Sherpa Copper Mountain

Sherpa Copper Mountain


New for Sherpa 2.5
While in Sherpa mode, the Sherpa app will now track:
- each individual trail you ride
- the number of runs completed
- vertical feet and distance covered
- average speed and top speed
- total time making runs down the mountain

And more.

You’ll get a completed catalog of your day on the mountain to review and share.

New for Sherpa 2.0
- Now leave your own audibles wherever you are on the mountain for others to hear.
- Create your own profile for sharing and so others can follow you.
- Follow friends, mountain staff, featured riders and more.
- Create audibles using voice or text.
- Search for others to follow.

Ride and discover Copper Mountain like you never have before. Sherpa is the industry’s first hands-free, audio mountain guide that tells you what you want to know, about where you are on the mountain, through your headphones.

Sherpa is an entirely new kind of app. Turn it on, plug in an earbud and then put your phone away. As you move about Copper Mountain, Sherpa will chime and tell you about things to know, views to see, runs to try and much more.

NOTE: HEADPHONES ARE RECOMMENDED

• Sherpa is designed to give you specific information about every run and lift on the mountain. Where they lead and what to expect before you commit.

• Sherpa will tell you what the ski patrol, mountain staff and locals know. Things like which side of the run has bumps and which side is groomed. Where the fresh snow can be found days after a storm and why a certain spot is a perfect place to take a photo.

• Call Ski Patrol. If, for whatever reason, you need some assistance, Sherpa’s Call Ski Patrol button will connect you to those who can help. One touch will call the ski patrol directly, and provide them with the coordinates of your current location, so they know exactly where to find you.

• Check Sherpa frequently as new feature and updates will be coming throughout the season. Everything from scavenger hunts, chances to win prizes, celebrity tours and more.

Recent changes:
While in Sherpa mode, the Sherpa app will now track:
- each individual trail you ride
- the number of runs completed
- vertical feet and distance covered
- average speed and top speed
- total time making runs down the mountain

And more.

You’ll get a completed catalog of your day on the mountain to review and share.ow.
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2.5
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1,000+
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File size
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About Sherpa Copper Mountain
New for Sherpa 2.5
While in Sherpa mode, the Sherpa app will now track:
- each individual trail you ride
- the number of runs completed
- vertical feet and distance covered
- average speed and top speed
- total time making runs down the mountain

And more.

You’ll get a completed catalog of your day on the mountain to review and share.

New for Sherpa 2.0
- Now leave your own audibles wherever you are on the mountain for others to hear.
- Create your own profile for sharing and so others can follow you.
- Follow friends, mountain staff, featured riders and more.
- Create audibles using voice or text.
- Search for others to follow.

Ride and discover Copper Mountain like you never have before. Sherpa is the industry’s first hands-free, audio mountain guide that tells you what you want to know, about where you are on the mountain, through your headphones.

Sherpa is an entirely new kind of app. Turn it on, plug in an earbud and then put your phone away. As you move about Copper Mountain, Sherpa will chime and tell you about things to know, views to see, runs to try and much more.

NOTE: HEADPHONES ARE RECOMMENDED

• Sherpa is designed to give you specific information about every run and lift on the mountain. Where they lead and what to expect before you commit.

• Sherpa will tell you what the ski patrol, mountain staff and locals know. Things like which side of the run has bumps and which side is groomed. Where the fresh snow can be found days after a storm and why a certain spot is a perfect place to take a photo.

• Call Ski Patrol. If, for whatever reason, you need some assistance, Sherpa’s Call Ski Patrol button will connect you to those who can help. One touch will call the ski patrol directly, and provide them with the coordinates of your current location, so they know exactly where to find you.

• Check Sherpa frequently as new feature and updates will be coming throughout the season. Everything from scavenger hunts, chances to win prizes, celebrity tours and more.

Recent changes:
While in Sherpa mode, the Sherpa app will now track:
- each individual trail you ride
- the number of runs completed
- vertical feet and distance covered
- average speed and top speed
- total time making runs down the mountain

And more.

You’ll get a completed catalog of your day on the mountain to review and share.ow.

User reviews of Sherpa Copper Mountain
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A Google User
Jan 13, 2015
Finished but not great 2013: Most functions just open web pages on Copper's website. Trail maps are blurry. 2014: App is better. Most functions still open web pages on Copper's web-site. Trail maps aren't blurry but using them are extremely slow when panning or zooming around. Haven't tried the Sherpa function yet. I'm still giving this a 2. Maybe if Sherpa is amazing when I try it I'll give it a 3. 2015: Changing my review to a 3. I tried Sherpa mode and it worked well. It got annoying after a while because I've been skiing at Copper for a long time, but I learned some stuff. Not sure if I will ever use it again, but I think it will be good for people who are newer to Copper.
A Google User
Jan 13, 2015
Sherpa Profile Quick response from the developers resolved my login issues. Will update review after trying it out on the Mountain!
A Google User
Dec 25, 2014
Snowboarder New technology on copper! I love it!
A Google User
Nov 21, 2014
Not worth it Mostly a collection of website links. Annoying notifications to share. Constantly force closes (2013 Moto X running KitKat).
A Google User
Nov 21, 2014
Getting better