There’s a whole lot of trails out there, and the locations that matter for your ride may be very specific. Waypoints mark locations important to you, and the Tracker records your path as you travel. Use Shapes and Lines to measure areas, distances, and elevations on your map, or highlight important boundaries. When you save Waypoints, Lines, Shapes, and Tracks, you can find them again later in the My Content Menu.
Waypoints - Tap and hold the map to drop a waypoint, or add a waypoint from the Map Tools tab. You can choose a specific symbol and color before saving so you can make sense of everything you’ve marked at a glance. Colors can help to organize Markups for a specific year or trip.
Lines and Areas - Create lines and areas to draw planned paths or riding areas on the map, or to take measurements. Groups often mark and share obstacles, difficult turns, and secrets others may not know. Measurements like line lengths and elevation profiles help you to plan the best path.
Tracks - Start a Track to record your path on the map. Share your Tracks with other Backcountry users to make sure everyone ends up in the same place.