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Gaia Topo lets you download an entire state map in a matter of minutes without hogging your phone’s precious storage space

Pursue your favorite activities with color-coded trails in Gaia GPS’s U.S. Forest Service roads and trails layer

Whether you’re on a road trip or backpacking through Europe, download these apps to learn more about the culture, weather, and even history of the places you’re visiting

A new app called NatureQuant harnesses the latest research to track and rate your time outside. Next up: determining how much you need.

A bevy of mapping apps exist to track and plan trips for different outdoor activities. Here’s the best one for running, cycling, hiking, backpacking, climbing, and skiing.

By valuing relatability over action shots, TikTok may be ushering in a new era of outdoor creators and celebrities

Shorts, tees, swimsuits, gin... must be almost summer!

The newly revamped TrainerRoad cycling app uses an advanced algorithm to create training programs custom-tailored to the user. Our writer gave it a go.

A new Snow Mode makes finding trails and parking lots easy, and the app helps you avoid avalanches, too

Forget visiting the app store every time you visit a national park. This new, free release provides all kinds of maps, must-hike trails, food recommendations, and more for all of its 423 units.

The company's library of studio exercise classes, integrated with on-screen fitness data from your Apple Watch, launches today. Our Sweat Science columnist takes it for a spin.

From a cult-favorite publisher launching a national-parks series to a Kevin Costner–narrated app, these five new releases are reinventing the traditional field guide

A handful of apps are rebranding the menstrual cycle as a female athlete's untapped superpower. Here's what you need to know about them.

This high-tech—and high-priced—workout gear looks like it's out of science fiction

New tools to make your next adventure better

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