Best friends. Bucket list. Favorite author. Staying warm. Boot fit. Steeps. Bumps. Trees. Fear. Rockers. Helmets. Exercise. Local foods. Flexion. Extension. Mittens. Favorite actor. Best après ski beverage.
These are just some of the topics tossed around on the chairlift at Stratton's Women on snoW (WOW) ski camps. And not necessarily in that order.
There's something to be said for taking a couple of days to ski and play on the mountain with a group of women who have your back. Whether your goal is to ski better, laugh a lot, learn, relax, or get-a-way, a WOW Camp is the place to be.
Camp begins Sunday night with hors d'oeuvres, introductions, a presentation by our guest coach, and goal setting. On day one, we stretch, ski, learn about boot fit, demo skis, and ski some more. After the lifts close, you can wind down at the gym, in the spa, shopping, dining, snowshoeing or just plain chillin'. Day two starts with another stretch, a day filled with skiing, and ends with yoga-for-skiers-and-riders by the fireplace in the Living Room.
You are guaranteed to leave camp, happy, tired, refreshed, inspired, a better skier, with new friends, and ready to come back for more. So, if you can break free this Sunday through Tuesday, March 10-12, join us for our third WOW camp this season. Visit www.stratton.com/women for details and info on how to register.
This is a guest post by Jo Kirsch, a woman behind the WoW camps and PSIA-certified instructor. Stay tuned for another guest blog from Jenny Dempsey on the benefits of catching girls’ time on a snowboard.