The world’s favourite winter sports application. Designed specifically for winter sports, the award winning Ski Tracks is your worldwide, ultimate ski companion. Record your entire day on the slopes without the need for mobile data*. Compare your mountain experiences with your friends, from complete beginners to seasoned professionals, join the millions of people who have already downloaded Ski Tracks. As featured in: CBS - Independent - T3 - Telegraph - New York Times - Engadget - Snowboard Mountaineer - Slope Edge - Snow Vole Awards Battery efficient technology allows all day recording, no data or phone signal required for recording making Ski Tracks ideal for backcountry or where data roaming charges apply. • Apple Watch • Ski statistics in one place • Specifically designed ski analysis • Include photographs to keep memorable moments • Share in multiple formats • Free Ski Tracks online storage • Advanced mapping tools • Health Connection • 3D map support. *Where data charges apply, set Data Roaming / Mobile Data Off. For more information see iPhone/iOS user guide. GPS will not work accurately indoors. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
You just launch the app and at the end of the day it’s all there. You can see your routes through the trees or on the trails. Add to that: lifts ridden, vertical descended, top speed, miles skied and how many runs you took. Awesome!
I use Ski Tracks for skiing and fat biking. It would be good if there were a setting for hiking.
Great to track how far, fast you go and compare with friends to show how hard you go.
I believe this app may be contributing to a breed of skier trying to post a new high speed by the end of the day. I’ll confess that when I first used it, I puffed up my chest at cracking the speed of sound. I showed the app to a friend, he downloaded it, went out and came in boasting he had topped my speed! 56 mph on a blue trail! Then I noticed friends of mine posting speeds in excess of 60 MPH on trails populated by unpredictable snowboarders and beginner to intermediate skiers. Speed is thrilling! I love it! The new skis allow you to carve very high speed turns. We become dangerous controlled missles. High speed skiers defend themselves by saying they are in control. This past winter I turned the app off during a winter ski vacation. I tried to focus on going slower and enjoying the view. I got hit by a kamikaze not far from the base of Sterling at Deer Valley. 10 breaks in 7 ribs, pneumothorax, punctured lung, and a bit of internal bleeding. I’m old on a blood thinner. Surgery and 6 days in the Intermountain Trauma Center. Was it the apps fault? No but the topic of Max Speed bragging came up in discussions afterwards. My neighbors wife got taken out and their child almost killed by a straight line boarder. The app is great for seeing where you went and how much vertical or steepness. Food for thought! I’m lucky to be alive. There are some that are not.
Been using it forever, consistent updates and improvements
Skiing Telluride with 5 buddies 5 days same exact runs. Same phone service provider. All iPhones all set app to run until phone died. No phones died. None of the Data was even remotely close/similar Running time was correct all the other data was all over the place, made no sense, so it was cool to use but no way it was accurate. And like I said meh.
Can’t live without it
The app is not intuitive. First time I used it ... it didn’t record anything and the third time I accidentally deleted all my data from the day of skiing 😡
But I do have a suggestion for improvement. Could you add the ability for users to create their “ski quiver” and allow us to add a ski from it to our day? Kind of like Nike Run Club app allows you to select which shoe you wore on any particular run.
I often forget to switch off the app before leaving ski resort. So I end up with stats of driving in the car. I wish I could edit the runs to delete some part of the ski day, to get the clean data, without stats of me driving from the mountains