Slopes is able to import recordings from other ski and snowboard apps like Ski Tracks. So even if you didn't know about Slopes at the time, it is never too late.
Don't worry, the days you import from Ski Tracks get all of features that makes Slopes great. So you won't miss out on the in-depth stat breakdowns, competing with your friends on the seasonal leaderboards, the detailed timeline view, or anything else.
Import your activities from Ski Tracks to Slopes and have all your epic winters in one place!
You'll need to repeat this process for every day you want to move to Slopes. Sadly there is no bulk-export option with Ski Tracks. But don't worry, it is super easy!
In Ski Tracks, go to the day you'd like to export and find the share button at the bottom. Then, select the export as SKIZ option.
What you do next depends on if you're on iOS or Android...
When you hit the export option you'll see the share sheet pop up.
In the second row of the share sheet you'll see a list of apps. If you see Slopes there just tap Slopes to start the import. If you don't, you'll have to hit the (...) more button at the end of the row to show Slopes, then tap Slopes.
And that's it! Slopes will read and import the day pretty quickly. Now rinse and repeat for any other days you'd like to migrate.
Save the file Ski Tracks gives you after hitting export somewhere you'll remember. Rinse and repeat that export process for all the days you'd like to migrate.
Now open Slopes, head to the Logbook, and hit the + in the top right to start the import. Head to where you saved the files. Pick the file from Ski Tracks that you would like to import (you can also long-press to select and import multiple files at the same time).
And that's it! Slopes will read and import the days pretty quickly.