Washington State

Mount Ranier at Sunrise

Totago-powered interactive maps & mobile apps

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Mobile app for iOS and Android

Looking for places to ride your trail bike, ATV or 4x4? OHV WA has information from all types of recreation agencies including USFS, WDNR, BLM and counties. The maps include over 2,000 miles trails, 5,915 miles of recreation roads open to OHVs, 10,074 miles of county roads open to Street Legal ATVs (WATVs), 82 cities that allow WATVs, 152 trail heads and other recreation facilities throughout the state of Washington.

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Interactive web map & mobile app

Whether you are looking for a place to launch your boat, take your kids, ride your ATV, or taste local wines, getting all the information you need in one place is hard. Washington Hometown offers interactive web maps and a mobile app to help you discover your passion. Each draws on our rich data set of over 20,000 recreation resources from more than 150 sources and tailored to the needs of each specific activity or user group. 

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Mobile app for iOS and Android

Snowmobile WA includes the trails that are groomed as part of the Washington State Parks Sno-Park system along with the trail systems in Priest Lake Idaho and the Tollgate area of Umatilla National Forest. The app also includes trail access, the rules regarding snowmobile use on the public lands crossed by the trails, and businesses that cater to snowmobilers.

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Washington Content Partners

The Washington Trails Association's Hiking Guide is the go-to resource for trail information throughout the state. The Totago app includes hikes sourced directly from the wta.org hiking guide through our partnership to enable Washingtonians to access trails without a car and download offline maps.ls Association mobilizes hikers and everyone who loves the outdoors to explore, steward and champion trails and public lands.

Washington Hometown


Discover WA has everything you need to find your next adventure in Washington State. The app draws from over 15,000 recreation opportunities managed by federal, state, county, city, non-profit, utility/port and private organizations. It provides everything you need to know to find your next adventure from passes and sports, to facilities and what pass is required.

Modern Hiker


ModernHiker.com has been providing in-depth trail guides all over the American West with a focus on California. Find hundreds of curated trails, then download the information and map directly to your device. Pictures, maps, and in-depth directions are yours to access, even after you’ve left the last cell tower far in the distance.
TOTAGO partnered with King County Metro & Parks to help make it easier for people to access trails without a car. We worked with King County to create detailed information for trails within King County Parks and Washington DNR land accessible by the Trailhead Direct bus service. Users throughout the region used the TOTAGO trip-planner to get car-free directions to lots of hikes near Seattle.

Seattle Metro Bus Hiking


Seattle is blessed with an abundance of close-in parks, forests, and wilderness areas that provide almost unlimited hiking opportunities. However, for those who do not have access to a car, these hikes may seem inaccessible. Despite the limitations of the current transit system, it’s quite possible to use public transit right now to get to the outdoors. This guide shows you how to make use of King County’s extensive bus system, as well as other transit options, to get out and enjoy many hikes without a car.