Sherpa is super useful when on the mountain it let's me know about what is going on on the slope. The downside to Sherpa is that it does drains my phone battery so it is hard to use it the entire day. Overall Sherpa is incredibly useful for on mountain intelligence and a must for the Copper Mt. ski and ride season!
Sherpa can be very helpful I like the trail info. It is easier to navigate Copper's website from Sherpa. I also like the US Ski Team audibles.
Not perfect yet but keeps getting better with each update. I have enjoyed listening to the lift and ski run audibles with headphones. Also like the status at the end of the day.
Solid App Works as advertised.
Good start, but not there yet I really want to like this app. The concept is great, and I was very excited to use it. Unfortunately, the poor design and layout really hurt it. The features I want are hard to find, and don't work as expected. The app should be dramatically simplified by removing all the clutter and getting a few key features right. I would much rather have a 2 or 3 great features than 10 poor ones.
Annoying audio. With all audibles off it still says annoying jokes and unable to record see ski patrol. Crashes a lot. The map is very inaccurate. Can't close without force stopping the app. These are well known issues that no one seems to want to fix. Let's get on this Copper Mountian.
New for Sherpa 3.4
- added enhanced season stats (see how many and what level of trails you have covered)
- added enhanced daily stats (favorite trail, fastest run, longest run)
- misc bug fixes