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Because sometimes, the best adventures start when you leave the beaten path behind, we’ve introduced off-grid planning and navigation capabilites, so you can plan and navigate every adventure with komoot. All you’ve got to do is be brave enough to go off-grid.
Plan everywhere, go anywhere: With komoot’s brand-new off-grid planning and navigation, you can drop a waypoint anywhere on the map—and be guided there with komoot’s turn-by-turn voice navigation and offline maps. Simply add a waypoint to your route in the planner and choose to ignore komoot’s automatic routing along the network of known ways. Komoot will then draw a straight line to that individual waypoint and each one after it, until you decide to revert back to komoot’s automatic routing along known paths, roads or streets.
Plan Individual Sections or Entire Routes
Know that a river is crossable at a certain bend? Know a more exciting way to the top of a mountain? Whatever your reason for wanting to leave the beaten path behind, komoot has your back. You can choose to plot your entire route off-grid, or plan individual sections as your Tour demands. Simply tell komoot to ignore the usual ways between two plotted waypoints, and click to re-enable automatic routing when you want to get back on known track.
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Even though your off-grid route might be new territory for komoot, based on the topography of your segment and your chosen sport type, komoot can still deliver the details that you rely on for a great experience exploring the outdoors. Komoot will accurately display everything from the time this section will take you and the elevation you’ll have to conquer, to the total length of your off-grid adventure.
Be Guided Off-Grid—Wherever You Go
To keep your adventure on track even when you’ve got other plans, komoot’s voice navigation and offline maps will work just as reliably for off-grid segments. All you have to do is download the offline map for that region before you head out. Komoot will then verbally alert you when your off-grid section is coming up and keep you on track when you veer away from the planned Tour. A handy compass will allow you to keep constant track of your direction while you move—and ensure you get back on-grid right where you planned to.