ViewRanger and Roanoke Outside have teamed up to provide detailed outdoor maps and hiking guides for the Roanoke, Virginia area.
Roanoke Outside is a charitable organization designed to help outdoor recreation enthusiasts find places to explore and post events in the Roanoke Region of Virginia. The recent ViewRanger partnership now brings trail and map content to countless mobile devices.
Roanoke Outside has added more than 40 hiking guides to the ViewRanger publishing platform, which are instantly compatible with the latest smartphones and smartwatches. Roanoke will also embed interactive trail maps on their website at roanokeoutside.com.
“ViewRanger easily allows us to bring trail content to locals and visiting tourists so they can explore the amazing wild lands around Roanoke,” said Pete Eshelman, director at Roanoke Outside. “Each guide and related maps can be downloaded and followed on a mobile phone or watch.”
Roanoke Outside guides can be found online at viewranger.com or in the free ViewRanger app on the Apple App Store or Google Play. More than 650 publishers, travel agencies, and parks across the globe have added outdoor content to the ViewRanger platform.
For more information contact:
Kris Wagner, ViewRanger Marketing Director
ViewRanger is a free GPS navigation app used by millions of people around the world to plan, navigate, record and share their outdoor adventures. Combining the world’s best offline maps with easy-to-follow route guides and advanced GPS navigation features, ViewRanger is the ultimate adventure tool for anyone exploring the great outdoors. www.viewranger.com
About Roanoke Outside
The Roanoke Regional Partnership initially created Roanoke Outside to showcase why the Roanoke, Virginia, Region is one of the best outdoor communities in the United States. In 2013, with the support of the Partnership, the Roanoke Outside Foundation was officially formed as a 501(c)3 charitable organization. Roanke Outside’s mission is to make outdoor activity and environmental stewardship a core component of its community’s lifestyle by promoting a “conservation through recreation” philosophy. www.roanokeoutside.com