You can drag-and-drop any GPX, KML, or GeoJSON file directly onto the Map to import your file.
Note: If you have a .KMZ file, you can convert it to KML:
1) Locate the .KMZ file on your computer.
2) Rename the extension .kmz to .zip
3) Extract the ZIP file, it will contain the KML, drag the KML file onto the map.
Warning! You are not logged in! You will not be able to save your work.
Click-Drag to move. Shift-Click to delete line corners. Click Select when finished.
You can use this tool to:
Map a Trail
Map a Trail System / ORV Park
Submit Trail for Approval to the Public Database
Plan a Trip and sync it with the Offroad Trail Guide mobile app
Add a Single Trail
Want to share a public trail with the world? Add the line(s) (trails) and waypoints to the map. After submission,
all lines will be merged into one single trail including any waypoints.
Add ORV Park or Trail System
An ORV (Off Road Vehcile) Park or trail system is a collection of multiple trails in an area. Use the Map Editor to
add trails individually but be sure to name them correctly ( "Trail Number - Trail Name" ). Use the line colors to represent difficulty or match the Park's official rating system.
Click on the File button, then choose Submit Trail or Submit Map. When you submit something to us we will verify it for accuracy and legality before
enabling for all users.
Every user has their own Cloud storage. Your saved Maps will be immediately sync'd and available in the Offroad Trail Guide mobile app.
Don't forget to then download the Offline Maps on your device(s) before you leave house (WiFi)!
These are advanced features. Save your work before using and read them carefully. There is no undo button.
This is when you have two seperate tracks/lines that are really the same trail. Use this to merge into one single Trail. Eg. A short side-trail, a harder loop, etc.
We are sorry, you need a desktop computer in order to create custom maps.
Make your changes to the Trail on the map. You can add waypoints, but adding lines will cause them to be merged into ONE single line.
To Save, click File->Save. You will be redirected back to the Edit Trail page.