A JSON API is available upon approval to integrate Trailforks data into your application or website. This access is available upon request but not guaranteed. Please fully explain the benefits your project will bring to Trailforks and its community in your request.
We can also provide RSS feeds for most content updates and we provide a number of
API is under development, more methods to come and additional functions for POST & PUT.
For details on what various metadata ids mean reference this page.
A valid "app_id" & "app_secret" is required to access the API. All requests to the API are logged.contact us for API access
Access is not guaranteed or usually granted to students and individuals for personal projects and websites.
POST MethodsToo make authenticated POST calls, you need to include the following params (timestamp, token_public, hash). You must first login via the API and get valid user private & public tokens.
- timestamp = a unix timestamp
- hash = SHA1(timestamp+token_private)
We have OAuth2 setup allowing 3rd party app users to login to their Trailforks account and authorize the app to access their Trailforks data.
You must login to view the API documentation. All API requests are logged.