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  • RunKeeper icon

    RunKeeper

    Track your running, walking, cycling using your smartphone's built-in GPS. Record your entire activity history and track your performance progress.

    Freemium Android iPhone iPad Apple Watch Android Wear

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  • Runbit icon

    Runbit

    Runbit combines training and play into one by taking you on a journey and challenging you to find new ways to explore. The application works by distributing several...

    Freemium Android iPhone Android Tablet Windows Phone iPad ... Apple Watch Android Wear

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    Zombies, Run!

    Zombies, Run! is an ultra-immersive running game and audio adventure, co-created with award-winning novelist Naomi Alderman. Every run becomes a mission where you’re the...

    Freemium Android iPhone Apple Watch

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    Garmin Connect

    Garmin Connect is a community-based website for runners, cyclists and outdoor enthusiasts who track their activities with Garmin devices. Garmin Connect makes it easy to...

    Free Android iPhone Windows Phone

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  • Mobile Trail Explorer icon

    Mobile Trail Explorer

    Mobile Trail Explorer is an application where user can view and record tracks using the mobile phone and GPS device (either external or internal). Recorded tracks can be...

    Open Source Java Mobile

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  • MyTrails icon

    MyTrails

    Offline trail maps for Android (and online too!) Full-screen trail map oriented with the built-in compass Know exactly which direction you are going Uncluttered map...

    Freemium Android

  • GPSLogLabs icon

    GPSLogLabs

    GPSLog Labs lets you map and graph your running, riding, hiking and much more.

    Free Web

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  • Breadcrumbs icon

    Breadcrumbs

    Breadcrumbs is a free cutting edge online GPS track management software allowing you to upload GPS tracks with photos and videos for all of your adventures. You will be...

    Free Web

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    GPXSee

    GPS log file viewer and analyzer with support for GPX, TCX, KML, FIT, IGC and NMEA files.

    Open Source Mac Windows Linux

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  • bbTracker icon

    bbTracker

    bbTracker is a simple application for Java-enabled smartphones to create GPS track logs. It tracks ones movement and provides that data for later analysis. It is not...

    Open Source Java Mobile Blackberry

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  • TripTrack

    TripTrack is the best way to share your GPS trips, show your geo-tagged slideshow of photos on map, and tell your story.

    Free Web

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EveryTrail Comments

Ramblr is a good replacemente for EveryTrail

Comment by dominicwong
about EveryTrail Nov 2015

Here are the reasons why Ramblr is a good replacement:

  • App is free
  • You can download the GPX files easily from EveryTrail's website (any htrails) and upload into Ramblr (via the website only at time of writing)
  • This app has rich features like EveryTrail which includes saving photos, getting to your destination, etc.
  • Available as an app on iPhone and Android (at time of writing)

Hope the above helps :)

www.ramblr.com (I'm a hiker, I don't have any affiliation with ramblr)

[Edited by dominicwong, November 30]

[Edited by dominicwong, November 30]

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Trailsnet.com is another option

Comment by trailsnet
about EveryTrail Jan 2015

Another website for finding trails is Trailsnet.com. It is a relative newcomer but quickly gaining traction. It offers numerous features not offered by most of the other biking, running, hiking & trail websites.

One example is Trailsnet's recognition that there are other types of bicycling besides just mountain biking and road biking. Trailsnet also recognizes trail biking which is quite different than mountain biking and practiced by many more people. It involves biking on rail trails, urban trails, prairie trails, park trails, canal trails, beach trails & more.

In addition, Trailsnet caters to all personal transportation vehicles (PTVs), not just bikes. So Trailsnet tells whether trails are suitable for recumbents, tandems, electric bikes, stand-up vehicles (Trikke, Eliptigo, etc.)

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