Big Sky Resort Introduces New Ski App1/02/12
BIG SKY, Mont. — Big Sky resort is excited to unveil Big Sky Replay, a smart phone app that lets you track days, runs, and vertical feet skied at Big Sky Resort, as well as stats like speed, calories burned and air time. Users can view their ski progress on a map of Lone Peak, as well as share and compare stats with friends. The free application is now available for download on iPhone and Android.
“Alpine Replay takes your ski experience to the next level,” said Big Sky Sales and Marketing Director Meg O’Leary. “It adds another dimension to your skiing, and it’s great to be able to share with your friends the time you’ve put in on the mountain.”
In addition to tracking ski day stats, skiers and riders can also earn medals for completing exceptional feats on the mountain. Skier and riders can earn medals for skiing 10 runs, 30 runs, or 65 runs in one day at Big Sky, as well as skiing 50,000 vertical feet in one day. Over the season, skiers and riders can earn medals for skiing 125,000, 500,000, and 1.5 million vertical feet.
The Tram Star medal is earned by those who drop more than 3,000 vertical feet in one run at Big Sky Resort, and the Teton Peeper can be earned by riding to the top of Lone Peak via the Lone Peak Tram. To earn status as the Big Sky Resort CFO (Chief Freeriding Officer), skiers and riders need to log at least100 days in a season at Big Sky Resort.
“Being able to track your ski stats really highlights just how much skiing you can get in when you’re not waiting in a lift line all day. It’s so fun to follow your progress on the mountain, and when you look at your stats it will start making sense why your thighs are burning!” said O’Leary.
Download Big Sky Replay on your smartphone and start logging your ski days today.
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