Perisher is your unique and comprehensive guide to Perisher, all at your fingertips.
• See which runs are groomed and which closed. Locate yourself on the Perisher trail map — not a hard-to-read GPS map.†
• Use Glympse to share your location or see your friends' locations on the trail map.†
• Record your runs and log vertical metres and distance. Display your tracks and replay your runs on the trail map. Email images to friends, post them to Facebook and other social media, or view them in Google Earth. Send your logs to a leaderboard and compare vertical and distance with others at the resort.†
• Find up-to-date information about the mountain, including snow conditions, weather, and snowcam images.
• Get up-to-the-minute lift status information.
• Quickly find information about lessons and other programs and amenities.
• Easily locate and contact key places at the resort with the built in directory.
• Learn about events from the events calendar.
• Get the latest news from Perisher via the resort's Twitter feed and Facebook posts.
† Location and Logging services require a GPS-equipped device. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
• Corrects a potential problem sending email.
Ratings and Reviews
Good, not great
Where do I start? It works.
It could be more user friendly but that would take a redesign.
The GPS tracking function is not reliable. Maybe buy a license to use the Ski Tracker app.
The quality of the content is flaky. Especially in terms of accurately reporting the current conditions, to the point that I would describe some of what I have experienced as "deceptive and misleading".
I see signs all over the mountain about safety, but nothing tells me how to contact the Ski Patrol in the event of an accident other than to report it to staff, presumably at a lift. Will "000" accept a call for help from Outer Limits? Is there an easy to remember number to call for on-mountain help? How about a "HELP" button on the apps front screen that reports current GPS position and a help request to Mountain Operations or Ski Patrol to speed up response time to accidents, especially on more remote trails or off-piste.
Great App in principal but it appears that now every time you go to the dashboard it kicks out to the browser and you have to log in. The dashboard is a great tool but has become painful with the changes from last year.
A year on and nothing has changed, the fact you have to type in full email and password each time to access dashboard is painful while on the mountain. How about spending some of the money why we pay on bettering this what good great app.
When there's bad news to deliver- i.e lifts on wind-hold - the whole thing goes into radio silence and can be hours without updating lift statuses.
It's also annoying how often you're required to log in to see your specific details.
It would be good to see more realistic condition reports rather than glossing over the negatives in overly positive terms.
Two suggestions- if there was a way to report incidents that occur on the mountain via the app that would be great.
Also- ways to load/share your own pics. Is the app would be helpful- I've skied 21 days this year and only seen 1 Perisher photog.
- Resorts Tapped LLC
- 32.9 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco or Drug Use or References
- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
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