STRATTON MOUNTAIN, VT. – Recently recognized as the country’s top all-women ski and snowboard programs by The Boston Globe, Stratton Mountain’s Women on Snow and Burton Girl’s Time Out camps return for five more installments as winter revs up in southern Vermont.

Adult women seeking guidance on the slopes can turn to Stratton’s camps, where skiers and snowboarders “enjoy the comradery of fellow gal pals as [they] learn new skills and maximize existing ones in [a] relaxed and non-intimidating environment,” said Boston Globe Correspondent Necee Regis.

Coached by Stratton’s elite women instructors, ladies can perfect their ski turns at the Women on Snow camps, held once per month through the end of the winter season.

“I’ve been skiing since childhood. The Stratton women’s camp helped me understand the mechanics of a comfortable turn and changed the way I perform on skis. I’m more confident and relaxed. It was 3 blissful days of skiing with nice women, good food, and camaraderie,” said Emily Sonnenblick.

Women will receive personalized tips to improve snowboarding skills ranging from laying down turns on corduroy to conquering the terrain park at the Burton Girl’s Time Out camps, held three more weekends in January, February and March. Perks of both camps include access to the Training & Fitness Center, entry to evening live music events, raffle prizes and ski/board tuning and demos.

“Stratton, in particular, is a really inviting environment that makes newcomers feel as at ease about taking to the slopes as the regulars do,” said first-time skier Leda Olia.

Statton’s Women on Snow and Girl’s Time Out camps are designed by women, for women, and welcome all ability levels. To learn more about Stratton’s women ski and snowboard programs, visit stratton.com.

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For immediate release – January 20, 2016

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