Google Maps won’t be much help, because it doesn’t detail the topography of the land like Back Country does.
Designed with hikers and outdoorsy types in mind, this map uses GPS waypoints and allows you to do such manual things like enter the longitude/latitude coordinates of your location.
Android, i OSMost of the above mentioned apps focus on providing the most up-to-date information about your local area, perhaps even better than the great G-Maps itself. If you’ve tried any of these (and others) and have some experiences to report – good or bad – let us know!
Directions: Type in a latitude, longitude and name for your current location and click add, or use the lookup field to find your coordinates by zip code, city and state or address.
Its advanced features include automatic re-routing, real-time traffic conditions, ETA, the ability to detect cameras/accidents/construction sites/slow-downs, location-sharing, weather reports and roadside assistance.