Track your Season at SkiLogs.com

For years, my husband has kept a small calendar in his closet where he marks each day he skis and which of them are powder days. From this, he keeps a running tally of his powder percentage each season. I’m not sure whether he’ll ever abandon the old, simple system, but I recently came across a new website that might propel him into the 21st century. SkiLogs.com lets you keep an online journal of your ski days including the date you skied, the conditions, the weather and the lifts you rode. You can also upload photos from the day, track the exact time that you skied, and note the wind speed and direction. The site also has a vertical calculator for Squaw Valley; enter the lifts you skied and the number of laps on each and it calculates your vertical for the day.
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  • Wow, thanks for finding my site!

    Skilogs.com is a great way to keep track of everything you do on snow. Once you’ve entered a bunch of ski days you can also print all kinds of reports. You can sort your days by resort, fresh powder, laps, vert, etc… and get crazy with your ski stats.

    I also just added vert calculators for a bunch of new resorts. Check out the site and send me an email to add your resort to the list!!

    Thanks again,

    Ed
    ed@skilogs.com