I should not be asking this question as there are many youtube videos and forum posts. Just that my last experience wasn't good. So in 2019 I visited Nepal three times between Sep and Nov. As I was alone and this was my first time in Nepal, I wanted to make sure I didnt go off the path and I downloaded offline maps for both Maps.me and Google maps and when I went out of the mobile data range - I felt that both of these weren't really that helpful as they refused to work. That time it didnt matter since I did ABC, AC and EBC where trails are well laid out with hundreds of people walking so that I could just ask people around. This time around I will be attempting Khopra and Bhimthang and with very limited tourists - just want to make sure I take the optimal route without any excess walking.
So my question is - for offline use - is it as simple as downloading offline maps? also is it possible to preload the trails? This time I am taking my kids, there's the virus, limited folks on the route...etc and hence makes me a bit edgy.Edited: April 09, 2021, 10:36 pm