WHAT IT'S ALL ABOUT:
Get the Girls Out comes to Schweitzer! 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! SheJumps is excited to bring this event back to Schweitzer Mountain again for an amazing day on the slopes! The event is retro-themed and a prize will be awarded to the most creative costume so please ladies, go all out!
See GTGO video for costume ideas: https://vimeo.com/35594928
$10 registration fee for the event, please bring your EventBrite printout or show via phone.
We will also have an option to register and get two raffle tickets in advance for $15 and another option of registration and 6 raffle tickets for $30 at the door.
Adult and juniors special event price - $54 (reg. $77)
Child Full Day (6 & under with adult) Free!
Snowshoeing only ticket - $30; includes snowshoes, a scenic-ride ticket up the Great Escape quad, and a guided snowshoe hike in the morning. After your snowshoe hike, you can check out the brand new lodge on top of the Great Escape quad and hang out at the top of the mountain before coming back down to the village.
TENTATIVE SCHEDULE (SUBJECT TO CHANGE):
8:00am – 9:00am – REGISTRATION, BARRE/YOGA WARM UP, TUTU MAKING, ETC.: Meet in the Caribou Room (upstairs in the main lodge) Show EventBrite ticket at check-in, receive bracelet for discounts at ticket window (skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing), pick up goody bags, sign waivers, join a group Barre/Yoga session with Lori (bring your mat!), make tutus (while supplies last), etc.
9:15am – GROUP PHOTO Everyone meet at Clock Tower for a group picture in your tutus and retro outfits!
9:30am – SNOWSHOE HIKE: Meet at Activities Center for group snowshoe hike (must be registered on Eventbrite and get lift ticket)
FREE SKI: Meet at Clock Tower for group free ski/board or ski on your own
SCAVENGER HUNT On your own throughout the day until 2:30pm-ish (see separate instructions – prize for 1st Place!)
Arts & Crafts / Tutu Making Meet in Caribou Room for tutu making (while supplies last) and arts and crafts!
11:00am – SKI PATROL BEACON DEMO Skiers/Boarders meet at Clock Tower for avalanche beacon demo with Ski Patrol and potentially meet Annie, the new avalanche pup!
11:00am – GROUP FREE SKI: Meet up at the Stella 6pack chair on the backside or ski on your own
12:00pm – 1:00pm – LUNCH Bring your own lunch or purchase in the lodge – $1 off pizza slices at Sam’s Alley (upstairs next to Taps)
1:00pm – FREE SKI Meet at Clock Tower for group ski/board or ski on your own
SCAVENGER HUNT – Continued
ARTS & CRAFTS / TUTU MAKING – Continued (Caribou Room)
3:30pm – SPARKLER CELEBRATION Meet at the Clock Tower for a group Sparkler Celebration!
3:30pm - 5:00pm-ish – RAFFLE / APRES Meet in the Caribou Room win amazing prizes from our sponsors (a splitboard and pair of skis are up for grabs just to name a few!)
Once again, we have AMAZING raffle prizes thanks to our very generous Girafficorn Sponsors! There will be a splitboard, skis, jackets, gift certificates, and a lot more up for grabs. Thank you to our sponsors:
Thank you to our sponsors: Sneva MFG, Mervin Mfg., GNU, Wild Walls, Inc., Farmgirlfit, Outdoor Research, Athleta at Riverpark Square, Fourth Avenue Chiropractic, TicketsWest Inland Northwest, Spokane Public Facilities District, Tailgate Industries, ARBOR SNOWBOARDS, Touch Theory, G3 Genuine Guide Gear, KIND Snacks, Sports Creel, Barre at the Studio, Longleaf Wilderness Medicine, Physical Therapy Associates, Schweitzer Mountain Resort, Spokane Alpine Haus, lululemon athletica Spokane
Proceeds from the event will go to SheJumps.org to help facilitate more women’s events like this in our area. SheJumps.org is a 501c(3) nonprofit organization with a mission to increase the participation of girls and women in outdoor activities.
Event Contact: Anna Twohig: email@example.com