Join us for an enriching 2.5 day learning experience hosted by some genuinely inspirational coaches. Equipment talks, ski demos, video analysis, stretch sessions, group meals and après ski parties are all included in the cost of the program. The specific content is custom tailored to the needs of each participant and each group, and our team has an impeccable touch for creating learning experiences with the perfect blend of fun, learning, sharing and lots of skiing and riding.
In 2015, we're holding two Women's Discovery Camps. The first is a weekend camp from January 30 to February 1 (Friday, Saturday and Sunday), and the second is a weekday camp from March 9 to 11 (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday). Both camps are two and a half days long and include equipment talks, ski demos, video analysis, stretch sessions, group meals and après ski parties all included in the cost of the program. Lodging packages are available.
At Sugarbush, we understand that one of the biggest obstacles to participation in camps like Women's Discovery is wondering what the rest of the family will do while you are having a ball looking after yourself. This year we're answering that question for you. For each day of the program, each Women's Discovery Camp participant receives either a half-price full-day kids program in The Schoolhouse children's center or a half-price companion all-mountain lift pass
Last season we were very fortunate to have two sponsors for our camps: Skida is a Vermont company providing functionally stylish headwear and accessories, and Smartwool is a renown maker of exceptional footwear to keep your feet happy and your spirits with them. Combined with Sugarbush’s exceptional terrain and our remarkably gifted coaches, and we can honestly say that our Women’s Discovery Camps had participants covered from head to toe!
Stay tuned for information regarding 2014-2015 sponshorship partners.
Posted on February 16, 2012 by Sky Barsch Gleiner
"The supportive environment fosters trying something new—maybe it’s moguls, maybe a race course, maybe a first black diamond run. While the instructors don’t push you to be unsafe, they do help with confidence to get to that next level." Read the full article.
Posted on December 9, 2011 by Cindy Hirschfeld
"The women who come want to have a breakthrough in their skiing," said Ms. Densmore, who has taught women's clinics for 25 years. In addition to individual feedback, "I try to get the women onto stuff they've never skied before," Ms. Densmore said. With the appropriate coaching — and inspiration — "they'll follow me down a trail they would never dream of skiing on their own." Read the full article.