Each walk includes

  • Detailed, triple-tested and continually-maintained directions. We periodically re-walk every route ourselves. A group of volunteers also continually feed back changes to the routes.
  • A GPS-accurate map of the route showing exactly where you are and which way you are facing at all times.
  • Local information on the history, landscape and wildlife where you are standing. We've researched over 2,500 topics. Each walk includes a minimum of 20 points of interest and many walks have significantly more.
  • Information about the route that allows the app to accurately track distance travelled, estimate time left based on your walking speed and count down distance to the next direction point as you walk along.
  • Smart off-route warnings, tailored from local knowledge to give you enough freedom to explore points of interest without "computer says no".
  • Information about the dog-friendlyness of stiles so you know in advance if you're likely to need to lift a large dog.
  • Info about which beaches on the route have dog restrictions. There's also a nearest vet button for emergencies.
  • Recommendations for footwear and seasonally-activated mud warnings for routes that get particularly muddy.
  • Info on temporary footpath issues such as closures, diversions, fallen trees etc.
  • The pubs on the route with links to the pub website for opening times, menus etc.
  • Tide times at the nearest observation point to that walk for maximum accuracy.
  • A walk overview including length and steepness grade to assist with walk planning. Descriptive information about the gradients on the route is also included - how far around the route the climbs are and if there are any particularly steep descents.
  • Integration with driving satnav to direct you to the car park at the start of the walk. A range of satnav apps are supported including Waze as well as the built-in Google and Apple maps.
  • Seasonal info such as snowdrops, bluebells, heather etc allowing walks to be selected for the time of year.
  • Countryside tips such as walking with livestock. There's also info about how to contribute wildlife sightings to help with scientific research.
  • Information to help the Cornwall Council Countryside Access Team (who maintain the rights of way network) pinpoint issues and an easy mechanism to report these that even works without a phone signal so everyone can participate in making the paths better for each other.
  • Free updates. As well as the walk directions being continually updated for changes to the paths, more local information about points of interest is also being continually added.