Get the Girls Out at Beartooth Basin Summer Shredfest

Shredfest

Join SheJumps and the Mountain Rider’s Alliance for the 1st Annual Summer Shredfest, a celebration of all things shred! SheJumps will be hosting a signature “Get the Girls Out!” event on Friday June 16th. The weekend also features a Freeride World Tour Qualifying event (FWT) and SkiMo race. Details on other activities happening throughout the event can be found at: http://summershredfest.com/

About Get the Girls Out

“Get The Girls Out” is a national campaign to unite women as they support, challenge, mentor and inspire each other in the outdoor sports world. These events cultivate communities for women to have fun and connect with friends – new and old. ‘Get the Girls Out!’ also creates opportunities for women to share & inspire and ensures younger generations have the opportunity to storm mountains & develop the life skills necessary to succeed on the mountains and in life!

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Schedule for SheJumps’ Get the Girls Out! Event

8:30 a.m. Morning Yoga in Red Lodge: Join us for a morning stretch before we head up to the basin.
10:30 a.m. Registration at Beartooth Basin: Make yourself a custom personal superhero cape for celebrating the day in true Girafficorn style.
11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Shred with SJ co-founder Lynsey Dyer!  Join SheJumpers from across the country as we rage Beartooth Basin with custom superhero capes!
12:30 – 1:00 p.m. LUNCH
1 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. Big Mountain Freeride Clinic (Instructor: TBD)
2:30 – 4:00 p.m. Companion Rescue Demo / Beacon Practice (Instructor: TBD)
4 p.m. Raffle: Short Après Session in Parking Lot & Raffle

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About Mountain Rider’s Alliance

Mountain Rider’s Alliance, LLC was founded in 2010 to create sustainable Mountain Playgrounds tm  and is the leading advocate for non-corporate ski areas. They administrate the Mountain Playground Group, an international consortium of 9 community and independent ski areas. MRA offers management and consulting services as well as is in the permitting process to reopen Manitoba Mountain on Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula.

About Beartooth Basin Ski Area

Beartooth Basin Ski Area is not appropriate for beginner skiers/snowboarders. We recommend having an advanced-intermediate skiing/riding ability for this event.

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Located on the Montana/Wyoming border, Beartooth Basin is 23 miles south of Red Lodge, Montana on Highway 212, near the summit of the famous Beartooth Pass. Served by two high-speed Poma lifts, Beartooth Basin features 600 Acres of skiing terrain varying in pitch from 15 degrees to 50 degrees. The summit elevation is 10,900 ft. with 700 vertical feet of lift serviced terrain. Surrounding areas offer 3,000 vertical feet of shuttle-assisted or hike-to backcountry skiing and riding.