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Go Intel: Travel Apps for Skiers

Go Intel: Travel Apps for Skiers
C'Mon Get Appy
Some apps make travel easier; others make it more fun. These do both.

App: Packing Pro
For: iPhone, iPad
Why: The only thing worse than spending  $200 on a pair of ugly snowpants because you left yours at home is arriving at the airport without your passport. Snuff these possibilities by creating a packing list with the Packing Pro app. Customizable lists based on destination, activity, travel buddies, and any other specifics you add will keep track of what’s in your bag and what’s not.

[ Tue, 2010-02-09 16:06 ]
iPhone Cowbell
New iPhone app lets you clang away while watching your favorite Winter Olympic event

Here at the SKI Magazine offices, we actually have a shelf lined with cowbells picked up from ski-race venues—and a few unsavory bars—around the world.

What Now: iSkier

What Now: iSkier

Smartphones are becoming as critical a component of a ski day as snow. Resorts are responding, working to stay continually connected to customers on the hill—and at home.

The small screen is revolutionizing the way skiers chase snow, ride lifts and even share their adventures. But is this something to tweet about?

Standing on a high peak in the Wasatch Range, Thomas Cooke wondered if the snow conditions had changed since he embarked on a daylong backcountry ski tour. Obtaining this information, miles from civilization, would have been difficult—if not impossible—just a few years ago. No longer.

Cooke pulled out his iPhone, went online and checked the latest advisory from the Utah Avalanche Center. “It’s nice to get snow safety updates and check the weather forecast without sitting at your computer,” says the Salt Lake City, Utah, digital development executive.

Sierra-at-Tahoe Outlines 2008/2009 Season Improvements

Highlights Include Innovative Technology, New Green Initiatives, Affordable Value Options

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. – Start thinking winter because target=_blank>Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort is gearing up for what the Farmer’s Almanac is predicting will be an above average snow year. With an annual average of 480 inches of snow, an above average year means plenty of powder days to come. Here’s what else is coming at Sierra Resort this winter.

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