Slopes Skiing & Snowboarding App

Mar 1, 2018

Category: Tech

Great news for all you tech-obsessed skiers and snowboarders out there: Apple’s Series 3 Watch can now track your snowbound activities along with all the other neat stuff it can do. But, if you really want to make the most of the new GPS and altimeter tracking, you’ll probably want to download a dedicated app, like Slopes.

Using the available new metrics, this handy mountain-friendly activity tracker can keep a record of everything from the speed of your runs; to the time spent riding downhill, taking the lift back up, and resting; to your altitude gain and loss. It can even track your calories burned over the course of your trip. There’s even a social aspect of the app – you can share photos from your runs, connect with friends, and even compete against your friends’ stats. Best of all, this comprehensive skiing and snowboarding app is totally free.

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