The snow is falling on the slopes and it’s time to whip out the weather apps, ski trackers, snow games and action cameras. In an avelanche of apps, which are the best? We’ve been doing a bit of research so you don’t get snowed under. In no particualr order, here are 10 of the top apps to snap, map, and track your snow prints this season.
1. Trace Snow Ski Snowboard
Premiere ski and snowboard tracking app that allows you to track your day on the mountain by measuring speed, airtime, distance, vertical, and calories. Get a basic set of stats on the slopes or log in to see your progress over the season and replay runs in 3D.
2. Red Bull TV
Live global event series and an extensive selection of sports, music and lifestyle entertainment. Behind the scenes with extraordinary people and stories.
3. Ski On Neon
A highly addictive game.
FIS (International Ski Federation) app, everything about the alpine skiing, ski jumping, nordic combined, cross-country, freestyle skiing, snowboard, telemark, speed skiing, masters and grass skiing. All results and calendar for all level from the FIS races to the Worldcup races.
5. Ski Tracks
GPS track recorder, just press the START button and put your phone in your pocket to record your day.
6. Ski & Snow Report
Current conditions with snow reports at more than 2,000 ski areas around the world, plus first-hand ski reports from users.
7. Powder – Alpine Simulator
An bottomless mountain of new snow; retro inspired, minimalist skiing simulator.
GoPro’s camera app, also allows you to access photos on the go without a memory card.
9. Fatmap Ski
Plan, record and share ski adventures with the most detailed 3D ski maps ever made.