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Komoot is now available on all new Garmin devices — and the app comes with a beautiful new navigation mode


October 28, 2022

To make your experience of navigating Tours on your Garmin device even more seamless, we’ve made some significant improvements to the app! Firstly, we’ve implemented a brand-new komoot-specific navigation interface that let’s you better track your adventures on your Garmin. From now on, simply select komoot as your preferred navigation mode the next time you start a Tour on your watch, and enjoy turn-by-turn navigation arrows, a clearer

Introducing 3D maps, komoot Premium’s newest feature

Route Planner

October 25, 2022

Feel like you’re out there, just by looking at the map — with 3D maps. Now available as part of komoot Premium — and usable on komoot.com — 3D maps let you immerse yourself in the landscape virtually and feel like you’re already out there. Showing a true-to-life overview of beautiful landscapes worldwide, they allow for more accurate route planning, and next-level inspiration for your adventures in the mountains. 

Stay safe on the trail - with brand new Highlight and Tour warnings

Route Planner

September 26, 2022

So you always know ahead of time if a Tour or Highlight includes any dangerous sections, we’ve added brand new warnings to our Android and iOS app and to komoot.com. Planning a hike along a knife-edged arete or set to ride down a route-ridden trail suitable for experienced mountain bikers only? Komoot will let you know when advanced experience or equipment may be required on a route — so you can focus on confidently exploring the great outdoors.

Know if you’re planning an adventure to a Highlight in a protected area, thanks to updated Highlight warnings in national parks

Route Planner

September 5, 2022

New and improved warnings on Highlights now give you a heads-up when your adventure goes through a national park or protected area. They deliver all need-to-know info in a simple way, and they link you to the relevant park regulations when there's something extra you should be aware of. That way, you can explore responsibly, without unknowingly breaking any rules or doing unintended damage to a conservation area.

You can now use the komoot satellite map when planning on Android or iOS

Route Planner

August 15, 2022

Previously only available on web, the Komoot satellite map is now available in the komoot app for Android and iOS. Perfect for seeing exactly what you’re going to be travelling through, just tap on the layers icon in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen to switch-up your map style. 

Try it in the komoot iOS and Android app now — and plan your next adventure your way.

We’ve made it easier to switch between maps when planning routes on komoot.com — and you can now see sport-specific details on the satellite map!

Route Planner

August 12, 2022

Use the komoot map to clearly see landscape details and contour lines, or switch to the satellite map to see just how green an area is you’re passing through. Whatever your reasons for wanting to switch the base map — it’s now easier than ever before with the new maps switcher available at komoot.com. 

Oh, and for all Premium users, the komoot satellite map also displays sports-specific details.

Bring the map to life with Trail View photos

Route Planner

August 5, 2022

Trail View brings the lines on the map to life with user-sourced photos of the trail curated by an advanced image-detection algorithm. Showing up as green dots on the new Trail View map layer on komoot.com, these images give hikers, gravel cyclists and mtb riders a visual on what that trail actually looks like, allowing you to plan more accurately for your adventures.

Komoot is now available in a whole new family of languages! 👋🏻


July 26, 2022

We have added additional support for 6 new languages, so you can more easily find, plan and experience your next adventure in your language. Bringing our total number of supported languages to 11, you can now use komoot in:

  • Japanese 🇯🇵

  • Korean 🇰🇷

  • Polish 🇵🇱

  • Portuguese 🇵🇹

  • Brazilian Portuguese 🇧🇷

  • German 🇩🇪

  • Dutch 🇳🇱

  • French 🇫🇷

  • Spanish 🇪🇸

  • Italian 🇮🇹

  • English 🇬🇧/ 🇺🇸

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Make inspiring multi-day routes your own with actionable Collections

Route Planner

June 29, 2022

You’ll find plenty of inspiration for multi-day adventures on komoot but until recently daily stages were set, making it tricky to adjust route stages to your style of riding. Now you’ll find the full route saved in one compact Tour, at the top of many multi-day Collections. That makes it easy for you to copy, save, and ultimately edit the route into daily stages that sync with each other, and are just the right length for you. 

The ‘Discover’ tab is now available worldwide 🌏


May 29, 2022

To inspire more people all over the world, we’ve rolled out the ‘Discover’ tab globally. Previously only available in parts of Central Europe and the UK, it means you can search komoot for Highlights, Collections and routes to explore, and see a roll call of the best adventures near you in the feed. 

You can now mention other users in comments on Tours, Collections and Highlights


April 29, 2022

So you can better get the conversation started, you can now mention your friends in comments on komoot. Just type the at symbol (@) before typing their name and select them from the list that refines as you type. We’ll then send your friend a notification to let them know that they’ve got something to check out. Available now on iOS, Android and web.

Mountain bikers rejoice: We’ve made some significant improvements to our mtb routing!

Route Planner

February 28, 2022

After tons of testing and feedback from you — our community of passionate mountain bikers — we’ve made some significant improvements to our mtb routing. Now, when you plan a mountain bike ride, komoot will always favor the gnarly over the sensible; diverting you away from fire roads and onto funner, flowier singletrack — the type of stuff your bike was built for.