Ladies Ski & Snowboard Clinics
Mt. Rose is introducing new features for the Ladies Day clinics this season, including a continental breakfast attached to the 2-hr clinic on Thursdays and a new Sunday afternoon clinic special!
Mt. Rose Ladies Clinics are for women skiers and snowboarders from low intermediate to advanced abilities wanting to break barriers that prevent women from achieving their best snow experiences. All classes are taught by PSIA certified woman instructors.
December 12-March 28
Continental Breakfast (meet in Timbers)
On Mountain Training
$20 with a lift ticket or season pass
*Program does not meet during the Christmas holiday period or Presidents Week Feb. 21
*NEW* for the 2013-14 season: 6 Sunday afternoon 2-hour on-mountain clinics!
|January 12 & 26, 2014||1:00pm-3:00pm|
|February 9 & 23, 2014||1:00pm-3:00pm|
|March 9 & 23, 2014||1:00pm-3:00pm|
|Cost||$20 with a lift ticket or season pass|
BONUS- Are you an Unlimited passholder? Get unlimited ladies day clinics all season long for only $49!
* The Ladies Clinic Pass is available as an "add-on" when you purchase an Unlimited Season Pass. The Buy Now button takes you to the Season Pass products. Once you choose your pass, you'll have the option to add the Ladies Clinic Pass.
Registration: Pre-registration required. Sign up at the Ski School Counter at the Lower Level of the Main Lodge
Perks: All participants receive 25% off in 431 Sports - Video sessions every 3rd Thursday of the month
For more information please call at Mt. Rose Ski School at 775.849.0704 ext 220
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Our Ladies Day instructors:
Jake Jakubowski- Jake attributes some of her ease on the snow and in the cold to growing up playing hockey on Wonder Lake in northern Illinois. Jake started her teaching career at the Americana Resort at Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. Jake has been teaching at Mt. Rose for 18 years and is a Level II PSIA Certified Instructor with a Children’s Specialist Accreditation. She is currently the Head Trainer at Mt. Rose.
Gina Hames- Gina taught, coached and trained for 30 years at Kirkwood Mountain Resort and is a PSIA Level III Certified Instructor. Gina ran the children’s ski and snowboard school at Kirkwood for 15 years in addition to leading women’s ski camps. Gina joined the Mt. Rose Ski & Snowboard School in 2012.
Patti Walsh- Patti learned to ski as an adult while she was in college in Wyoming. When her son was small she started teaching at the Sky Tavern Junior Ski Program and realized that's what she loved to do! While at Sky Tavern, she became a PSIA Level I instructor. Since then she has also completed PSIA Children's Specialist and Senior Specialist certifications. Patti has been at Mt Rose since 2007.
Linda Good– Linda started her teaching career in the Aurach bei Kitzbuhel Ski School in 1965. She spent 25 years at Mammoth Mountain as well as stints at Chateau Tongariro Ski School in New Zealand, Boreal/Soda Springs Ski School, Northstar at Tahoe Ski School, and the last 11 winters at Mt. Rose.
Linda helped to develop and start the Women’s Ski Clinics last season at Mt. Rose and is a PSIA Level 3 Certified Alpine Instructor and a Level 2 PSIA Senior Specialist.
Dede Goodnight– Dede learned to ski just down the road at Sky Tavern when she was 12. She later returned to Sky Tavern as an instructor and trainer. She began instructing at Mt. Rose in 2001 and has since become certified by PSIA. Dede has also received her Children’s Specialist II and Senior Specialist accreditation from PSIA. Dede says, “Teaching skiing is pure joy!”
Tara Moore– Tara began her teaching career at Mt. Rose in 1991. Since then she has become a Level 3 Certified Alpine Instructor through PSIA as well as a Level 200 Ski Coach. Tara is currently the head coach of the U12/U14 program of Team Falcons.
Anne Shrake– Anne started her teaching career with the Crested Butte Ski School back in the 70’s while racing for Western State College. She returned to ski teaching last season at Mt. Rose and earned her PSIA Level 1 Certification. Anne says, “There is no right, nor wrong way to ski. Some techniques utilize the equipment more efficiently and more gracefully than others. My primary objective is that the skier enjoys their time on the snow and stays safe while do so. How much more fun could a job be?!!!”
Christine LeDuc– Christine started skiing in 1980 and her son got her to try snowboarding in 1995 and she has been riding ever since. Christine started teaching at Mt. Rose in 2005. “This is the best job ever. I think everyone should try snowboarding, it’s so fun!” Christine LeDuc, The Snowboarding Grandma