That odd. I've never had an issue if I start the day with a full battery. And it doesn't require WiFi or cellular to track your runs, so you can always put it in airplane mode and turn off wifi to further conserve battery. I also usually have a tiny power pack in my pack that can charge the phone twice-ish.tseeb":19tigd0b said:This question was also asked and subject discussed in the 1st reply to post at viewtopic.php?f=3&t=14161" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; SkiTracks is too hard on my iPhone battery to make it through the day, especially at areas with spotty cell coverage and if I'm listening to music, texting and taking pictures.
One more reason it's better to use a watch than a phone.tseeb":1kk0557r said:Airplane mode doesn't work for me while skiing as I usually want to be able to receive calls...
I'm surprised at that, given my record 50,480 at Bachelor in 2012: http://bestsnow.net/TRsFTO/20120407Bachelor.htmltseeb":1kk0557r said:My highest lifetime is 45K+ at Bachelor. See viewtopic.php?f=3&t=11724
What makes these mountains more conducive than others? Not too many flat areas?Tony Crocker":i2p12bb3 said:In my experience I consider Mt. Bachelor second only to Sun Valley for a layout most conducive to racking up vertical.
I looked up and read about this guy. What an amazing character.Tony Crocker":i2p12bb3 said:On April 27, 2015 I skied a few runs with Bob Seto: http://www.firsttracksonline.com/boards ... hp?t=11811" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
Bob is atop the lifetime EpicMix leaderboard: https://www.epicmix.com/Leaderboard.aspx" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
Bob also was the leader for 5 consecutive seasons 2015-2019. He has a few days over 100K, all at Keystone which has a 12-hour ski day with night skiing. Bob Seto record highs by resort:
High speed lifts with lots of vertical plus continuous and easily accessible fall lines. You don't want flat but you also don't want much technical terrain requiring you to pause to map out your line. And minimize traverses, runouts and hike-to terrain. Just think the opposite of Alta. :stir:sierra_cement":c74fhvxa said:What makes these mountains more conducive than others? Not too many flat areas?