Posts By: Rockies

SheJumps Launches In Steamboat with Women’s Fly-fishing Clinic

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Written by: Jean-Marie Bousquet It’s no secret that men have always dominated the fly-fishing world. Women for a long time have been the minority in this field. The industry is fortunate to now have female pioneers like Camille Egdorf, Maddie Brenneman, and April Vokey paving a new path. Thanks to these female leaders, we are… Read more »

Save the Date: LADIES AVY AWARENESS NIGHT @ Teton County SAR 11/28/17

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Join SheJumps and the Jackson Hole Outdoor Leadership Institute for our annual Ladies Avalanche Awareness clinic on Tuesday, November 28, from 6-9pm at the Teton County WY-Search and Rescue Facility in Jackson, WY. This ever-popular event is excellent opportunity for women of the Tetons to come together in an open,comfortable and empowering environment to discuss the basics of avalanche… Read more »

Save the Date…. WAX & WINE: Get Tuned at Habitat 11/16/17

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SAVE THE DATE! THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2017 6:30-9PM SheJumps WAX & WINE at Habitat is back! Dust off the skis and boards and join SheJumps for a pre-season stoke party and Get Tuned night at Habitat in Driggs for all the ladies of the Tetons. Little girls, big girls, old girls and everyone in between are welcome!… Read more »

JH Wild Skills 2017 Recap

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  Written by Lauren Hugo: Regional Coordinator for WY and Teton Valley The Ladies of the Tetons made history on September 23 for our first ever Wild Skills camp for girls in Jackson.  Mother Nature sent winter our way early this year and even a week of snow, sleet, slush, and wind couldn’t stop the… Read more »

JH Wax & Wine: Education, Swag & Fun!

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A snowy February evening found a small group of ladies gathered in Teton Village, Wyoming to learn the basics of ski tuning and waxing. Hosted by the talented and knowledgeable team at Nomad Sports, ladies were given the opportunity to not only get an overview of keeping their ski gear primed for the slopes, but… Read more »

JH Avy Awareness Night a Smashing Success!

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A chilly Tuesday evening in Jackson Hole found SheJumpers of the Tetons gathered at the Teton County Search & Rescue facility for our annual Ladies Avalanche Awareness Clinic. Taught by Jackson Hole Outdoor Leadership Institute’s Jacob Urban and Nancy Bockino, this year’s clinic brought a record number of women together, with over fifty women in… Read more »

16th Annual Western Avalache Awareness Seminar

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Come join WMRT for a FREE night of avalanche education, giveaways, and fun. Brush up your backcountry skills or get introduced to the sport just in time for ski season! Guest speakers include Dale Atkins with the American Avalanche Association, Zach Guy with the Crested Butte Avalanche Center, and Ian Havlick and Steve Banks with… Read more »

SheJumps and Earth Treks Golden Spread the Love of Climbing in a Free Intro Clinic

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On Wednesday October 12th SheJumps hosted twelve lucky ladies for an introductory climbing clinic donated and taught by Earth Treks in Golden, CO. The course was led by two knowledgeable and fun Earth Treks instructors, Renee and Alison, who shared their experiences learning to climb and the journey to teaching others. This hands-on class taught… Read more »

Women’s Avalanche Scholarships in the Tetons

SheJumps, the Jackson Hole Outdoor Leadership Institute, and First Western Trust are joining forces in an effort to bring avalanche education opportunities to women. And in accordance with their unfaltering support for outdoor education and opportunities for women through the SheJumps organization, Jackson Hole Outdoor Leadership Institute has generously donated two 50%-scholarships for each Avalanche Level… Read more »

Rockin’ Big Sky Lady Shred in Majestic Unicorn Fashion!

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Third times a charm. In this years third annual Big Sky Lady Shred the girls showed their spirit regardless of the less than ideal temps in the morning. The week leading up to the event was 60 degrees and bluebird and was looking good for an epic spring skiing lady shred. Then Sunday hit, and… Read more »