it might be a nice idea, might be an early stage, but if so, then why to force potential users for all the enormous effort to use the app? Not only you cannot see even what the application actually does without singing up (and description is generic the least), but then sign up page is dramatically long, super slow, buggy, and you require a bunch of information I do not want to provide. Especially to a random application that shouts at you that its buggy and authors prob have no clue about data privacy. Then instead of simple points on whats is important in regulations you throw unreadable hundreds of lines, and I still don't know what happens to my data for example. Maybe slow down, focus on the core features, try to get as many users and feedback possible, without scaring most of them within first 2min. Then you'll move on to complicated stuff like collecting user data, ads etc. Especially your app doesn't make sense without a community. In current form, just a waste of time. Also search sucks, I tried several phrases in region or mountain range, nothing worked, even if mountains are there, defined.
To start with, I do not like to have to login to just SEE what information is there about a route. And that after having gone through several search steps, which is annoying. So that is where I quit. Then there is just very sparse information there. Bernese Alps: zero. Grivola: not there. Well, I understand that takes time. But besides the possible convenience of an app, and the 'social' aspect, it is better to resort to the well know sites with information that has been built up by volunteers during many YEARS. Technically it looks alright, at first glance