Now See Your Ski Lanes in 3D with Slopes and Strava

We live in a sharing and tracking world. You can track everything and then you can share it for friends, family, and even enemies to see. Now you can add your ski lanes to that list of trackable and sharable. Slopes is a downloadable app that uses Strava to display your runs. The great thing about Slopes is that it is hassle free. With other apps, you have to start, stop, and restart your tracking. With Slopes, you hit record once and then Slopes automatically detects lifts and runs—no more pulling gloves off to dig for your phone and press record. Just set it once and forget about it. And you don’t have to worry about being in range of a cell tower. As long as you can see the sky, you’ll be able to track your run. Finally, Slopes is easy on your battery, so you’ll be able to ski all day without worrying about recharging.

Once you’re done on the slopes, you can then share customizable images on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and more. Slopes will automatically post on Strava for you as well. You can share different layouts, stats, maps, and even photos. Or, don’t wait until you’re done. Use Slopes live stats to see how you’re doing with the Apple Watch app or the Today Widget on your phone. Slopes will also track your fitness levels, import old data, let you take notes on different runs, detect wipeouts, and export your runs to KMZ and GPX.

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