Author Archives: Aileen

About Aileen

Aileen works on media and partnerships on the Gaia GPS Communications team. Currently living on the road, she spends all her free time exploring the mountains and trails west of the Rockies.​

Introducing Gaia GPS Team Accounts

Create a Team on gaiagps.com to outfit your professional organization with Gaia GPS, including all the maps and benefits of a Premium Membership. Manage team members, pay for the team from an official account, and replace your dedicated GPS devices with the best outdoor mapping app. When you open a team account, you’ll get the… Read More »

NextGen Gaia GPS, with National Geographic

Today, we released the next generation Gaia GPS app for iOS. We’re also delighted to announce the inclusion of National Geographic Trails Illustrated maps, on iOS, Android, and gaiagps.com. The new app is a huge leap for Gaia GPS, with tremendous technology, new maps and features, and a polished user interface. Since last September, eleven people… Read More »

New Year’s Web Update – Mass File, Delete, and Sync

Kicking off our web updates for 2016, we shipped a redesign for your data lists on gaiagps.com. You can now mass-select a bunch of items in your saved tracks, waypoints, and other lists and do things like file the selection in folders, toggle the sync status, or delete items. Also look out for the minor… Read More »

Gifting Gaia GPS

Give the gift of Gaia GPS, and share your love for the outdoors with family and friends. Click the link below to give a Gaia GPS Membership, Premium Membership, or a 5 year membership. https://www.gaiagps.com/user/gift/ Gaia GPS Membership includes access to more than 57 unique map sources along with unlimited offline map downloads for navigating… Read More »

Free GPS Tools for Volunteer Emergency Responders

volunteer emergency responders

Volunteer Emergency Responders, please contact us for a free copy of Gaia GPS + GaiaPro subscription. Through this pilot program, we hope to get Gaia GPS out to more places it can help. Over the years, people like wildland firefighters, search and rescue personnel, and aid workers at disaster sites (like the Haitian Earthquake) have adopted… Read More »

Off the Trail with Gaia GPS

The trail-less wilderness of Denali sprawls over an area equal to the state of Massachusetts. Its taigas and tundras rise up into North America’s tallest peak. In this most wild of places, only one road wends its way through the park, and trails have no place. Last week, I noticed a picture of Denali on… Read More »