Riverside, Mo. – Rolling Strong, the provider of driver wellness programs for transportation companies and their drivers, as well as owner-operators, recently announced a partnership with AllTrails, home to the largest collection of hand curated trail guides. The collaboration will bring extensive trail maps, data and content to users of the Rolling Strong app, helping connect drivers to the outdoors.
“With the AllTrails app, truck drivers using Rolling Strong will have information on trails based on their GPS location at their fingertips,” said Stephen Kane, president of Rolling Strong. “Whether your preference is to walk, run, hike or ride a bike, AllTrails is a highly valuable tool for using trail systems throughout the U.S. to engage in healthy exercise while on the road.”
The AllTrails app features maps of more than 100,000 trails that can be filtered by activity, length and difficulty level. Each trail map includes ratings based on reviews by the brand’s community of over 11 million hikers, mountain bikers and runners. Users can find trails based on location, get driving directions to the trail head, keep lists of trails to explore, record walks, runs, hikes and bike rides, and upload pictures and notes. Rolling Strong drivers can now download AllTrails via a link in the Rolling Strong health and wellness app to get out and start exploring.
AllTrails is also providing Rolling Strong AllTrails Pro accounts as part of its gamification experience for achieving health objectives and making better lifestyle choices. The Pro accounts provides access to fully detailed downloadable trail maps for offline use, and real-time overlays, including satellite weather. It also features a real-time tracker that helps trail-goers share trip details such as planned start/finish times, a map of planned routes, send status updates to designated contacts, and stay on course with off-route notifications.
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