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7 months ago

Whitetail’s 2nd Women’s Day clinic is tomorrow (Jan. 31). I’m curious if anyone is going (or went to the 1st one this year) — I’d like to get opinions of it afterwards. I’m thinking about attending the 3rd one in mid-Feb. Are all the instructors women?  How much of it is instructional (lessons) and how much of it is a social event?  Thanks!  

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7 months ago

Mo wrote:

Whitetail’s 2nd Women’s Day clinic is tomorrow (Jan. 31). I’m curious if anyone is going (or went to the 1st one this year) — I’d like to get opinions of it afterwards. I’m thinking about attending the 3rd one in mid-Feb. Are all the instructors women?  How much of it is instructional (lessons) and how much of it is a social event?  Thanks!  

Haven’t heard anything about the Whitetail program for Women.  I know the multi-week program at Liberty for women is quite good.

Have you ever checked out TheSkiDiva.com ?  There is a thread for the mid-Atlantic or you could create a separate thread there.  Also a thread about women’s clinics this season.

https://www.theskidiva.com/forums/index.php?threads/mid-atlantic-se-skiing-pa-nj-dc-md-va-wv-nc-for-2019-20.24008/

https://www.theskidiva.com/forums/index.php?threads/womens-clinics-19-20.24136/

7 months ago

Thank you, marzNC!!  I’ve been a lurker on skidiva for many years, but I have a hard time finding local info there. Thank you for sending the links to the women’s clinic thread and to the mid-Atlantic thread. 

7 months ago

Never done a women’s clinic at Whitetail, so I am unable to comment.  I have looked into their mutliweek women’s program in the past but I ended up going with Liberty multi week women’s program.  This is my 3rd year w/ Liberty women’s program and I am happy with my decision.  

I prefer Liberty for the following reasons:

1) It is a whole day program 9 am to 3 pm, include 1 hr lunch.  I figure if I drive ~2.5 hours round trip, I’d rather go to a 5-hour lesson than 2-hour lesson.  

2) Multi week offers continuity, each week’s lesson is built on previous week’s teaching.  Same instrutor the entire series.

There will be sesson 3 for Liberty mutli week program, it will be 2 consecutive weekends (Sat + Sun):

Feb 22, 23 and Feb 29, March 1

I think there are still spots left, not too late to sign up if you want.  

7 months ago

fosphenytoin wrote:

Never done a women’s clinic at Whitetail, so I am unable to comment.  I have looked into their mutliweek women’s program in the past but I ended up going with Liberty multi week women’s program.  This is my 3rd year w/ Liberty women’s program and I am happy with my decision.  

I prefer Liberty for the following reasons:

1) It is a whole day program 9 am to 3 pm, include 1 hr lunch.  I figure if I drive ~2.5 hours round trip, I’d rather go to a 5-hour lesson than 2-hour lesson.  

2) Multi week offers continuity, each week’s lesson is built on previous week’s teaching.  Same instrutor the entire series.

There will be sesson 3 for Liberty mutli week program, it will be 2 consecutive weekends (Sat + Sun):

Feb 22, 23 and Feb 29, March 1

I think there are still spots left, not too late to sign up if you want.  

Fos, if you or anyone else wants some free  lessons I used to teach up north any level including teaching the ski school directors kids and other instructors, would be happy to help any locals and get some local skiing in

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