Midwest Female Skiers, Ready For That Spring Western Trip?
Densmore taking a turn on Boyne Highlands' slopes. (Boyne)
Spring is quickly approaching and that means ski trips to the mountains for many Heartland gals. Are you ready to enjoy all that skiing and riding?
A great way to get ready would be to join Lisa Densmore’s popular Your Turn Women’s Ski Clinic at Boyne Highlands, February 23-25. Densmore, a highly regarded coach and former U.S. Ski Team member, shares her expertise during this clinic for intermediate and advance level skiers and get you ready for that western trip.
The program includes ski clinics with Densmore and the Highland’s top female instructors, boot fitting, demo equipment from Boyne Country Sports, breakfast, lunch and après-ski receptions. The cost for the two-day clinic is $308, which includes lift tickets, for non-pass holders. For pass holders the cost is $218. You can also attend for a single day, $169 per person including lift ticket.
The ski clinic begins Friday evening with a meet and greet in the Olympic Room with Densmore from 6-9 p.m. Saturday starts with a presentation from her on trends in women’s ski gear during a continental breakfast. Participants then select demo skis to test and head to the slopes for a total of four hours of group skiing, as well as individual video analysis, lunch, and an après ski party with a question and answer session. Sunday, skiers meet for breakfast with a presentation on skiing outside your comfort zone. That afternoon you ski specialized terrain, including a NASTAR-style course, steeps and bumps. The clinic ends with an après ski party, and each participant is entered for a chance to win a new pair of Dalbello ski boots.
Since founding Your Turn women’s ski events, over 7,000 women have had breakthroughs in their skiing while participating in Densmore’s clinics around the U.S. Feel confident when you hit the mountains.
The 9th annual Brew-Ski Festival brings together more than 70 breweries with live entertainment March 9-11. Lodging package starts at $160 per person, per night, based on double occupancy and include lift tickets, five drink tickets and a commemorative gift.