No Boys Allowed

“Nothing against the guys, but sometimes it’s great to spend the day on the slopes with just the girls,” says Breckenridge ski resort spokeswoman Austyn Williams. “Women challenge each other and learn from each other in different ways, and it makes for a completely different experience on the mountain.”

Breck’s Women’s Ski Fest runs February 2 through 6; packages starting at $375 include small-group intermediate and advanced instruction with some of the resort’s most popular female instructors, as well as feminine touches like a spa treatment, cocktail party, lunches on the mountain, a celebration dinner and take-home gifts. Lesson groups meet at 9 a.m. each day in the Peak 9 village and are limited to four students per instructor.

“Bring your crew or come up and meet some new skiing partners,” says Williams. “You’ll be on the hill with some great women all day and then relaxing with cocktails and the full Breckenridge après-ski experience. And if you prefer snowboarding, the Women’s Snow-board Fest is later this month, February 24 through 27, with all-mountain and/or park and pipe instruction packages starting at $275.” For registration and more information, e-mail [email protected] or call 888-576-2754.
Feb. 9-13, 2011

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