Weekend Pick: Head Women’s Ski Camp at Snowshoe Mountain Resort

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Time to hit the slopes, ladies! Show those boys how it’s done this weekend at Snowshoe Mountain Resort in West Virginia for the resort’s first ever Head Women’s Ski Camp. On Saturday and Sunday, January 24 through 25, top ski coaches and instructors will work with women of all levels to get you started or tune up your skills, and just have a great time in the snow. Head Women's Ski Camp

Diann Roffe, a guest coach from Head Ski, will team up with Snowshoe instructors to help give women the chance to meet their full potential. Roffe has held a spot on the US Ski Team for three Olympic Games, four World Championships, and one Pan American Games. Today, Roffe works out of Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, as a renowned ski coach and motivational speaker. This camp will be an amazing opportunity to learn from such a talented sportswoman!

The weekend’s events begin on Friday evening with a Meet and Greet followed by a night at the Connection Club. On Saturday and Sunday, warm up in the mornings with some yoga and get out on the snow in small groups throughout the day, then relax in Snowshoe’s massage chairs before a Private Evening Social on Saturday and a Farewell Ceremony on Sunday afternoon.

The entire camp costs $219 for a weekend pass including lift tickets, and only $169 without tickets. Register now to make sure that you don’t miss out on the fun!




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