Cross-country skiing day at Stump Sprouts.
SheJumps is partnering with Stump Sprouts for an awesome day on the trails. Have you ever wondered which cross-country ski equipment is right for you? Lloyd from Stump Sprouts will be leading a discussion on the different options. Then we’ll head out to learn to cross-country ski with a beginner lesson or hit the trails with some new friends. End the day with a yoga session (great for beginners) taught by Tracy Remelius.
When: February 21st. 10-4
10:00am to 10:45 Meet and greet, gear up and rental fitting
10:45 to 11:15 Cross-country ski gear: when to use what- a discussion with Lloyd owner of Stump Sprouts
11:15 to 12:30- Beginner lessons or explore the trails at Stump Sprouts
12:30 – 1 Bag lunch (BYO)
1- 3 Cross-country ski or snowshoe with new friends
3-4 Yoga taught by Tracy Remelius Pre-registration is required
Cost: $30 for rentals and the day, $20 if you have your own equipment. First 10 to register go home with some great swag from our partners EcoLips
Contact: Brittany Sinclair email@example.com
WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?
The ideal clothing allows for unrestricted movement and comfort while skiing or snowshoeing. Dress in layers to allow you to quickly and easily regulate your temperature. Modern, breathable fabrics such as polyester, nylon or wool blends breathe well and don’t absorb sweat. Avoid cotton as it will keep you cold once it gets wet.
Make sure to wear or bring clothing that will protect you from the elements: a cold wind or wet snow can quickly chill and unprepared skier. A light shell jacket and pants shield you from inclement weather and allow you
to add or remove layers as necessary. Sunglasses are also helpful on bright days to cut the snow’s glare. Bring gloves and/or glove liners for use during your outing. Wear warm wool socks.
WHAT SHOULD I BRING?
Always bring a light backpack to store water, a high-ener gy snack, lunch and extra layers, a yoga mat (there are a few available to borrow-please ask Tracy or Brittany)
Stump Sprouts is located at 64 West Hill Road, Hawley, MA 01339.
From Boston, Eastern Massachusetts:
Take Route 2 West to Charlemont, MA. Then, take Route 8A South 6 miles to West HillRoad. Turn Right and continue up the hill for one mile.
From Hartford, Most of Connecticut:
Take I-91 to Route 2 in Greenfield, MA (Exit 26). Then take Route 2 west to Charlemont, MA. Next, take Route 8A south 6 miles to West Hill Road. Turn right and continue up the hill for one mile.
From New York City:
Drive to Hartford, Connecticut, then follow directions above.
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