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Posted: Jan 07, 2012 - 12:20 AM GMT

Thanks to Chris who told me about this.

I have a Droid, and I'm still amazed at what apps are out there. I'll probably way behind the curve when it comes to cell phones as I was too cheap to upgrade but finally did.

Anyways, Alpine Replay is a ski app that tracks every run you do...from its length, vertical, what lift you rode to do it, max speed, average speed, downhill time, etc, etc. It can then plot it up on an aerial image, so you can see where you went. There is a final tally for each day where you can see how muchyou did. Then you can go onto alpinereplay.com and reply each of your runs! It even gets practically ever turn you make!

For example, check out Jiminy Visit , which is from yesterday. I only turned it on halfway during my visit so its not the whole thing.

I found the vertical of each run to be very close to actual, within 20' or so. The length of each run is spot on. I was always curious to see how fast I was going, only hit 35mph yesterday, but looks like an average speed of about 20mph most of the time. I'm sure a lot of you are much faster.

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Posted: Jan 07, 2012 - 8:46 PM GMT

Damn. I feel so out-of-date. I think I'll crawl into a hole now and die.
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Posted: Jan 07, 2012 - 10:07 PM GMT

Are all the blue lines where you skied? If so they seem to have a lot open.
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Posted: Jan 07, 2012 - 10:21 PM GMT

Yup! And yes, they were about 70% open. Only Jericho, Wild Turkey, Bear Crossing, and a few other shorter trails weren't open.

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Posted: Jan 07, 2012 - 11:56 PM GMT
Edited: Jan 07, 2012 - 11:57 PM GMT

I just looked and they also offer AlpineReplay Ski & Snowboard for the iPhone. It requires iOS 4.2. Gotta update my phone first .

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