eTrails is a free electronic guidebook app, presently available for the iPhone and iPad
at the App Store.
eTrails displays your location, your trail, points of interest, and nearby trails on a
high-quality USGS topographic base map. No cell coverage is required.
eTrails covers the following regions. Glick on the GPX link to download GPS tracks and waypoints.
Afoot and Afield Los Angeles County: (GPX)
Afoot and Afield Orange County: (GPX)
Afoot and Afield Inland Empire: (GPX)
San Bernardino Mountain Trails: (GPX)
Trails of the Angeles: (GPX)
Day & Section Hikes Pacific Crest Trail: (GPX)
Pacific Crest Trail: Southern California
An extremely detailed guide to the Pacific Crest Trail with thousands of points of interest
including water, campsites, trailheads, resupply points, and notes about botany, geology,
Pacific Crest Trail: Northern California
Pacific Crest Trail: Oregon & Washington
National Forest Maps
The following maps are published by the US Government and are freely available, but are sometimes
difficult to find online.
San Gabriel National Monument
San Bernardino Mountains
San Jacinto Mountains
Cleveland National Forest (North)
About the Author
David Harris is the author of eTrails and
many Southern California hiking guidebooks and engineering textbooks. David grew up rambling
about the Desolation Wilderness as a toddler in his father's pack and later roamed the
High Sierra as a Boy Scout. As a Sierra Club trip leader, he organized mountaineering
trips throughout the Sierra Nevada. Since 1999, he has been exploring the mountains and
deserts of Southern California. He lives with his family in Upland,
California, and delights in sharing his love of the outdoors with his boys.
Wilderness Press Guidebooks:
Afoot and Afield Inland Empire
Afoot and Afield Los Angeles County
Afoot and Afield Orange County
San Bernardino Mountain Trails
Trails of the Angeles
101 Hikes Southern California
Day & Section Hikes Pacific Crest Trail: Southern California
eTrails does not collect or store any personal data.