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24- and 72-Hour Weather Forecast Overlays Now Available

Building on the 48-hour Precip Overlay we released last month, Gaia GPS now includes 24- and 72-hour Forecast Overlays too. Beat the rain, or maximize your powder days, with these new options that you can display over your favorite base maps. Sourced from NOAA Data Like the 48-hour overlays, the 24-hour and 72-hour Precip Overlays… Read More »

Get 48-Hour Precipitation Forecasts on Any Map in Gaia GPS

Gaia GPS 48 Hour Precip overlay

Prepare for the unexpected with the new 48-hour weather forecast overlay. Combine this new map overlay with your favorite base map to see rainfall predictions for your next weekend adventure. Built on Official NOAA Data The 48-hour precip overlay taps directly into the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) forecasting data. The NOAA Weather Prediction… Read More »

Stay Prepared during Wildfire Season with New Current Wildfires Overlay

Stay Prepared during Wildfire Season

With the new ‘US Wildfire – Current’ overlay, Premium Members can view current fire conditions before heading out on the trail. In addition, use the existing ‘US Wildfire – Historic’ overlay to view areas that were previously affected by wildfires. We’re offering a free 7-day trial of Premium Membership to anyone living and recreating in… Read More »

Using Gaia GPS to Find Free Camping in National Forests

Using Gaia GPS to Find Free Camping in National Forests

Many National Forests across the United States allow free dispersed camping. This post will show you how to use Gaia GPS to find free camping spots before heading out and navigate when you get there. Dispersed camping refers to camping outside of established campgrounds, typically with no amenities like bathrooms or running water. Sites vary… Read More »

Introducing Luxembourg Maps in Gaia GPS

Six new Luxembourg maps, now available for all Gaia GPS users. Sourced from the official Luxembourg Geoportal, these maps include a current topographic layer, satellite (aerial) photos, a land parcel layer, and three historic topographic layers. You can find each new Luxembourg map layer in the app in the More Layers menu, under the International sources… Read More »