Pack up the skis and your daughter for a once in a lifetime spring-break event. Lindsey Vonn’s Ski Girls Rock is hosting a special luncheon at Beaver Creek for girls who participate in her specially-designed program on Saturday, March 30. Ski Girls Rock is a premium ski lesson inspired by the Olympic gold medalist and World Alpine Ski Champion and created exclusively for girls ages 7 to 14. Through this program, Lindsey aims to empower young women, equipping them with the skills and confidence to be successful both on and off the mountain.
On Saturday, March 30, girls who participate in the program will have the special opportunity to enjoy “Lunch with Lindsey” in a private dining room where they will also have an intimate informal discussion with this year’s FIS Alpine World Cup Downhill Champion. During the lunch, these girls will have the opportunity to talk with Lindsey about overcoming challenges, staying positive while recovering from her injury in February and share their stories of empowerment. Registration is first-come, first-served online at www.beavercreek.com. The program is capped at 40 girls and is expected to fill quickly for March 30.
Ski Girls Rock lessons consist of no more than four girls per group and are led by dedicated female instructors who focus on improving skiing skills, empowering girls through the sport and creating opportunities to bond and build confidence along with developing teamwork and social skills. The program is intended for alpine skiers of all ability levels. Sessions take place daily through March 31 and are $320 per full day session or $340 for the full day lesson and lift ticket.
For complete details about Ski Girls Rock under the Ski School section at www.beavercreek.com or call (970) 754-5464 to learn more about the program.
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