You can turn on or turn off the Trail Layers in onX Hunt in the Roads, Trails & Rec Folder in the Map Layers Menu. Click here to learn more about using the Map Layers Menu.
You can create a Route that snaps along roads and trails to help you plan your trek into the backcountry. Click here to learn more about Route Builder.
Table of Contents:
- Trails Layer.
- Trail Slope Layer.
- Trail Mileage Layer.
Looking for more information on hiking trails, including detailed descriptions, photos, ratings, and more? Click here for the onX Backcountry App.
The basic Trails Layer shows hiking trails on your map as black and white dashed lines. The name of the trail or the trail's number is displayed on the trail.
Trail Slope Layer
The Trail Slopes Layer highlights trails with a color gradient from green (flat), through yellow to red (steep).
Trail Mileage Layer
Trail Mileage shows the length of trail segments from one endpoint to the next. White and red numbers along Trails are the length of that segment and miles. Red and white dots show the locations of Trail End Points.
You can easily identify trails and other map features without consulting a legend by tapping the feature on your screen. Click here to learn more about identifying map features without a legend.