Peak District Maps Offline

Peak District Maps Offline

By JOMO Solutions Ltd

  • Category: Navigation
  • Release Date: 2015-03-05
  • Current Version: 2.0.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 421.54 MB
  • Developer: JOMO Solutions Ltd
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 4
From 10 Ratings


From the producers of GB Maps (featured in Ordnance Survey's OS OpenData innovative application showcase) Beautifully detailed maps supplied by Ordnance Survey. Peak District Maps provides a useful offline mapping reference and navigation aid whilst travelling throughout the Peak District by footpath, road, rail, canal, lake and river.  Intuitive route and waypoint management features are implemented enabling creation, modification, deletion, import and export of routes. A powerful offline search facility can locate places, roads, post codes and hills within the region.  Worldwide online Apple maps (Standard, Satellite and Hybrid).  Map features that you are used to with Apple maps are available on both offline and online maps as well as providing 3D buildings on Apple maps (where available). Maps 7 different levels of offline 2014/5 Ordnance Survey map detail from national overview to street view within the region. (No data connection required) Progressively more detailed maps are automatically loaded as the map view is zoomed. The OS recommended viewing scales for the more detailed maps are approximately as follows: 1:1000,000 (Whole of GB is covered) 1:250,000 1:50,000 1:25,000 1:10,000 ( Roads/streets are labelled) The map region of the more detailed maps covers a rectangular region around the national park boundary (ref. - Contours with height information and annotated height points - Extensive footpaths from ©OpenStreetMap contributors - National Park boundary demarkation App - Route/Waypoint management. - Offline search functionality with searchable locations (places, roads, post codes and hills). (For the place search a location's latitude and longitude is accurate to 0.1 of a minute of the centre point of the 1x1 km National Grid square in which the name falls) - Detailed hill information, including height, OS Grid Ref, latitude and longitude, region, parent, classification, drop and hill specific links to Streetmap, Geograph and Hill Bagging web sites - Display of current GPS position as OS Grid Reference or WGS84 latitude and longitude - "Share My Location" allowing users to share an image of their current location and location references.  Buttons are provided to share location information by Facebook, Twitter, iMessage/SMS and e-mail - Online access to worldwide Apple Standard, Satellite and Hybrid maps - Apple 3D Buildings are displayed on Apple Standard maps - Apple maps contain Points of Interest - User location can be tracked with or without heading on all online and offline maps (GPS capable devices only) - Display of scale bar in either metric or imperial units - Display of current speed - Zoom, pan, rotation of all maps - Pitch of Apple Standard and Ordnance Survey maps - Selection of current location annotation for display of speed and location data - User setting for speed display in Miles per Hour (mph) or Kilometres per Hour (kph) - Selection of search result pin annotations to display location information - Collective deletion of search result annotation pins - A user guide is provided within the app information The OS search data was published by Ordnance Survey in 2014. Extracts from "The Database of British and Irish Hills" v14 published 22/04/2014 (ref. ) No warranty The data is supplied by Apple, Ordnance Survey, contributors to OpenStreetMap and Database of British and Irish Hills. The Information is licensed 'as is' and the Information Provider and/or Licensor excludes all representations, warranties, obligations and liabilities in relation to the Information to the maximum extent permitted by law. The Information Provider and/or Licensor are not liable for any errors or omissions in the Information and shall not be liable for any loss, injury or damage of any kind caused by its use. This app is not a substitute for a paper map and compass.



  • Useless!!

    By Macster Crit
    If these maps are supposed to be sourced from the OS, then I'm really very unimpressed or this App is a con! I purchased this map for walking and trekking the Peak District. The Tissington trail is not even featured! This is a huge popular trail and is rather like omitting the Pennine way! In the end I found apple's satellite view more reliable. This App is so useless, I was forced to get the proper OS map of the Peak District at £24.
  • Highly useful

    By Ali Jock
    Love this app. I've now got every app in the full set of National Park series. Well done. I recommend.
  • Great App from great collection

    By Mikegggggsssssss
    The map detail combined with GPS and the excellent new route planning functionality (including gpx import/export) make this app a very useful aid to a traditional map and compass. 5* 👍👍👍👍👍
  • Great Ordnance Survey offline maps

    By Und3rTh3Sky
    These are the best detailed maps out there. As you zoom in the detail increases right the way down to 1:10k. The route creation is simple and intuitive (unlike other apps I've tried) and the comprehensive search and hill details is amazing too with every detail of every hill covered (I've not found a hill that's not included).
  • First day using it

    By Little miss curious
    I read quite a few reviews and being a novice walker I wasn't really sure what to go for. I have been super happy with this app and found the reviews my turning point for choosing it. Hence why I am leaving a review. Enjoyed our walk via this app and hope if weather holds we will do more.
  • Very good app

    By Stoppedatlast
    No more wrestling with paper maps in the wind and it tells you where you are so you can't get lost. I'll be getting more of these. Thank you.