SheJumps

4760 S Highland Dr. Suite 209

Salt Lake City, UT 84117

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Shejumps XC Ski and Snowshoe day at Prospect Mountain VT March 20th- Cancelled

This event has been cancelled due to lack of snow. We hope to have it next year!

Join SheJumps and Prospect Mountain for a day of cross-country skiing and snowshoeing! Meet new friends and explore new trails. All abilities are welcome!

Date– Sunday March 20th

Timeline of the day:

10:00am – 10:30: Meet and greet, gear up and rental fitting. Please arrive at 10am

10:30- 10:45 Cross-country ski gear and snowshoe basics. Go over map.

10:45- 12:30 Split into ski and snowshoe groups and go explore the trails

12:30 – 1: Meet back at the Base Lodge for lunch.

1 – 2pm: Cross-country ski or snowshoe with new friends

LocationProspect Mountain 204 Prospect Access Rd Woodford, VT 05201

Lunch options– Prospect’s Base Lodge Restaurant has snacks or hearty meals for vegetarian and meat eaters alike. (Silvia’s favorite: Chili in a bread bowl). Or bring your own lunch.

Pre-registration is required click here to sign up! If renting please select that option when signing up and email silcassano@gmail.com with shoe size and height.

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. Make sure to wear sturdy, comfortable and waterproof hiking boots and warm wool socks!

What should I bring? Always bring a light backpack to store water, a high-energy snack, and extra layers.

Check out the facebook event page for the most up to date information! For questions email Alex or Silvia

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