January 24 – 28, 2019
March 3 – 7, 2019
“The Bentley of the many clinics, lessons and camps offered throughout North America is the women’s program run by the Alta Lodge, in Utah…” New York Times, November 2018
Alta Lodge teams up with top instructors from Alta’s Alf Engen Ski School for these popular Women’s specific camps which offer three days of skiing, four nights of lodging, great food, and camaraderie.
“Really enjoyed the friendliness of all staff and feeling at home at the lodge with all the participants and instructors.” Ramona 2016
Ski sessions include morning and afternoon on-snow instruction in a fun and supportive environment. In similar-ability groups, you’ll focus on fundamental skiing skills to improve speed control, confidence, and efficiency, allowing you to access and enjoy more of Alta’s world-famous terrain.
This program brings together fellow female skiers looking to improve their skiing and enjoy a fun ski vacation. It is geared towards intermediate to advanced skiers who meet or exceed the following skills:
-Consistently use parallels turns.
-Confidently ski blue more difficult terrain at the flow traffic (you are comfortable cruising blue groomed runs!)
-Ready and excited for an introduction to off-trail skiing.
“I met many great women from all over who love to ski!” – Susan I. 2010
- four nights lodging, breakfasts, and dinner
- three full days of ski instruction
- three days Alta lift tickets
- high-end demo skis; boots available if needed
- two buffet lunches
- yoga class (optional)
Dates and Rates:
January 24 – 28, 2019 (Thursday arrival – Monday departure)
$2,870 per person, double occupancy, standard room
$3,572 single occupancy, standard room
March 3 – 7, 2019 (Sunday arrival – Thursday departure)
$2,815 per person, double occupancy, standard room
$3,459 single occupancy, standard room
Camp package rates include tax and service charge. Slope-facing and economy rooms are also available.
Lead coach: Jen Scott
Photo: Nick Rice
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