Conservation organizations and komoot: Experiencing nature in a conscious way
Partner options for conservation organizations
Your bespoke partner profile is your ticket to the world of komoot, giving you the following options:
- Visitor management: Publish your official Tours on komoot, present them in Collections and support your visitors in experiencing nature in a conscious way.
- Education on nature conservation: Use comments, Highlights and tips to raise user awareness for environmental issues and to provide them with in-depth information on your line of work.
- Improved routing: Support recreation seekers in their Tour planning by providing them with up-to-date maps and optimized OpenStreetMap (OSM) data, which serves as the basis for komoot and all major map providers and navigation devices.
- Cross-channel communication: Integrate your komoot outdoor content on your website or create print maps with QR codes directly linking to a certain Tour and route description!
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How it looks
- Conservation organizations can embed local rules of conduct on komoot.
- Within the tour descriptions there is further information on the rules of use, which are marked as tips.
- In the tour details, it is transparently communicated which area is closed to bicycles, for example.
Conservation organizations on komoot
Many conservation organizations already use the convenient features of komoot. Here are two examples:
- In the hike to Golden Cap and Thorncombe Beacon, users find the link to the National Trust North and West Dorset website for local rules and regulations.
- Nationaal Park Hoge Kempen used their Collection to guide their visitors as well as provide information and inspiration.
And these two are not the only organizations who actively use komoot. For instance, Bandai-Asahi National Park and many other nature reserves support their community with active visitor management and useful tips.