Women’s Only Backcountry Ski Week

Join Ski Divas founder Jessica Baker for a spectacular four days in the Teton Backcountry

The women’s only backcountry ski camp features skiing in the Teton backcountry for 4 full days, and 5 nights at the Alpine House Bed and Breakfast in Jackson, WY. This camp is the perfect opportunity to immerse yourself in Teton backcountry skiing. Surrounded by other women seeking a similar adventure, the environment will be supportive and challenging. Join us to hone your backcountry skills, ski powder, summit peaks, find tranquility in the wild places you will explore in the Tetons, and to empower yourself. Completing this camp will be an incredible experience and a great accomplishment.

Camp cost includes:

  • Wine and cheese welcome party on Sunday night
  • 5 nights single-occupancy at The Alpine House
  • Breakfast and Lunch for 5 days
  • 4 full days of guided backcountry skiing and personal improvement tips
  • Goody bags with gear from Pistil, Outdoor Research, and Gu Energy
  • An opportunity to demo Dynastar Mythic touring skis at no charge
  • Discounted demo rentals at Teton Mountaineering
  • Discounted massages and restorative yoga

2018 Dates

  • February 5th – 8th
    (arrival February 4th, departure February 9th)

Other weeks are available for private groups of 4, and the week can be customized for your group.  Please call us to discuss options!

Pricing

$1,795

A minimum of 3 participants is required to run each program (with 2 participants, additional fees will apply).

Pricing is available without lodging. Please call us to discuss.

Price does not include taxes, gratuity or transportation. Participants must have their own transportation to/from all activities.

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Powder skiing on Olive Oil - photo: Brenton Reagan
DEEP Powder Skiing in the Tetons - photo: David Stubbs
Jessica Baker, Happy in the Teton Backcountry - photo: Brenton Reagan
Jessica Baker, Ski Mountaineering in the Tetons - photo: Brenton Reagan