Recent Activities on Routes

Strava includes recent public activities on community routes of all sport types to help members gather more information about the route they plan on taking. These activities can provide more information about recent route conditions, variations on the route, completion time, popularity, and much more.

How it Works

Strava subscribers can open the Maps tab from the bottom navigation menu on the Strava mobile app and select Routes from the top of the screen. Explore the map and tap on nearby start points and trail networks to view a list of routes. Tap on the relevant route and scroll down to view a list of Recent Activities that have followed the route.

Which Activities Are Shared With the Community

Activities that meet all of the following criteria may appear on routes:

    • The corresponding activity’s privacy controls are set to ‘Everyone’ or ‘Followers’. If the controls are set to Followers, only athletes who follow you will be able to view your activities on the route details page.
    • The corresponding activity owner’s profile page privacy controls are set to ‘Everyone’ or ‘Followers’. If the controls are set to Followers, only athletes who follow you will be able to see your activities on the route details page.
    • The activity is not muted.
    • The activity matches at least 85% of the route.
    • The activity does not belong to an athlete you have blocked, or who has blocked you.

If you would like to exclude an activity from the Recent Activities section on routes, you may do so by adjusting the privacy controls on the activity or muting it.

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