Baltic Coastal Hiking Route - Sites and applications

Travel to Baltic Coastal Hiking Trail using one of the local or foreign hiking sites and mobile apps. Choose the most suitable and convenient for you. These apps will help you keep track of your route, find nearby attractions and services, and more options.

NaviCup mobile application

"NaviCup" offers thematic tourist maps and hiking trails with points of interest, audio and online guided tours, outdoor event area maps and other tools to help you plan your itineraries and events. Here you will also find the Baltic Coastal Hiking.

"Jāņa Sēta" mobile application "Baltic Maps"

The popular long-distance hiking route "Baltic Coastal Hiking" for the pleasure of hiking enthusiasts can now also be found in the mobile app BalticMaps (Android version). The mobile app can be downloaded here.

Mobile application ViewRanger

ViewRanger is your digital guide to the outdoors with downloadable route guides, outdoor maps and powerful GPS navigation features. Now also the Baltic Coastal Hiking can be found here.

Mobile application Ramblr

Ramblr is a service to record and share your outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, skiing, kayaking, road trip, travel or any other type of trip. Now the Baltic Coastal Hiking is also a part of this service.

Mobile application Waymarked Trails

Mobile app "Waymarked Trails" shows hiking routes from the local to international level, with maps and information from Open Street Map. Here you can find also the Baltic Coastal Hiking.

Traildino hiking portal

Traildino is one of the largest hiking route databases in the world. There you can also find the Baltic Coastal Hiking.

Mobile application Wikiloc

Wikiloc is a place to discover and share the best outdoor trails for hiking, cycling and many other activities. There you can also find information about the Forest trail.

Mobile application AllTrails

Explore the outdoors with AllTrails. Discover nature with hiking, biking, backpacking and running trails around the world. Now also the Baltic Coastal Hiking can be found here.

European Ramblers Association

The European Ramblers Association (ERA) is a network organisation working for promotion of walking, hiking, creating trails, exchange of the know-how over the borders and secure the rights of free access to nature for the walkers. Information about the Baltic Coastal Hiking as as part of E9 European long distance path can be found on the ERA website.

Wikipedia

Wikipedia is a free online encyclopedia, created and edited by volunteers around the world. It contains information also about the Forest trail which is a part of European long distance path E9.

Open Street Map

Open Street Map (OSM) is an initiative to create and provide free geographic data, such as street maps, to anyone. Here you can find also the Baltic Coastal Hiking.

Komoot

Komoot will inspire your next ride, hike, or run by shared community knowledge and recommendations of routes. Here you can also find the Baltic Coastal Hiking which is a part of the European long-distance hiking route E9. The Baltic Coastal Hiking passes through the Baltics (Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania). Along the route, you will see more than 600 natural, historical, and cultural objects and monuments.

Outdooractive

The Outdooractive App is a companion on your next hiking, cycling, mountaineering, and other outdoor activities where you can find plan routes from around the world. There you can also find the Baltic Coastal Hiking.

The Latvian Nature Conservation Agency application "Nature Tourism"

The mobile application "Nature Tourism" provides an opportunity to plan a day for a beautiful walk or trip in nature in a short time. The app helps to find answers to questions - where to go today or what to do - it has more than 400 different nature tourism destinations - nature trails and sights, towers, throughout the territory of Latvia, including the Baltic Coastal Hiking route!

To find the Baltic Coastal Hiking route in the territory of Latvia, use the search engine of the application and enter the keywords "Coastal Hiking Route". Therefore, select the appropriate route section, starting from Nida at the Lithuanian-Latvian border and ending with Ainaži at the Latvian-Estonian border. The mobile app can be downloaded here.

Regio

Regio is the oldest and biggest Estonian map publisher. Regio added the Baltic Coastal Hiking route to their maps/hiking brochure, information was given by ERTO (Estonian Rural tourism Association). Example of the brochure you can find here: https://issuu.com/regio_as/docs/matkame_eestis