Turn On and Off POIs Ashli Baldwin June 10, 2019 06:23 Updated Follow 1. Tap on the Layers icon. 2. Scroll down to "Map Overlays" and click next to the POIs you would like to see displayed on the map. A check mark indicates that it is selected to be visible. Related articles Map Legends How to Change Settings & Manage Your Account Main Map Functions Record Tracks Delete A Track (or Route, Waypoint or Map) Comments 6 comments Sort by Date Votes Nathan January 25, 2019 15:05 @LisaSpeer You can toggle off the built-in POIs by: open Gaia GPS > Layers menu > tap "Trailbehind POIs" > toggle off the POI categories you do not want to view on the main map 0 Permalink Robyn January 30, 2019 21:55 @LisaSpeer I'm sorry for the mixup, it looks like you may be using the iOS version of Gaia GPS which has POI labels built into the Gaia Topo layer and can be searched for using the search bar. Check out this article to learn more: https://help.gaiagps.com/hc/en-us/articles/115008998528-Finding-Trails-and-POIs-in-Gaia-GPS-for-iOS 0 Permalink jasonferrier November 02, 2018 20:57 Were these removed from the iOS app a while ago? I haven't seen then in many months and I was reminded of them by looking at a friends Android phone with Gaia installed. 0 Permalink LisaSpeer January 25, 2019 15:47 Hi I have the new version and am not seeing these options in the layers menu. I have premium. Thanks for your help 0 Permalink Nathan November 09, 2018 22:44 @jasonferrierThanks for posting. Yes, the Trailbehind POI overlays in the classic iOS version of Gaia GPS were replaced by the new vector-based Gaia Topo map in the new app. Gaia Topo now includes built-in POI icons that you can tap for more information. 0 Permalink LisaSpeer January 24, 2019 23:01 How do you delete the built in POI icons? 0 Permalink Article is closed for comments.