We absolutely LOVE being able to support other amazing organizations in their efforts to get more ladies into outdoor adventure sports. Wilderwomen will be joining SheJumps on January 26, 2019 at Stevens Pass for the Get the Girls Out International Women’s Ski Day.
“Get the Girls Out is a national campaign to unite women as they support, challenge, mentor, and inspire each other in the outdoor sports world. This event cultivates community for women to have fun, connect with new and old friends, AND creates opportunity for women to share the love to ensure younger generations can continue to shred, storm mountains, and develop the life skills necessary to succeed on the mountains and in life! SheJumps.org is excited to bring this event to Stevens Pass again for an amazing day on the slopes.
Please join SheJumps as we Get the Girls Out at Stevens Pass Mountain Resort! On Saturday, January 26th we will be hitting the slopes at Stevens for a fun day in the PNW! All ages, all abilities are welcome. We’ll end the day with a raffle during apres. Grab your friends and be prepared to meet some new ones!” -SheJumps website
Event registration consists of a $10 donation that goes directly to SheJumps. The donation gets you a discounted lift ticket (~50% off), exact price to be posted soon, as well as a free goodie bag with a SheJumps sticker, CLIF bars, Treeline Coffee, Eco lips chapstick and more (while supplies last so arrive early for check in!).
Buy your tickets here.
8:30 – 9:00am – Registration (location TBD) and group photo! Tutus encouraged 🙂
9:30am – Break into groups for lessons, park sessions, or free skiing
12:00pm – Meet for lunch (location TBD)
1:00pm – Beacon/avalanche dog demo (location TBD)
3:00 – 4:00pm – Apres party ( location TBD) for a great raffle.
Contact: Yulia – firstname.lastname@example.org
Make sure to follow our Facebook event page; we will be coordinating car-pools and caravan spots there!
What to bring:
- Skis or snowboard: You can rent from Stevens Pass or from the Stevens Pass Snowboard Shop on your way to the mountain. Both options have packages that include boots and helmets, if needed
- Snow gear, including: Warm base layers, wool warm layers, waterproof pants and jacket, waterproof gloves, and goggles.
- Accessories: It’s always helpful to have a backpack to store things like a water bottle, chapstick, wallet, phone, keys, etc.
- After clothes (optional): Have a fresh set of socks, sweats, and shoes to you can relax after a satisfying day on the slopes!
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