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In this case you might be more precise if you fine tune your points on a computer later. For example try to note the position of the point relatively to a tree or any other significant feature in the landscape. Anyway, even if you position your point perfectly at the right place, it is very likely that the user of your guide won't have a better GPS than ...
I've done exactly the same thing for the same purposes - creating GIS-based rock climbing guides using GPS points taken with a mobile phone. I collected my points using an iPhone and the iGIS app. What I liked about iGIS was its ability to read/write directly to shapefiles, so you can get your attribute schema all setup outside of the app. Screenshot of ...
It's an old question, but there are some new answers now. WhirlyGlobe-Maply can now do vector map display on iOS. http://mousebirdconsulting.blogspot.com/2014/03/vector-maps-introduction.html
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