ME Snowmobile Trail App Data

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Our Maine snowmobile trail map in KMZ file format is for those that want a basic navigation aid for exploring club and ITS snowmobile trails throughout the state of Maine. This Maine snowmobile trail map will import to Guru Maps Pro for iPhone and Locus Maps or Guru Maps Pro Android. Use your phone as a GPS and cache background maps for use in areas without cell service. *KMZ files are a non-routable file type.*


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  • 5
    GPS Trailmasters works Great with my iPhone

    Posted by Jonathan on Jan 18th 2021

    GPS Trailmasters work great on my iPhone 10X. Trails are easy to see and easy to follow. I am looking forward to exploring some new trail systems in Maine. I recommend this product.

  • 5
    Great to have when out on the trails

    Posted by Orly Nelson on Feb 23rd 2020

    I have been a customer of GPS Trailmasters for many years, using the New England (NH and Maine) trails for both Snowmobile's and ATV's. Love 'em! I have an iPad which I have mounted onto my machines and then downloaded the trails onto the "Guru" GPS map Ap. Not perfect as the trails are always changing due to logging, etc. but, they are great to have when out and about. I also use track back which gives me the confidence when out in the woods and it is getting late! A great fan here! Highly recommended! Thanks!

  • 4
    great product-difficult install

    Posted by thea kepka on Feb 20th 2020

    this is a Great product! Works without any signal... can record your trips.. but it is very difficult to install... directions to do so aren't easy... Took me about an hour to originally install NH maps... then a half hour or so to add the ME maps I bought to add to it.. very frustrating install

  • 5
    Life Saver

    Posted by Shawn O'Leary on Jan 20th 2020

    Though Mother Nature has not been kind with snow in Maine I was able to get out finally this weekend. On one occasion I took a wrong turn, checked my GPS Trailmaster and got back on track. I was low of gas, was with my daughter, and if I did check we would have been in trouble. I also like the trail access information that it provides. We plan on taking a family vacation to Quebec City and I plan on getting it also. LOVE IT!

  • 5
    great for quick reference

    Posted by joe e. on Apr 6th 2019

    For $30 you can't go wrong, I used this product allot on the trails to find my position between intersections and at intersections. Ok, this gps is not perfect or I'm not good at direction up or north up...also I was advised to open the app and expand and contract the screen to load the data if you loose cell but the gps did work for me. It's with every penny in my opinion. Oh, the support was very good on getting me up and running quickly. thanks GPS Trailmaster.

  • 5
    celll phone maps

    Posted by Matt on Mar 25th 2019

    The phone maps are great! I don’t ride with a gps so being able to have the offline maps on my phone has helped so much! Most of the time there is no service where your riding and you don’t need it at all. The phone gps still works with these and shows where you are on the trail. These maps have been very accurate since I got them and have helped me navigate on many trips. Well worth the purchase and so glad I did

  • 5
    "Indian not lost wigwam lost."

    Posted by Alan on Feb 26th 2019

    Wonderful a trail map with your position on it. Who could ask for more. Wigwam lost no more!

  • 5
    Best trail app for amartphone

    Posted by Carl Petron on Jan 2nd 2019

    I’ve used a couple trail apps and I would say GPS Trailmasters app is by far the best app out there. I would highly recommend their apps to anyone looking for a reliable app.

  • 5
    Great with the IPhone

    Posted by Ralph Nelson on Apr 2nd 2018

    I really dissagree with the Mar 31st post. I find it an excellent mapping addition to your Iphone. You do need to use Galileo. You need to buy Galileo, so that you can continue to import/export after the trial version expires (without watching videos to extend the trial). There are multiple map backgrounds available; contours, simple map, etc. It is not routable, but you can measure and use to know exactly where you are and where you are going. Set a recording and record your track, elevation, and velocity for review later, or export to friends or Google Earth. I usually run with my iPhone in my pocket and break it out when I get confused. I tried mounting my iPhone, but the extreme cold causes issues with my older battery, even with it plugged in. I plan my route in Google earth, and send that route to the phone, so that it 'highlights" my route, making it easier to follow. I really like it, and wouldn't go sledding without it.