3D Off-Road Maps on Your Computer

Now, view your onX Offroad trails like never before. We are excited to announce you can now explore your maps and trails in 3D on the big screen of your computer.

When planning a trip, log in to your account at onxmaps.com to view the trails on a larger screen.

How to See onX Offroad Trails in 3D

  1. Tap the map layer button and switch to 3D mode.
  2. Press your keyboard’s “Ctrl” key and hold down your mouse to change the perspective.
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View Every Canyon, Hillside, and Rock Climb

Want to really see those trails pop? Click the map layer button in the lower right hand corner and switch over to Satellite. Then, tilt the map to see every contour of the land. Zoom around to follow a trail’s route through canyons, over mountains, and alongside rivers.

Check Out 3D Trails in Telluride, CO

See for yourself. Check out Black Bear Pass outside of Telluride, CO and explore the trail in 3D. Use the steps above to tilt the map and explore like never before.

Customize Your 3D Maps

Make your Offroad maps uniquely yours by adding Waypoints for secret campsites, swimming holes you find along the way, left turns (or was it a right?), and where you parked the truck. Easily scan and view your Waypoints no matter the angle you put on your 3D maps. All of your Waypoints can easily be shared with friends, from computer to phone and vice versa.

See Private Landowner Info in 3D

With an Elite membership you will be able to view all private landowner information in 3D (for only $99/year for nationwide access). Scan the map and tap a parcel for landowner name, lot size, and boundaries. Having access to private land information is another essential tool in your off-road kit.

Don’t see any trails?
Upgrade to Premium or Elite for access to 550K miles of trails across the nation. Premium: $34.99/year. Elite: $99.99/year with private landowner names.

Jenny Sheets

Jenny Sheets is the copywriter and vertical marketing specialist for onX Offroad. She lives in Montana where she dirt bikes, trail runs, camps, and overlands with her husband, dog, and son, Henry Danger.