ATV Auto-Routing Trail Map Version 2.0 Released April 14, 2013
Plan a ride with accurate trip mileage and arrival time! Turn-by-turn directions. See time and distance to next turn.
GPS navigation for off road recreational vehicles is gaining in popularity. Our GPS ATV or snowmobile trail map is a trail overlay for your Garmin GPS. These GPS maps will run on most Garmin GPSs with internal memory or an SD card. A GPS mounted on your snowmobile or ATV provides trip statistics such as total miles, max speed, average speed, moving time, stopped time, etc. GPS trail maps will enhance your riding experience. Learn more about our GPS maps.
Our trail maps have been designed by a New Hampshire native for snowmobilers and ATVers.   With the rider in mind we have color-coded our trails to match the State maps we are all familiar with.   For example, the New Hampshire snowmobile maps use red for the Corridor Trail System, green for the Primary Trail System and we have added club level trails in blue.   Our Maine ATV maps have been designed to indicate permitted trail use.   Green indicates all ATVs up to 60 inches wide are permitted, red indicates no motorcycles are permitted, blue indicates club membership is required and yellow/black striped trails indicates a town or city access trail.
We believe our maps are the most current, most accurate and include more miles than any other product on the market.   Most of our trails have been tracked by GPS within the past 4 years.   There are some trails that have been approximated (not actually tracked by GPS).   We identify those trails uniquely as a blue/white trail and the label Approximate.   In these cases, your position may not be directly on the line when navigating the trail.
Our GPS trail maps are used primarily the same way a GPS is used in your car or truck.   As you ride down a trail, your position is always shown on the map.   As you come to an intersection, you will see your position on the GPS and be able to decide whether you need to turn right or left to get where you’re going. Our auto-routing trail maps are able to give you turn-by-turn directions to wherever you need to go.
Most GPS units provide a trip log that allows to track where you have been.   When enabled, your trip log is shown in a different color.   You can use this feature to back track to your original starting point.
Our snowmobile maps include over 850 Points of Interest, identifying on-trail parking, gas, food, lodging and snowmobile club houses.   Our ATV maps include over 150 Points of Interest.   Use our extensive list of POIs along with the built-in database that comes standard with your GPS to locate services in a pinch.   Our POI database also includes snowmobile trail intersection numbers for reference and cell tower locations.
Our maps are priced by the mile (our snowmobile state maps are priced at 0.007 cents per mile), however if you find a map that has more trails and is more accurate we will match the price.
If you’re considering a GPS map for snowmobiling or ATVing, we recommend purchasing a Garmin GPS that is waterproof and ruggedized for outdoor use.   All of the units recommended below are ruggedized, waterproof (IPX7) and will operate in cold temperatures.   The battery type and battery life varies for each unit.   We highly recommend you wire-in your GPS with the hard-wire mounting kits available.   The accessory plug on your sled or ATV can be used to power the GPS as well.   The GPS can be mounted to your sled or ATV many different ways.   The cradles below all utilize the Ram Mount system.  Ram Mount components can be used to mount to the handlebars, the windshield or to the dashboard/cowling.
The Nuvi 500 is a hybrid with street maps and topographic maps. There are different modes for walking, sledding and driving. It has a 3.5” diagonal color screen and a very easy to use touchscreen interface. Battery life is about 6-8 hours. The Cradle and Wire Kit is sold separately. This model has been discontinued but you can still find it online for around $230 - $270.
The Zumo 660 is categorized as a motorcycle unit. It operates the same way as the Nuvi 500 but has a 4.3” diagonal color touch screen. This unit has more features for automotive use than the Nuvi 500. The Zumo has a shaded relief background like the Nuvi 500. Battery life is 4-5 hours. The Zumo 660 comes complete with the mounting hardware and wiring kit pictured. You can find this unit online for around $650 - $700.
The Montana 600 is a mapping handheld designed for hiking and hunting. It comes with a large 4.0” color display and also utilizes a touch screen interface. This unit has many features for those that like to customize the screen and manage their own tracklogs and waypoints. The battery life is 16-22 hours depending on what type of batteries are used. It will operate on AA batteries, unlike the Nuvi and Zumo. This means you can carry spare batteries out on the trail. The Montana is available online for $470 - $550.