PoikenzI don't mind as long as they can semi-keep up and aren't a super beginner. As said above, finding people is actually really easy, (at least with my small hill experience) I've never had a problem finding people to ride with. And how do you know that this app will solve the "skill level problem" when everyone claims to be the best skier on the mountain?
Also don't name it lap buddy unless you are making it a tinder type thing.
i didn't say the app is 100% necessary or that i predict it will be an amazing success, just that it's a good idea and could be very helpful
yeah, ive met up with and ridden with strangers a ton, like i posted, and sometimes it's very easy. but it's a cool part of skiing that could be supplemented with the right app. and people will obv need to use the app correctly to have it work correctly.....
honestly what came to mind for me is when im riding with my gaper friends and occasionally id love to break off for a few runs and go get it with someone else who happens to be around and wants to send it. that guy doesnt need to be some exact, specific skill level, he just has to be proficient to some degree and want to get after it like i do