What are the best social networks/apps for outdoor activities?

Are there any social networks/apps for meeting people or sharing content related to outdoor activities?
34 recommended
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    The Outbound

    Discover & Share New Outdoor Adventures

    Atul AcharyaProduct Maker. Mobile, AI, Self Driving · Written
    I love the Outbound Collective - great resources and for outdoorsy people. Great hikes, camping suggestions, trips and adventure reports from like-minded people.
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    No matter where you're at, you can find the best outdoor adventures, amazing photos, and specific details to make getting outside super simple and easy. Their free iOS app is a great travel companion as well.
    this is a very helpful app, esp when traveling; i recommend to all of my friends
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    Do more things without owning more stuff

    Joe Fernandezcofounder of Klout · Written
    Joe Fernandez made this product
    Why buy camping equipment or any other outdoor gear when you can borrow it from Joymode?
  3. Brandon ElwoodOwner, AppJester · Written
    Meetup is a great place to start. They have outdoor-centered meetups among others.
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    Find yourself outside.

    Search and discover the best camping near you or anywhere else in the country. Camp on ranches, farms, vineyards and land preserves.
  5. 3

    A simple app to visualize where on Earth you haven't been.

    The app starts off with a black screen and as you walk around you earn points as tiles on a map are automatically uncovered. Only areas that you have covered are exposed providing you with a clear picture of where you’ve been and where you’ve yet to explore.
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    Roadtrippers 3.0

    The ultimate road trip planner

    Want to find historic, scenic points on your drive? How about hotels near breweries? Layer multiple categories onto your trip and find the perfect place. When you find a special place, you can save it, tell your friends, or get directions and visit right away.
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    Explore over 50,000 trails, reviews, and photos. Share them…

    AllTrails has the largest collection of detailed, hand-curated trail maps so you can hit the trail with confidence. With just one click, get detailed driving directions so you can get from your computer to the trailhead in no time. Keep track of trails you may want to explore, or the ones that you think are beautiful and inspiring.
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    Rollout for iOS

    Meetup for runners, cyclists, and athletes

    Brandon ElwoodOwner, AppJester · Written
    Great place to connect with others looking to on group runs, hikes, bike rides, etc. The Android version is dropping this summer.
    Kevin DayBrand Manager · Written
    Kevin Day made this product
    I highly recommend Rollout, as a way to invite, allow or set up a private group outdoor activity. It's also great to search for others, venturing out in your area.
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    Uncover and track great fishing locations in your area

    Fishbrain is the world's largest community-based fishing app. Join other anglers in your area and contribute to the worlds smartest local fishing forecasts.
  10. Dre Durr💡Growth is the only thing that matters · Written
    I love twitter to find anything real-time
  11. Chuck BurtProduct and Growth Advisor · Written
    A social network specifically for outdoor activities.
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    Find beautiful hikes

    The best place to find beautiful hikes from all over the world. Hike.io is free, open source, and anyone can make an edit.
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    Remote Year

    Keep your job, see the world, leave the planning to us 🏝️

    Explore the world. Keep your job. Work remotely while traveling the world for a year with a likeminded community of entrepreneurs.
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    Blue Bottle Travel Kit

    Everything you need to brew coffee. Just add water.

    Snugly fits all your coffee brewing items, including hand-grinder, dripper, tumblers with zarfs, filters, and coffee.
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    GoPro Odyssey

    Film immersive, panoramic video with 16 synced HERO4 cameras

    Optimized for Jump, Odyssey packs 16 synchronized HERO4 Black cameras into an all-in-one rig that’s capable of capturing immersive content in stunning 8K30 video. The video from each camera is then uploaded to the Jump assembler to deliver an engaging experience from every direction.
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    Stingray Tree Tent

    Suspended tent for a lighter-than-air camping experience

    Like a portable tree house, this tent suspends from trees to become a unique above-the-ground base camp for 3 people, away from crawling insects, snakes and bothersome animals.
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    Weather or Not

    Beautiful weather app that integrates with your calendar

    "On its own, Weather or Not is a very nice weather app with beautiful animated graphics. You get the temperature, wind and humidity at whatever locations you set, as well the chance of precipitation. As you swipe your finger on the screen, an animated sun or moon moves to show you predictions for future times. The best part is that the app accesses your calendar and gives you a forecast for future events. You'll get weather seven days ahead; In addition, the app provides you with daily weather reports and forecasts for any upcoming events you have on the calendar, and the app provides a Today extension."
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    An app that recognises birds from their song

    Warblr is an app that automatically recognixes birds by their song. The way in which it works is simple – make a recording with your smartphone, and Warblr will identify the species of bird/s that can be found in that recording, providing you with images and descriptions to help you learn more about our feathered friends.
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    Connect Tree Tent

    Create suspended super-camps of three or more tents

    This tent features an adjustable double hammock bed with two large pockets on each side, full no-see-um mesh top with four folder away doors and a removable rain fly for unbeatable views. The rain fly can be pegged out towards the ground, creating a large 120ft² / 9m² covered porch area and multi-story camping base. The rain fly flaps can also be folded underneath the tent and hooked to each other, creating a full windbreak and a thermal buffer.
  20. Find private and alternative campsites worldwide and get off the beaten path.