Komoot: Bike Trails & Routes MODDED 2022

All-in-one route planner & sharing app used by 20million+ outdoor enthusiasts
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Turn your next ride, hike, or run into an adventure with Komoot. Get inspired by tapping into shared community knowledge and recommendations, then bring your adventures to life with the easy route planner. Get your first region for free and say hello to your next adventure!

Plan Your Perfect Hiking, Road Cycling, or Mountain Bike Adventure
Get the route perfect for your sport—be it smooth asphalt for your road bike, singletracks for your mountain bike, silent cycling paths for touring or natural hiking trails for your hikes. Plan down to the last detail with at-your-fingertips info like surface, difficulty, distance and elevation profile and check your running, walking or bicycle progress with the GPS tracker.

Turn-by-Turn GPS Voice Navigation
Never take your eyes off the road with turn-by-turn, GPS voice navigation: your precise, down-to-the-inch verbal navigator that doesn’t distract you from your surroundings. Keep your eyes firmly on the adventure in front of you and navigate with ease, even on small hiking trails or in the woods.

Offline Trail Maps For Outdoor Adventures
Download your planned outdoor adventures and save topographic maps with one tap. Navigate the outdoors even when the internet is down or unreliable. Differentiate hiking trails, singletracks, paved roads, mtb trails, terrain and land cover with one glance.

Browse Highlights: The Komoot Community’s Favorite Places
So you can decide on the destination of your next adventure at a glance, see Highlights on the trail map. From peaks, parks, and points of interest, to singletracks, mtb trails, hikes and sandwich shops, these places or segments, showing up as red dots in the planner, are the spots other users think you should check out. And if you’re in the know, you can recommend your own to the community and inspire others to visit your favorite places, too.

Tell Your Story
Map your bicycle, walking and running adventures with the GPS tracker. Add photos, Highlights and tips and build your own personal adventure log that’ll store your favorite experiences—forever. Save them for private use or share them with the komoot community to receive likes and comments and to inspire fellow outdoor folks. Follow your friends and like-minded explorers to keep up with their outdoor adventures.

Be a Local Expert. Become a Pioneer.
Contribute photos, tips and Highlights to the community and show you’re a local Expert. Earn more upvotes than anyone else for your sport in your region and become the Pioneer!

Seamless Sync Across Every Device
Whether you prep like a pro on your desktop or plan a route on the go, komoot automatically syncs your bike routes, hiking and running tracks, mtb trail photos across all devices, including your smartphone, desktop, tablet and Android Wear.

Experience Komoot For Free
When you download komoot, your first region is free—forever. To expand the areas in which komoot has your back, conveniently choose between single regions, region bundles or the World Pack to access offline trail maps, bike routes, turn-by-turn, GPS voice navigation and map your bicycle, walking and running adventures with the GPS tracker wherever you go.

Supported Devices
• Garmin – Download the komoot Garmin app in the IQ store and sync your accounts via Garmin Connect to share komoot walking, running and bike GPS routes with your Garmin device
• Wahoo – Connect your komoot account to your Wahoo ELEMNT or ELEMNT BOLT bike computer to access the best bike GPS routes and sync back your recorded tracks
• Sigma – Sync komoot with your Sigma GPS computer to get directions, distance, and speed in real-time right on your head-unit
• Bosch – Connect komoot with your Kiox or Nyon to record Tours and get navigated on your device
• Visit www.komoot.com/devices for a full breakdown

For support and tips, please visit http://help.komoot.de


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40 comentarios en "Komoot: Bike Trails & Routes MODDED 2022"

  1. Avoid this app at all costs. Route planning is a disaster. I’ve never seen anything so unintuitive to use. How hard is it to add a waypoint on the map??? (This seems possible only sometimes and with no logic as to when) If you do succeed, the route planner takes the strangest routes including stairs and completely unsuitable paths. Reporting a route as closed permanently makes no difference as nothing changes. There is nothing so frustrating as planning a route on Komoot.

  2. Annoying that every time you finish an activity you have answer 20 questions and press next, next, next, next … Also, I don’t understand buying “regions”. In the app, the screens don’t work and I can’t actually see how big a region is, and on the web it says “right click the map” but that doesn’t work. Also the first time I used it the line showing where I’d been didn’t show up after switching to satellite view. Seems like the quality control is quite low.

  3. Dog's Boy dice:

    Great for planning land outdoor adventures. Overall, a better tool than its closest rival, RideWithGPS as it Komoot provides a better planning engine, better contrast in its maps, and better ride metrics. However, its maps are often hopeless out of date (the ‘komoot road’ that existed 30 yrs ago), doesn’t allow you to name waypoints or create POIs or custom cues. It also doesn’t offer a way to pin or star selected routes which a device like a Wahoo can use to limit the list of routes – vital.

  4. DON’T WASTE YOUR MONEY ON PREMIUM, I just got done trying to use the premium version of the app for an 800+ mile bike trip through Michigan, Wisconsin, and Illinois and this app absolutely made everything more frustrating. It tells you the wrong information for trail conditions, it would tell me 3 miles for instance of non paved roads yet I would find myself on 15-20 miles of it per day with their navigation. I switched to Google maps halfway through the trip and it was a much better result

  5. This app is great! It delivers as designed. I like all of the options. I use it to travel on my bike tours which has turn by turn voice directions as I go. Very accurate to the travel path, off and on the roads. I like that it is also community linked, so others share experiences, and you can try their routes and enjoy the experience. This also linked nicely with my Samsung watch 4 so I could hear directions through my watch.

  6. Grim. Installed on a new Samsung phone and new Samsung watch. Komoot tells me on the watch that it has lost connection with the phone – all the other apps have not. The watch and the phone are 10cm apart. Then seemed to hang up over and over again on watch as it failed to talk to the phone app. I have uninstalled it on both devices. Phone/watch both running latest OS. I thought this would be excellent but it was just an annoying waste of time.

  7. Love the app! It’s not as good for trail conditions and is lacking some features specific to mountain biking, but I don’t think this app claims to be specific to mountain biking so I won’t hold that against it. It’s fantastic for route planning and fantastic for directions to allow you to follow your route. My only complaint is that it seems to have a tendency to auto pause and stop tracking and then it won’t auto resume. Maybe I’m missing something, but I’ve missed chunks of my last two tours.

  8. Maya dice:

    Sadly this app has some serious privacy issues. I am using the payable version and although it works wonderfully, it is very privacy invasive. It does not allow you to navigate a track without saving it both locally as well as to the central servers. It also makes it very difficult to delete records, once it gets them. You need to do it recrord by record, multiple deletion is not allowed. I love the functionalities but now seldom use the app due to its inherent risks.

  9. A decent app for cycling. However, the UI could use updating; it’s not user friendly/intuitive at all. The real-time navigation is also a bit off, sometime s telling you to turn right when you need to turn left to stay on the route. Over all, however, I’m pleased with the functionality and hope the UI gets improved with future releases. This app has significant potential.

  10. I’ve been using this as my main back country map app and it mostly works with a few major flaws. The worst is that when using the robot voice navigation, the robot constantly warns you if you’re not on your route – like every minute – and there’s no way to turn off the warnings while recording. This wouldn’t be so bad, but many, many well-trafficked trails are not on the app’s maps, so a huge amount of the time you have to pause the app to shut up the robot. Also, the maps are sometimes in error (I’ve had streams show up out of nowhere). Edit – it just started failing to let me save routes offline on my phone. I’m probably done with this app.

  11. Trail planning is very good and offline navigation has been great. Easy on the battery too, surprisingly. But I’ve noticed a few trails are missing around my area. The “discover” function is pretty useless too; I have yet to find any hikes through it. Another gripe is that regions are too small and expensive. I would really like to recommend this app for the trail planning and navigation, but those aren’t enough to justify the price.

  12. Dissatisfied with the poor customer/tech support. “send us more info” and nothing really changes. The map can’t be rotated. Missing a lot of bike paths built in the past 2 years. Can’t modify a trip once started. Can’t set a “home” or recurring starting point. Does not remember usual shortcuts/routes. I regret paying for the premium version, it is not worth it.

  13. I downloaded the app and paid for it while I was in the middle of nowhere in the Black Forrest in Germany (I still had a cell signal!). The app is a super resource and I decided to purchase the worldwide maps to save having to purchase anything in the future. The overall performance was very good and I was taken down trails I don’t think I’d have found with a map. The voice directions telling me to turn were very helpful. My GPS seems to be slightly off the Komoot data so a lot of times I was walking on the path but the program didn’t recognize this–but I was still informed of turns I had to take. I don’t know if the GPS problem is with my cell phone or the app, but since the turns were still given to me I don’t have a problem with the function. I was unable to figure out how to get the map to turn in the direction I’m walking. The arrow that is by my position dot was helpful when I was trying to determine the way to walk, but I’d like to have the map turn the direction that I’m standing instead of always facing north (I assume). This may be user error/learning on my part, but the map rotating should be standard and shutting off the rotation should be the option. Overall, I’m happy with the purchase and the maps that are provided to use.

  14. This app is very frustrating. It’s not easy to move around the waypoints when adjusting a route. It auto adjusted my route and I couldn’t figure out how to go back to my original saved route. How do you even exit the editing section??? I’m not usually slow to learning new apps so I don’t think it’s me. It’s just not user friendly. I like how it tells you different info about your trip.. if you can even make the trip on the app…

  15. pausing on my tour to write this out of frustration. pretty good. buggy as hell. voice nav needs work. often it will tell me to “turn left” when that really means “stay on the road you’re on and don’t turn right”. also doesn’t know how to count roundabout exits (does it count as an exit if it’s actually an entrance? who knows!). leads to many interruptions and sometimes dangerous mistakes. Also the app has too many bugs to name! Would love to be able to use battery saver options while doing nav.

  16. This app has a lot of potential if it was reliable. When I allow it to run in, it is a great program with lots of usable features. But, it’s been very frustrating to start the recording only to pull it out a mile or 2 later to see that it had stopped as soon as the screen goes dark. So in my opinion it’s not usable without it being active with the screen on. Update. After reading the response from Komoot I checked all the permissions and they are set to allow running in the background, Yet it will only work when active and the screen is on. What you don’t want when hiking is a dead battery but that is exactly what you get when using this program.

  17. Wasted potential. This app should have export to GPX but it just doesn’t work and they boast that it’s a fresh feature. Haha. Also other things are so not intuitive. I save possible options for hikes and when I want to look at the list it’s sorted in a strange order you just don’t find your home. Etc etc etc. So cumbersome! The team needs to learn about UI and usability.

  18. A stated purpose of this app is to plan cycling routes. It showed promise with long pressing points on a map to trace a route i terms of segments. I really thought this app would be great, but no. After I entered a few points, it arbitrarily chose a new way of linking the segments and inserted random changes in direction. I end up with weird loops within loops. It also would not honor my starting point. It did this no matter how tightly I spaced the segments. Julia, it still doesn’t work…

  19. Extremely helpful and easy to use for someone new to traveling on a bike and a game changer for navigating for an avid hiker. Tracking and saving progress as well as monitoring personal achievements is straight forward and a great motivator. Directions are clear and easy to follow. Spectacular tool for anyone who enjoys taking a long walk or traveling on difficult terrain for miles.

  20. The best app, that tracks my progress, as I’m hiking or biking,and I don’t have to worry about it getting the trail wrong because like on Google maps, if the GPS doesn’t sync up, it thinks you’re cutting through half the town! This app keeps a very solid lock on the GPS signal, you don’t have to use the Wi-Fi, and it does not drain your battery too much. So thank you for such a wonderful wonderful app, that I use just going from home to school, from school back to home, or about out in the town.

  21. MEP dice:

    I switched to Komoot because Viewranger is blowing itself up and becoming one with Outdooractive, and the Outdooractive app is apparently disliked by many for a variety of reasons. I wish that I would have taken Komoot for a spin sooner. The app integrates seamlessly with my Garmin devices, and its interface is intuitive and user friendly. As a navigation app with both online and offline capabilities, it checks just about all of the boxes. The map pricing is also reasonable.

  22. So this app is an excellent idea wrapped in never ending experience of frustrating design and poor UI experience. Frustration point one; the route it generates completely covers the names of the streets. Seriously..??, unless I’m just missing something??? Two; when I’m going for a road ride I don’t want to ride through the city, stop signs, intersections, lights, traffic, none of it! Komoot should be smart enough to figure this out but sadly no, so the routes it builds are much useless…

  23. おK dice:

    Setting a destination is simple and straightforward if it’s someplace like a tourist spot. But it’s not helpful for things like the local grocery store; I have to approximate the location manually on the map, because the search function unreliable or useless in my area (Japan). So that’s kind of disappointing. I also got annoyed by the constant Turn Off Power Saving Mode pop ups DURING my bike ride.

  24. Needs improvement. The app interface is not well thought out. It works better on the computer. The guided navigation either prompts too much or not at all. It will frequently miss trail turns. It consumes massive amounts of battery compared to similar apps. Loses GPS signal sometimes. I regret paying 29.99 despite its recommendation by GMBN. I can use other apps that work better and are free. If could get a refund I would. Strava, Garmin, Sunto, Wahoo and others work better.

  25. So i would love to give this a 5. The interface and usability of the app are top notch. Probably one of the best out there. Here is why i can’t: 1) when letting the app design a route, it chooses double track and fire road over single track every time. This is entirely backwards given what I assume is the target audience. At the very least there should be a setting to prefer one or the other. 2) lack of trail coverage. Granted this would improve if more people used it in my area.

  26. Really great easy to use app for long tours around the world – worth the $20 to have the entire world at your finger tips allowing you to record previous tours by simply creating them, exporting, and importing them back immediately (the app asks you if you’d like to import the file you just exported) to allow you to share your pics, highlights etc. It would be easier (less confusing) if there was an option to just record an old tour without export/import since it’s not that intuitive

  27. It looks pretty enough, but the route finder completely ignores a bike route with a dedicated lane in favor of a busy thoroughfare with no bike lane nearby. For what, speed? It’s not even as direct a route. The route finding function is the only thing that might have made this app worth the whole account creation process you have to go through just to try out its features. If it doesn’t work right, I have no reason to keep using this app. Uninstalled.

  28. It was advertised as a great hiking and biking app to find trails. It didn’t do that. It simply showed areas around me that had hiking trailheads. It didn’t even show the hikes, it just showed the area to get in. I live in Anchorage Alaska which has some of the best bike trails in the city. You can bike from towns an hour away and it didn’t even show them. Either the app was too confusing to figure out or it’s only good in some areas.

  29. Paula dice:

    It will drain your phone’s battery regardless of how old it is. I read the battery tips article. When I turn off sync, app says that option must be on for it to work. I keep the phone in my pocket, using it only to log bicycle rides, not even for music. The only thing I could still do is to turn off WiFi, but instead I’ve decided to log the ride with Specialized Mission Control free app b/c even if the map sucks, it won’t drain the battery. Unfortunately, Komoot app is mostly useless.

  30. Jeff VIz dice:

    It’s good and I’m sure premium features make it better but this is another app that doesn’t need to be on a subscription based model. The one region that I’m allowed doesn’t seem to be updated even though it pulls from the free open street maps. Creating a route is frustrating because of how it tries to constrain you to certain types of roads and turning of “follow ways” seems to break everything. If you’re not trying to make a highly customized route then google maps is better to use.

  31. We used to love komoot and have used it for years. With the latest upgrade the map has gone missing for our home in Whistler, BC it just shows a blue dot on a blank map and when you search offline maps it can’t even find a map for Canada. It tells is “You are a true pioneer, we have no maps for that area. ” and there is no where to contact support in their site. Update: the response seems to be a round about way of saying the download offline maps function I paid for has been removed?

  32. I love how I can plan trips based on the amount of time I need and how it will create a loop for me. Like, I live near the East Coast Greenway and I’d like to do a little at a time, round trip, but don’t neccessarily want to backtrack the same way I came. This cool app will create a route back to my parking spot a different way if feasible. A feature I love and would like improved is. I like how I can choose a POI for parking, but I’d like to be able to have it show multiple spots at once.

  33. E S dice:

    Route planning based on fitness level seems great, but it’s useless. I tried planning my bike commute as a test. I’m not the most fit, but I’m definitely at least average. Even when I set the fitness level to “couch potato”, it showed me the most unnecessarily difficult route with a bunch of avoidable elevation change (a huge downhill followed by a huge climb, when there’s a totally flat detour available)… and still underestimated my travel time by a significant margin.

  34. Mr Jimmy dice:

    Great place to share routes with others in your region. The route record features work well and give you the ability to link pictures in their location along the way. I plan to try out more of the available sports. It would be nice to see the elevation view when looking at others routes before you go. It would also be nice to change the direction when planning a route. I could only get it to plan a route in one direction, not the other way.

  35. ANOTHER UPDATE: The September 2020 update once again has lost the GPS signal. This happens every time you guys update the app. Please fix ASAP as it is otherwise the best hiking app out there! UPDATE: The GPS issue was fixed in April and the app is once again my favorite. Keeping it simple and accurate, without having to rate every hike, run, or ride is great compared to another app. Thanks! No longer works as of the last update in March 2020. Constantly drops GPS, stops and starts.

  36. I paid for the world download. But this app just struggles to download the maps. Makes it hard to use it offline. I’ve installed and uninstalled several times with no success. I try and download from regions or from planned tours without success. The wifi connection doesn’t seem to have an effect either, I tried multiple different connections.

  37. Generally like the app, but the lastest update seems to have introduced a bug where it stays running in the background no matter what you do and has a persistent notification that you can’t clear. Even after force stopping the app, it starts running again randomly and has that persistent notification. It was annoying enough that I had to uninstall the app, which seemed to be the only way to so the notifications. If the developers fix that issue I’d download it again and fully recommend it.

  38. Not useful. It has no builtin list if trails. You have to input a start and finish point. Thus makes no sense if you want to go to a park and hike or bike there. You dont know the start and end, only the general place. You cannot specify a park destination for both start and end point, so i never got anywhere.

  39. Needs work. The tour duration is hard to adjust on the android version. When you do get the bar where you want it the actual duration shown doesnt change. I wish there was a single track option under mountain biking. I dont want to ride 30k I just want want something short and sweet and fun to ride. Also this app doesnt work well at all on the Garmin watches.

  40. As an absolute beginner bike tourist this app is invaluable. It’s almost like magic how well it picks good quality but low traffic routes through the country side. The few times I thought it was giving me bad advice and I went off track I regretted it shortly afterwards for one reason or another. I’m confident putting my faith in the navigation for sure now.

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