As the world opened back up in 2023, the Gaia GPS community adventured further, deeper, and higher than ever. As you climbed new peaks, skied new trails, and camped in…
Since 2008, Gaia GPS has revolutionized how people adventure outdoors. Now with millions of users, we remain committed to the Gaia GPS community and our mission of putting the best backcountry navigation tools in your hands so you can adventure confidently and safely.
Maps like slope angle shading, topos, and satellite imagery can help you plan safer backcountry tours—if you know how to use them. Learn a few ways you can use maps as one more tool to mitigate risk and help you avoid avalanches this winter.
If you’re looking to give back this holiday season, give the gift of the great outdoors. Help us raise $2,500 for each of our nonprofit partners working to protect the planet and grow outdoor participation among youth and underrepresented communities.
Spy fall foliage from the comfort of your couch and time your leaf peeping just right with the help of a few trusted tools, including two of our special map layers. FreshSat — Recent and FreshSat — Cloud Free give you near-in-time satellite imagery from all over the world, showing you where leaves are blazing the most brightly near you.
The Gaia GPS team reflects on the parallels in persevering through adventures in the backcountry and in the office.
The famous Grizzly 399 and her four cubs are back! The grizzly bears survived the winter and continue charming Grand Teton National Park visitors. Learn more about Griz 399’s amazing life story, including the one time she attacked a man outside of Jackson Lake Lodge, on the Out and Back podcast.
We’ve redesigned the top five features in the app to make Gaia GPS even easier and faster to use, so you can spend less time looking at your phone and more time adventuring.
Gaia GPS provides the best backcountry maps in the world. (We’re not biased or anything.) Our proprietary Gaia Topo, Gaia Overland, and Gaia Winter maps equip backcountry travelers on foot,…
Move over technicolor, black and white is back in style. Meet Gaia Black and White, our brand new, very first all-black-and-white topo map. Whether you’re color vision deficient or want…