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AllTrailsis offering their 1-Year AllTrails Pro Membership Plan for 50% Off billed at $14.99 ($1.25/Month) when you select the 'Annual Plan' and click on the 'Get Started' offer link.

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Just saw that AllTrails is offering their Pro membership plan for an year for $14.99.

https://www.alltrails.com/pro/signup?k=nysale50
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I contacted Alltrails via the facebook messenger. Got a reply in about 15 minutes. They said:
This sale comes around for every major holiday. 50% off is as low as it gets so if you want it you should get it now, and if you are still on the fence, no need to rush.

I don't care using my phone to log my activity as the last thing you want in the backcountry is the map/phone you reply on (which you shouldn't) go dead. If you want to go frugal, you can download US Topo maps or terrain maps for free from USGS, and you can load them to whatever GPS app you prefer, even Google Earth. Most trails are marked on these maps.
https://ngmdb.usgs.gov/topoview/viewer/

Or there are paid US topo map apps which only charges a one-time purchase fee.

Regardless, using phone to navigate on trails has its limitations, so please use with caution. When in doubt, don't. Good old map skill is still the best way to navigate.
For me the main benefit was offline maps. So yeah, for me it was worth it.

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Anyone figure out how to gift this to ourselves or get this to stack with existing subscription?
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Is anyone able to get this to work in the app? I'd like to get this using my play store credit, but can't get it to show up in the app.

Great deal!
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I use the free version. The paid version worth it?
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I use the free version. The paid version worth it?
For me the main benefit was offline maps. So yeah, for me it was worth it.
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I use the free version. The paid version worth it?
To me it is., I go hiking fairly often. Looking up new places and the extras help me get more information. When you are in the back country and checking out new trails or on often visited trails it is helpful to get the maps etc especially if you are offline. It depends on the type of hiker you are though. Do you just do in city hikes or do you go out and explore where there is no cell signal. I like to have it as a backup because some trails aren't well defined.
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Anyone figure out how to gift this to ourselves or get this to stack with existing subscription?
I contacted Alltrails via the facebook messenger. Got a reply in about 15 minutes. They said:
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Hi Tim, Thanks for reaching out! The promo is only valid for new Pro upgrades, and cannot be used to extend existing subscriptions. My apologies for the inconvenience! Please let me know if you have any questions or if there is anything else I can help with. Best, Andi
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For me the main benefit was offline maps. So yeah, for me it was worth it.
Aren't the normal maps cached for you?
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This sale comes around for every major holiday. 50% off is as low as it gets so if you want it you should get it now, and if you are still on the fence, no need to rush.

I don't care using my phone to log my activity as the last thing you want in the backcountry is the map/phone you reply on (which you shouldn't) go dead. If you want to go frugal, you can download US Topo maps or terrain maps for free from USGS, and you can load them to whatever GPS app you prefer, even Google Earth. Most trails are marked on these maps.
https://ngmdb.usgs.gov/topoview/viewer/

Or there are paid US topo map apps which only charges a one-time purchase fee.

Regardless, using phone to navigate on trails has its limitations, so please use with caution. When in doubt, don't. Good old map skill is still the best way to navigate.
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For me the main benefit was offline maps. So yeah, for me it was worth it.
I wholeheartedly agree! When you're out on the trail, you're going to lose your cel signal, so it'll make your life much easier (and your hike much more enjoyable) to be able to download the maps for offline use when that happens!
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I use the free version. The paid version worth it?
Yes, just ask me about trying to use low-res topo screenshots for hiking instead of just paying for the full version Smilie
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I had the app downloaded but never paid for PRO. I just opened it, and the deal immediately came up on the home screen. Now it's set for renewal in 2023 via iTunes, but of course will cancel before then.
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I contacted Alltrails via the facebook messenger. Got a reply in about 15 minutes. They said:
Translation - Create a new account and use the promo there.
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I got pro to use offline maps and to know where i am on the trail(s) as often there are other trails that come up, at least here in Angeles National Forest, so i dont feel like getting lost. Since hikes i go are day hikes, i am not worried about running out of phone battery. But i assume, for those that go on longer trips, far out, they will want to use a dedicated GPS unit with SOS and such. It is too bad this promo is just once, i dont want to create new account as i like seeing my history and progress, etc.

For this in Southern California, i like using this guide to find trails and read about it
https://hikingguy.com/hike/hiking...-la-hikes/
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