OnTheSnow Ski & Snow Report
by: SkiReport.com • 22.8K
From the world's most popular skiing magazine, the OnTheSnow Ski and Snow Report app brings you stats, maps, and conditions at over 2,000 ski resorts from around the world. You'll know current conditions, first hand reports, view live webcams, and even get photos from the slopes. The app also delivers you discounts on stays and equipment, as well as breaking news in the industry.
With around the world coverage and live reports from the slopes, this app gives you just about everything you need for skiing.
Can't sort by resorts closest to you and there is no consistency with measurements (meters vs. feet/inches)/
by Manu , Appszoom
Feb 24, 2015
OnTheSnow, the worldwide leader for snow reports and ski conditions, brings you the world's most downloaded skiing and snowboarding application, the Ski & Snow Report app. This Ski & Snow Report app delivers daily snow reports and current conditions from the slopes of more than 2,000 ski areas globally. Compare snow reports for your favorites ski resorts, view and upload firsthand reports and photos, and check out the webcams and weather forecast for ski resorts you’re planning to visit. Set a powder alert to a custom tolerance to receive a notification when your favorite resorts get that amount of new snow.
-- My Resorts screen that stores, tracks and compares all your favorites ski resorts
-- Access to snow reports from more than 2,000 mountains, including Breckenridge, Keystone, Killington, Copper, Vail, Winter Park, Big Sky, Arapahoe Basin, Whistler Blackcomb, Mammoth and more
-- Weather forecast for each ski resort
-- Live webcams
-- Powder alerts when your favorite resorts receive new snow
-- Regional weather forecasts from Meteorologist Chris Tomer delivered to the app Inbox weekly with updates on which mountains will get the best snow for the weekend
-- Firsthand ski reports and photos from fellow skiers on the slopes right now
-- Powder Finder with new snowfall from nearby resorts
-- Mountain overview with stats and snow history graph
-- Nearby ski areas located via GPS
-- Trail maps
Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.