Sherpa Copper Mountain

Sherpa Copper Mountain


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:
Summer Season updates:
- videos
- summer trail map
- new markers for hiking, biking, golf & disc golf and more

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42
2.1
User ratings
25
Installs
1,000+
Concerns
2
File size
11572 kb
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About Sherpa Copper Mountain
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:
Summer Season updates:
- videos
- summer trail map
- new markers for hiking, biking, golf & disc golf and more

Push Notifications

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A Google User
Mar 16, 2014
Not at all useful When I touch the llama the app crashes. Trying to load the trail maps the app crashes. Deleting off my S4. Not a fan of Vail resorts, but their Epic Mix app is pretty sweet. Just sayin.
A Google User
Feb 24, 2014
Locked up camera and killed my battery My camera no longer launched after installing Sherpa. Cute idea. Rough implementation. Also, I was expecting much more in the way of on mountain stats (vert skied, etc) and not just little tidbits of mountain trivia.
A Google User
Feb 24, 2014
0 I though people were harsh but this is a bad app. Persistant notification, no way to remove it unless you uninstall the application. As bad as AllSnow.
A Google User
Feb 22, 2014
Just a sign-up Nothing but the webpages already found on-line and blurry maps. Looking forward to the real app. ,
A Google User
Feb 18, 2014
Fun but could be better A fun app to run every now and then. I've been a copper skier for over 15 years and this little app taught me a few interesting things. The voice used could be significantly improved. Play some tunes and run this in the background for a little added flavor.