Women's Intermediate-Advanced Ski Camps
January 22-26, 2015 - SOLD OUT
March 8-12, 2015
Just for women, the Alta Lodge Women's Ski Camp brings together the best of the Alf Engen Ski School's instructors for three days of instruction and four nights of lodging, breakfasts and dinners. You’ll be in a fun environment where you can challenge yourself, improve your technique and meet some new ski buddies. During the three-day camp, participants can expect to improve their skiing ability and skiing confidence so they can advance to exploring Alta’s legendary terrain.
"I thought the instruction was exceptional. All instructors were friendly, enthusiastic, supportive and fun to be around." - Martha F. 2008
The group camaraderie starts the first night when we meet for dinner the evening before the on-the-hill session begins. During that time, you’ll get the info on the newest women specific skis so we can help you pick the right skis for you. Off the hill, we'll meet for après ski, dinners and breakfasts. In your spare time, relax….you can take a sauna or hot tub, or schedule an in-room massage.
"I met many great women from all over who love to ski!" - Susan I. 2010
For women age 18 and older, this intensive clinic is designed for the intermediate through advanced level skier who is ready for new challenges in ski terrain and conditions, such as Alta’s famous powder snow.
Ability level: You should be comfortable on blue runs, ready to venture on to ungroomed or steeper terrain.
Arrival: January 22 / March 8
Departure: January 26 / March 12
- four nights lodging, breakfasts and dinner
- three full days of ski instruction
- three days of lift tickets: 2 Alta, 1 Alta/Snowbird
- high end demo skis; boots available if needed
- yoga class (optional)
$2,390 per person, double occupancy, standard room
$3,011 single occupancy, standard room
$2,282 per person, double occupancy, standard room
$2,870 single occupancy, standard room
Includes tax and service charge.
Slope-facing and economy rooms are also available.
Lead coach: Jen Scott
Photo: Nick Rice