Right now there are abundant opportunities to get out and enjoy winter, especially if you are a woman. In the next few weeks, there are many “Women's Only” events going on around the country. Not coincidentally, many of these are being held this weekend (AKA Super Bowl Weekend).
Here we have provided links to some of the most popular events. A Huge List of Many Cross Country Events for women can be found here:
New England Women’s XC Ski Day Sponsored by Banknorth
Sunday, February 2, 2003,9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Bretton Woods Cross-Country Ski Area, Bretton Woods N.H.
The New England Nordic Ski Association (NENSA) is proud to join Banknorth in hosting the second annual women’s only cross-country ski event in New England. Women will have the opportunity to learn to ski or to improve their skiing skills in a casual, friendly environment with female instructors.Â Special guest Olympic gold medalist Joan Benoit Samuelson will be on hand to sign autographs and to speak about the connection between women’s health and exercise. www.nensa.net
Women's Ski Tour – Traverse City, Michigan:
Sunday January 26th. The Women's Ski Tour challenges women to get up, get out and be alive. The Ski tour is the only event of its kind that provides an opportunity to ski or snowshoe while raising funds for the local community. Enjoy non-competitive skiing or snowshoeing while getting caught up in the sisterhood that permeates this event.
Ski De Femme – Royal Gorge, CA
January 11, 25, February 8, 22 (Saturdays) Be ready to go on snow by 10:00am. Advanced registration is recommended, as there is a limit on the class size to allow a beneficial student to teacher ratio for success at feeling comfortable on your skis. More Info
Women's Skate Clinic – Tahoe Donner XC, CA
Feb 8, 2003. JoJo Toeppner, TDXC manager and experienced
instructor, will teach this clinic for women
interested in improving their skating performance.
Alaska Ski For Women – Anchorage, Alaska
The seventh Annual Ski for Women will be held Sunday, January 26, 2003, at Kincaid Park in Anchorage. All levels and ages of women skiers are invited. This event attracts about 1500 people! The emphasis is on fun and participation. There will be two starts, a classic/diagonal 4 kilometer ski at 11:00am and a skate/freestyle 4 kilometer ski at 12:30pm. Last Chance to Register: today (Wednesday) and Thursday at REI only. Alaska Ski For Women