She Jumps- Backcountry Riding Skills Clinic For Women

Price:

$200 per person on scheduled dates

Ratio:5:1
Length:1 day
Location:Central Oregon
Season:Winter
Dates:January 7 and February 4th, 2022

We are so excited to be partnering with SheJumps for this program, designed for women, and guided by women.

Please join us for this one-day introductory program for skiers and split boarders, specifically for women. We will begin with the basics; introduction to backcountry ski/splitboard equipment, skinning techniques, as well as some instruction on avalanche beacon usage and rescue techniques. This program is ideal for folks who have never skied outside of the resorts before. We run this program in Central Oregon in the winter.

If you haven’t yet explored the world of backcountry skiing and splitboarding, this Winter is your next opportunity.

The day begins with the basics of avalanche safety – basic use of beacons, shovels and probes. After that, we head uphill to take advantage of some of the best riding terrain in Oregon. Along the way, your guide will instruct efficient skinning technique and track-setting. They’ll teach you some critical skills for making uphill turns, and help you dial-in your transitions so that you get more time riding for all your uphill effort.

This program is skill-based and the goal is to help you learn the skills to get out into the backcountry with confidence, all while finding and riding as much vertical as we can.

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Interested in a trip? Call us today to get started on your trip reservation. We will take the time to place you on the expedition that is a fit for you.

(541) 312-9242

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Prerequisites

No prior backcountry skiing/riding experience is required. We can teach you all the skills you’ll need: skinning, transitioning and group communication.

Prior downhill skiing experience is a must. Off-piste experience is recommended. Untracked snow is one of the great joys of the backcountry – but skiing ungroomed terrain requires technique and experience. Consider getting off the groomed trails, or taking a lesson at your local resort before exploring backcountry skiing and riding.

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