Apple Design Award-winning ski and ride tracking app Slopes launches today with a big update with interactive maps available for over 200 resorts worldwide. It provides real-time tracking of where you and your friends are, with climbs and runs overlaid on the screen, and you can see exactly where you've been.
Last year, Slopes introduced a privacy-focused location sharing feature that makes it easy to track friends or family in the mountains. Now the app makes navigating resorts easier than ever with interactive ski maps.
Developer Curtis Herbert and his team have created an impressive map from the ground up for high accuracy with a new interactive interface available at 200 resorts. .
More than 100 resorts have Slopes in North America—every major resort you can count on, as well as mid-sized resorts.
This feature is also available in the European Alps: Les 3 Vallées, Tignes-Val d'Isère, Paradiski, Les 2 Alpes, Les Portes du Soleil, Zermatt, Davos, Laax-Flims, Verbier, St. Moritz, Ischgl and the famous Dolomites-Superski region.
And in Japan, Slopes users can take advantage of a new opportunity at Niseko United, all 10 mountain resorts in the Hakuba Valley and Nozawa Onsen.
If your home resort isn't included in this release, please be patient as Slopes is working to include more over time.
Slopes is a free download from the App Store (also for Android) with no ads and unlimited tracking, basic stats/summaries, snowing, season/lifetime reviews, finding friends in the mountains, and support for Siri and HealthKit.
Available with a $29.99/year subscription, Slopes Premium unlocks “ statistics for every run and details of your performance, including real-time recording on interactive route maps, 3D & AR replays on iOS, fitness analytics when recorded with Apple Watch, Garmin or Health Connect on Android, and more.”