Perisher is your unique and comprehensive guide to Perisher, all at your fingertips.
• See which runs are groomed and which closed. Locate yourself on the Perisher trail map — not a hard-to-read GPS map.†
• Share your location on the mountain with friends, and see your friends' locations on the trail map.†
• Record your runs and log vertical metres and distance. If you have an Apple Watch, record your runs as a workout and see your workout in the Health app. Display your tracks and replay your runs on the trail map. Email images to friends, post them to Facebook and other social media, or view them in Google Earth. Send your logs to a leaderboard and compare vertical and distance with others at the resort.†
• Find up-to-date information about the mountain, including snow conditions, weather, and snowcam images.
• Get up-to-the-minute lift status information.
• Quickly find information about lessons and other programs and amenities.
• Easily locate and contact key places at the resort with the built in directory.
• Learn about events from the events calendar.
• Get the latest news from Perisher via the resort's Twitter feed and Facebook posts.
† Location and Logging services require a GPS-equipped device. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
• Updated information about conditions.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Good for what you need.
As with any App. There are pros and cons. But let’s face it. This is not claiming to be an App that your life depends on. It has all the stats that I need so at the end of the day after a cold beer or rum I can check out what I did. The photos on that jump are awesome and more of that stuff would create a better user experience and interaction. Weather could be a bit more detailed and less promotional. Overall tho. I spend my time snowboarding and having fun. The app simply makes my experience more fun and if you don’t rely on an app as an influencer of your satisfaction level then it’s well worth it.
Good, not great
Where do I start? It works.
It could be more user friendly but that would take a redesign.
The GPS tracking function is not reliable. Maybe buy a license to use the Ski Tracker app.
The quality of the content is flaky. Especially in terms of accurately reporting the current conditions, to the point that I would describe some of what I have experienced as "deceptive and misleading".
I see signs all over the mountain about safety, but nothing tells me how to contact the Ski Patrol in the event of an accident other than to report it to staff, presumably at a lift. Will "000" accept a call for help from Outer Limits? Is there an easy to remember number to call for on-mountain help? How about a "HELP" button on the apps front screen that reports current GPS position and a help request to Mountain Operations or Ski Patrol to speed up response time to accidents, especially on more remote trails or off-piste.
Professionally made app
On the app you have everything. You have lifts you have the ski tube time table you have snow cams conditions you have the emergency call line on it it is the one stop shop for Perisher and it’s free so why wouldn’t you
- Resorts Tapped LLC
- 21.3 MB
Requires iOS 11.0 and watchOS 4.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco or Drug Use or References
- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
- © 2010-20 Resorts Tapped LLC
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.