along with key waypoints. Our apps also offer comprehensive town guides, helping you resupply and access other services quickly.

Built for Community

Stay informed about trail conditions ahead by reading other hikers’ waypoint comments, and let other hikers know about your experience by leaving your own comments. Keep your friends and family up to date by sharing your current location from a Google Maps link sent via email or text message.

Offline Maps

Our variety of offline map sets, optionally downloaded as part of the initial setup and accessible offline afterwards, can give you extra quality information such as topographic lines with elevation values and satellite imagery.

Detailed Waypoints

Waypoints are plotted on a map and elevation profile, and each includes its own detail page with photos and descriptions. Water waypoints offer the most up-to-date water information, gathered from trusted sources and checked by other users.

Tailored to You

Plan your day by letting the app calculate the distance to the next campsite, water source, or other waypoint. Not every hike is the same, and we know that. Create your own custom routes using our route builder tool.

Works Offline, No Data Required

Once you’ve completed the initial setup of the app, all of our trail guides work offline. They use your device’s internal GPS to display your current location and guide you along the route. Offline use includes access to the key features of the guide, including the map, elevation profile, waypoint list, and more.

Our variety of offline map sets, optionally downloaded as part of the initial setup and accessible offline afterwards, can give you extra quality information such as topographic lines with elevation values and satellite imagery.

Trusted Trail Data

All of the data for our routes is collected by trusted individuals and partners, and is kept meticulously up to date. The track of each trail includes side trails and alternate routes, along with key waypoints. Our apps also offer comprehensive town guides, helping you resupply and access other services quickly.

Waypoints are plotted on a map and elevation profile, and each includes its own detail page with photos and descriptions. Water waypoints offer the most up-to-date water information, gathered from trusted sources and checked by other users.

Built for Community, Tailored to You

Stay informed about trail conditions ahead by reading other hikers’ waypoint comments, and let other hikers know about your experience by leaving your own comments. Keep your friends and family up to date by sharing your current location from a Google Maps link sent via email or text message.

Plan your day by letting the app calculate the distance to the next campsite, water source, or other waypoint. Not every hike is the same, and we know that. Create your own custom routes using our route builder tool.

Trail Guides

We offer a variety of hiking guides for long distance trails and regional trail systems. Use the filters to find exactly what you are looking for, or browse all of our available trail guides!

A trail winds through a dense and lush green forest on the Appalachian Trail in Pennsylvania.

Appalachian Trail

The Appalachian Trail is one of the oldest National Scenic Trails in the US. Its path takes you from Springer Mountain in Georgia to Mt. Katahdin in Maine.

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A view from the Arizona Trail on the rim of the Grand Canyon shows a variety of red rock colors and spring foliage.

Arizona Trail

The Arizona Trail stretches 800 miles across the state of Arizona from Mexico to Utah, passing through some of the most diverse and beautiful landscapes in the state.

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On the Ozark Highlands Trail in Arkansas a view looks over a teal river with a sandy beach and dense forests.

Arkansas Hiker

The state of Arkansas offers a variety of hiking trails. Our hiker bundle includes the Ouachita Trail, Ozark Highlands Trail, Eagle Rock Loop, and Buffalo River Trail.

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A teal river winds through a lush green forest on New Zealand's Routeburn Track.

Australia & New Zealand

Our guide offers regional hikes including the Bibbulmun Track, Kepler Track, and more. Experience crystal coastlines, blue lakes, old growth forests, and outback desert.

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The Camino de Santiago winds through a small town on cobblestone streets with an old, white stone church on the left and green rolling hills in the background.

Camino de Santiago

The Camino de Santiago, walked by millions of pilgrims for over 1200 years, is a network of ancient pilgrimages that lead to Santiago de Compostela in Spain.

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A trail winds down a steep slope to a lush green valley in between tall mountains on the Colorado Trail.

Colorado Trail

The Colorado Trail is a challenging and rewarding 485 mile experience that goes from Denver to Durango, passing through six National Forests and more.

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The Continental Divide Trail in Wyoming passes a clear lake next to a green meadow and tall mountains.

Continental Divide Trail

Considered by many to be the most remote and challenging of the triple crown trails, the Continental Divide Trail is a 3100 mile adventure through five western states.

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Orange blazes mark the trail leading to a wooden bridge over a creek in a lush tropical forest on the Florida Trail

Florida Trail

Stretching over 1400 miles, the Florida Trail is the southernmost of the National Scenic Trails. It offers vast coastlines, open prairies, river valleys, and more.

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A large alpine expanse on the Great Divide Trail above tree line offers a spectacular view of a distant rocky mountain range covered in snow

Great Divide Trail

The Great Divide Trail traverses the Continental Divide as its unsigned route wanders the wilderness of the Canadian Rockies for more than 1100 kilometers.

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The Ice Age Trail winds through a meadow towards a deciduous forest of Autumn colors.

Ice Age Trail

The Ice Age National Scenic Trail is a trek across Wisconsin that travels almost 1200 miles and traces the glacier that covered North America during the last Ice Age.

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The John Muir Trail offers a commanding view of a rocky mountain peak with patchy snow surrounded by an evergreen forest.

John Muir Trail

Named after the environmentalist, the John Muir Trail travels over 200 miles through the Sierra Nevada Mountains and is one of the most popular trails in the country.

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A sunrise glows behind a pale rocky ridge on the Mount Whitney Trail.

Mount Whitney Trail

At an elevation of 14,505 feet, Mt. Whitney is the highest peak in the continental US. The Mount Whitney Trail is the most popular route up, and is 10.4 miles long.

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A view from a mountain ridge overlooks orange, red, yellow, and green trees and a blue lake in Baxter State Park in Maine.

New England Hiker

Ancient mountain ranges, deep forests, thousands of miles of hiking trails, and a variety of scenic destinations await you when you hike in New England.

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The Pacific Crest Trail in Washington winds across colorful ridgelines through stands of evergreen trees and green meadows with wildflowers.

Pacific Crest Trail

The Pacific Crest Trail is an epic journey of three states and over 2600 miles. Its path travels from the US border with Mexico to the northern border with Canada.

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Glenn's Lake sits in a beautiful green valley between majestic peaks in Glacier National Park on the Pacific Northwest Trail.

Pacific Northwest Trail

The Pacific Northwest Trail is one of the youngest National Scenic Trails and travels from the Rocky Mountains in Montana to the coastal wilderness of Washington State.

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A view from a rocky outcropping on the Tahoe Rim Trail looks over Lake Tahoe through tall evergreens.

Tahoe Rim Trail

The Tahoe Rim Trail is a circular journey of over 170 miles that circumnavigates Lake Tahoe, traversing the Sierra Nevada and Carson ranges of California and Nevada.

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A view from Cape Reinga on the Te Araroa on the North Island of New Zealand looks over beautiful blue ocean, white sand beaches, and green hills.

Te Araroa

The Te Araroa is a long distance hiking trail in New Zealand, stretching 3000 km across the country’s two main islands. The trail travels from Cape Reinga to Bluff.

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A view from The Long Trail at Mount Mansfield shows rolling green mountains in Vermont

The Long Trail

The Long Trail is the oldest long-distance hiking trail in the United States. It follows the Green Mountains, crossing the state of Vermont from Massachusetts to Canada.

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A paved road leads to an old stone church on England's South Downs Way.

Trailblazer Guides

This guide includes trails such as the South Downs Way, Wainwright’s Coast to Coast, West Highland Way, and the Ridgeway, with additional trails coming soon.

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Mount Rainier is an imposing backdrop to a lush green meadow and stand of evergreens on the Wonderland Trail

Wonderland Trail

The Wonderland Trail is a loop of over 95 miles around Mt. Rainier that offers substantial elevation change from ridges to valleys, with views of Mt. Rainier all the while.

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