Whether you're at a local hill or you're deep in the Alps, Slopes gives you all the details you crave about your favorite days skiing or snowboarding. Track speed, vertical, distance, lift vs trail time, and more, all while going easy on your phone's battery. Then claim your bragging rights with awesome ways to share your day, including customizable images for social media and replays on 3D virtual mountains.
• Runs and lifts are automatically detected as you ride
• Battery friendly - ride hard and record all day
• Recording works deep in the backcountry without an internet connection
• Live stats on your phone and your Apple Watch
• Hands-free control with Siri on your iPhone and Watch
The Best Recaps
• Unique timeline view of your day with interactive map
• Stat breakdowns for each run and lift you took
• Replay your runs in 3D with speed heat maps
• Track your season totals and lifetime vertical
• Seamless integration with your photo library to auto-display photos from your trips
• Integrates with Apple's Health app to report workouts and calories burned
Show Off Your Activities
• Show off by sharing your day's stats on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram using customizable images
• Export your day's activities to Google Earth and other apps back on your computer
• Automatically sync your activities to Strava, where they've customized their activity feed for Slopes uploads to highlight vertical and other stats we care about.
Import Old Activities
• Import past activities from GPX files, KMZ files, or other tracker apps
• Use iTunes File Sharing to bring in multiple activities all at once
Upgrade to Slopes Premium and know everything about your days:
• Unlimited run and lift stat breakdowns
• Premium winter, terrain, and satellite maps on the run and lift breakdowns
• See your photos on the map of your day
• Live run-by-run breakdown of stats while recording
• Relive your runs on a virtual 3D mountain
• Automatic lift naming at supported resorts (over 250 world-wide and counting, more every week!)
• Individual recording unlocks and an Annual Pass subscription options available to be as flexible as possible depending on how often you go.
If you purchase an Annual Pass or a Household Pass payment will be charged to your iTunes account. Your subscription will automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current subscription period. Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current subscription period. Automatic renewals will cost the same price you were originally charged for the subscription. You can turn off auto-renewal at any time by going to your Account Settings on the App Store after purchase.
Terms of Service: https://getslopes.com/terms.html
Note: GPS is required so iPads and iPods will not be able to record with Slopes. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. Other factors such as the phone's temperature, battery health, and other apps running in the background can also affect battery performance. All-day battery life was tested on an iPhone 5.
This update has been in the works since before Christmas. I brought the history screen kicking and screaming from its 2013 design into 2019. It's been totally redesigned from the ground up! But this isn't just a fresh coat of paint: the redesign allowed me to add in some popular feature requests.
- Now shows photos from your Photo Library, if you've opted into that, along with the key photo you manually attached.
- "X runs in the morning" has been replaced with a visual representation of how long you recorded (one dot per hour).
- The activity type (skiing vs snowboarding) is now displayed as part of each activity.
- Trips: you can now group activities together.
- This will visually highlight activities as a related group.
- Trips show cumulative stats for all activities in it, right in the timeline.
- To create a trip, hit the "+" button on the history tab.
- After creating a trip, it will automatically add future recordings to it as appropriate (within 50 miles and no more than 3 days after the most recent activity in the trip). So start a trip in Slopes after you save your first day on a new trip, and Slopes will take care of the rest automatically!
- A details screen for trips and season: more stats than ever before.
- See totals for all the related activities, and also the records like top speed, longest run, etc.
- Tap either the season or trip stat row within the timeline to dig in.
- Manually entered activities.
- If you forgot to record you can now add an activity manually via the history screen.
- You won't get any stats since there is no GPS data associated with it, but you can still add notes, favorite it, and see photos for the activity.
- To create an activity, hit the "+" button on the history tab.
- Added a reminder after joining a family to cancel auto-renew on your individual Annual Pass if you had one. (Did you join a family? Make sure you canceled your individual Annual Pass! Apple doesn't give me a way to cancel those automatically for you.)
- Added the ability to sign up for the Slopes Newsletter on the More tab (they got a preview of this design last week!).
- Fixed a case where lift names might not show up when they should.
- Fixed calorie count under "How'd You Do?" being lower than it should when the activity had been merged with another one. For real this time!
- Fixed a case where v1 users weren't getting the unlocks they should (might have to do a restore purchases after installing the update if it doesn't automatically fix itself).
- Fixed a few other crashers (for those curious after the release notes two versions ago, I've gone from 99.5% crash free to 99.76% ;) ).
By the way: Slopes just crossed 10,000 ratings in the US App Store this weekend. Thanks for all the support, it means a ton!
Ratings and Reviews
This app is god!
Just took this for a full day of sending with some friends and I really like this app. The speed tracker is wicked and I was super hyped when i broke 50mph. The mapping is also amazing, you can see each of the runs you did and the lifts you used. I was also amazing at just how far and high we skied. You would think that the gps recording and speed tracking takes a toll on your battery. It turns out it didn’t really at all! The app uses the gps and speed stats from the Apple health trackers and it’s relatively energy efficient. I started at 89% and on low power mode, with a bit of snap chatting and phone calling my phone dropped to only 56%. All in all I highly recommend this app. It’s made by one rad guy who wants to improve our days, which he definitely has. Also, everything I talked about is completely freeeee! So download this app and enjoy your adventure on the mountain.
Stop looking another tracking app and get Slopes
TL;DR get Slopes if you are interested in any sort of ski/snowboard tracking
This is the only ski/snowboard tracking app you will need. Once you download and try it you will be hooked.
We used to only be able to know who got to the bottom of the run fastest, and just try our hardest to remember how many runs we did, did we ride Montezuma 3 or 4 times before lunch, I lost count.
Not any more! Every stat you can think of is tracked, lift time and line time, actual riding time, speed, distance, altitude, runs, heart rate (with Apple Watch), gps map of your runs, 3D map of your runs, and some many others. Now you can see exactly how many runs you did and who is getting to a higher speed during the run! I was able to pinpoint exactly how fast I was riding when I crashed and dislocated my shoulder (39mph), but don’t tell my wife.
On top of the already awesome app, it keeps getting regular updates! I thought to myself, it would be great if the Apple Watch app tracked heart rate, not a month later it was added. Then I though it would be cool if you could see a graph of this, again a month later that feature was added. I don’t have any more ideas but I’m sure something else I love is coming.
Best ski tracker, no comparison
Works flawlessly. So easy to use, if you go to a new mountain it knows where you are immediately. The data feels very accurate. It’s always within a few hundred feet of epic mix and while I have no way of verifying this I believe slopes to be more accurate. Running slopes all day in addition to music does not significantly affect my battery life. The 3D replay is awesome. It’s cool to see where you were in the trees or off piste when it’s not always obvious. I don’t think the calories burned is accurate as I’ve gotten similar numbers if I’m on bumps vs groomers but this should be fixed with the new update if you use it with Apple Watch and hr. My only wish at this point would be for some sort of leaderboard. Either way this is the best ski tracker app there is.
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- 87.6 MB
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
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- In-App Purchases
- Single Pass $1.99
- Annual Pass $19.99
- 5 Pass Bundle Pack $7.99
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