Your phone camera is augmented with a high precision 3D mountain panorama rendered for your current location. Its built-in compass can be easily adjusted.
Internet connection is not a prerequisite for the PeakVisor app. All the data is downloadable and ready for use no matter where you are or what altitude you might be reaching.
PeakVisor covers all the major and minor mountain ranges in the world. Our app is consistently growing to include more peaks and ranges that outdoors enthusiasts are passionate about.
Why don’t you let your friends and family in on the amazing adventure you are undertaking? PeakVisor has a photo option that captures the digital overlay of your horizon, completes it with names and altitudes of all the peaks in view. This just adds some zest and the feeling of accomplishment to a trip that is already exhilarating and confidence boosting.
PeakVisor knows not only 746.000 mountains but also shows all the castles and mountain huts it your area as well.
The Sun Trail reflects the movement of the sun and is super handy in positioning the compass and advising photographers a perfect time for a snap.
PeakVisor includes a high-tech 3D compass and an altimeter, which accurately measures the elevation of any mountain peak that comes into view.
One of the most common questions I hear is, ‘what's the name and the altitude of that mountain?’
As much as I love finding untouched areas in the Alps, I love knowing what I see in the distance and where to go the next time.
At the top of conquered peaks, I see unique mountain panoramas. PeakVisor makes those moments even more delightful!
Last week we started rolling out improvements that smoothly move the app into the so-called "Grand Release". It is based on our early tests and feels like the promising future of navigation and orienteering. Follow us in order to be the first to experience this grand future!
We have been very quiet over the recent weeks, the whole month actually. But that was for the grand reason. We can't wait for you to see all the mind-blowing stuff coming into your phones with the recent improvements.
The complete database of 745.000+ summits embedded into the app. Added support for the three Augmented Reality modes: mountain labels only, terrain silhouettes, full AR.
PeakVisor uses a bit of augmented reality magic to display, in real time, little elevation markers atop nearby mountain summits. For most hikers, it’s likely nothing more than a cool party trick; for mountaineers, it’s pure adventure fuel.