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When you buy onX Backcountry in June, we donate $10 to Leave No Trace.

When you buy onX Backcountry in June, we donate $10 to Leave No Trace.

Explore and Restore the Outdoors

onX Backcountry empowers adventurers to stretch their horizons outside and find the trails less traveled. Whether it’s an overlooked 13er or the gorgeous waterfall just a little bit harder to reach than the ‘gram-famous one, we help you explore more not just for the experience, but to help reduce impacts on the highest-traffic locations.

Additionally, for Great Outdoors Month we’re giving $10 from every onX Backcountry membership to Leave No Trace to support their Hot Spot program, which educates and restores the places that risk getting loved to death. With your purchase through onXmaps.com, you’ll have access to an app that helps you explore and disperse your impact with the knowledge that part of your purchase went directly to a cause we can all rally around. 

How To “Leave No Trace” with onX Backcountry

Using onX Backcountry allows you to find trails, campsites, waterfalls, and more all far from the congested areas we know all too well. With these tools and more in your pocket, you can reduce your impact on the landscape.

Offline Maps

Using Offline Maps, you can feel confident to venture out knowing that our trusted outdoor recreation map connects to the GPS in your phone giving you a real-time location whenever you need it.


With Waypoints, you can mark multiple campsites that adhere to Leave No Trace’s Seven Principles so when you show up late on a Friday night, you won’t accidentally camp too close to a river, road, trailhead, or non-durable surface.

Active Wildfires

With wildfires kicking up in both severity and frequency, the Active Wildfire Layer can keep you away from delicate areas.


Find new places to play, expand your home zone, or change up your bucket list and get away from the overused high-impact areas.

Get To Know Leave No Trace

From its well-known Seven Principles to on-the-ground activations around the country, Leave No Trace has been at the forefront of outdoor stewardship for over two decades. Learn more about their important work with this introduction to the organization.

You’re Helping Restore Recreation Hot Spots

What’s a Hot Spot?

It’s a recreation location nominated by its land manager and chosen by Leave No Trace that has experienced being “loved to death” or otherwise been degraded by overuse. Each year, Leave No Trace works with local communities to equip them with education tools they can pass on to their visitors.

Check out the 2022 Hot Spots in the App

Use onX Backcountry to help find routes that are well away from over-traveled trails and hot spots in your area. Dispersing some of our activities from the centers of heavy traffic we can mitigate our impacts on the landscapes we love most.

Great Outdoors Month Masterclasses

Throughout the month of June we’re partnering with thought leaders in the conservation space to bring you actionable objectives to further your sustainable mindset. From Conrad Anker to Jason Antin and SheJumps, we’ll have some great conversations lined up for you.

Featured Masterclass

How to Organize A Group Cleanup With Caroline Gleich & Krystin Norman of She Jumps

Tuesday, June 21 @ 6:00PM

Do you have a local trail system that needs cleanup? Or maybe you have a campground that has seen better days? Have you ever wondered how you can mobilize a group to restore an area to correct degradation? Join professional ski mountaineer, endurance athlete, and activist Caroline Gleich with SheJumps community advocate and Snowpack Scholarship founder Krystin Norman, alongside Leave No Trace to find out what it takes to organize a community around a cause. 

#ExploreAndRestore Challenge

We’re giving away four $2,500 grants to trail organizations selected by you. Simply post a photo of a trail that means something to you, with a caption of why you love the place, and what you’re doing or will do to restore it. Tag and follow @onxbackcountry and @leavenotraceorg. For full details check out the page below.

We may go faster alone, but we go farther together. It’s up to all of us to keep the outdoors from being loved to death. When the future of our favorite places is at stake, we’re in good company.

Explore & Restore: Good Stewards for the Great Outdoors