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Top Hiking Trails to Explore in Australia Using Avenza Maps

Top Hiking Trails to Explore in Australia Using Avenza Maps

Australia is the land of exhilarating road trips, modern cities, the world’s friendliest people, and gorgeous beaches! But this isn’t all this beautiful country has to offer. Immerse yourself in nature as you explore the best hiking trails around Australia.

How to Add a Placemark in Avenza Maps

How to Add a Placemark in Avenza Maps

Have you ever visited a place and just thought, I need to mark this place down right now before I forget? Perhaps you explored a new hiking trail that you can’t wait to visit again, or you set up camp in a remote spot you’ve never heard of.  With Avenza Maps, you can simply add a placemark on any map to remember your location for next time! 

Christmas Market in Winter

Best Christmas Markets Around the World

All around the world, people celebrate Christmas in beautiful and unique ways. There are endless Christmas markets to explore this holiday season, and we’ve curated a list of the BEST ones to visit! 

Hannah Wilson with mountain painting

Hannah Wilson Makes Art on Maps

Learn all about Hannah Wilson, a wilderness instructor and an artist that is dedicated to creating paintings on maps! As someone with a passion for the outdoors, she could never imagine herself working in front of a computer. So instead, she decided to go on a journey to connect with her inner creativity and became a full-time artist! Read about her story here.

How to Plot Photos on a Map

How to Plot Photos on a Map

With the advent of digital photography and cell phones came geotagged photos. Simply put, the location information from where the photo was taken is captured in the file of the photo itself. It’s unlikely most people ever check this info in the details of their photos; with so many people snapping selfies every time they go to the park it’s not often a concern.

5 Monuments for Remembrance Day

5 Monuments for Remembrance Day

Every year, Canadians recognize Remembrance Day on November 11th at 11:00 am. Canadians pause for a moment of silence to honour the men and women who served and continue to serve our country during times of war and conflict.