Women’s Events with the Utah Avalanche Center – Winter 2015/16

Registration Required for all events Women’s Know Before You Go Avalanche Awareness Talk Monday, December 7th 6:30-8:30pm at REI 3285 E 3300 S, SLC International Women’s Ski & Snowboard Day Free Beacon Clinic & Ladies Meet-up Saturday, December 12th 9am-4pm at Brighton Resort International Women’s Ski Day Saturday, December 12th 9am-4pm at Alta… Read more »

SheJumps Women’s Beacon Clinic at Alta with the Utah Avalanche Center and Alta Community Enrichment

Back by popular demand is our women’s only beacon clinic, brought to you by SheJumps, the Utah Avalanche Center and Alta Community Enrichment. This clinic is designed for all ability levels to get out on the snow and gain experience using your beacon, probe and shovel in mini scenarios. Whether you spend every day in… Read more »

SheJumps Women’s Avalanche Know Before You Go with the UAC at REI

On Monday December 7th, is Ladies Night brought to you by REI, SheJumps and the Utah Avalanche Center! Come kick off your winter backcountry adventures with a ladies-only avalanche awareness event. The Utah Avalanche Center’s Evelyn Lees will give a presentation on awareness and staying alive in avalanche terrain, followed by guide Allison Conover reviewing… Read more »

Recap- SheJumps on the Sharp End Inside Momentum Sandy

On Sunday November 8th, some awesome SheJumpers participated in an informative lead climbing clinic which was taught by one of Utah’s SheJumps Ambassadors, Judie.  They all practiced clipping, belaying and even lead falling.  All had a blast and can’t wait to get out and practice their new skills!  Thanks to Momentum for hosting the SheJumps… Read more »

SheJumps Wilderness First Aid Certification Class at Black Diamond

Come spend a couple days with like-minded, outdoor loving women and learn what you need, to be prepared in the wilderness. This course at Black Diamond teaches the fundamentals of first aid in remote areas, covering topics from patient assessment and documentation to athletic injuries and altitude illness. The curriculum does not stop there! After… Read more »