Here’s a resolution worth keeping in 2014: learn how to float effortlessly through powder, catch air off rocks, and shred trees and steeps. Did we mention you can win an Osprey Kode 32 pack as well? This week, World Champion Freeskier and Osprey Ambassador Alison Gannett will be giving away an Osprey Snowsports Pack to one of the lucky skiers that register for her KEEN Rippin Chix Steeps and Powder Camp. Our Kode 32 is a dedicated, technical backcountry snowplay pack that was designed specifically for the backcountry and after testing it out for their Gear Guide, Backpacker Magazine said the Kode 32 is “perfect” for both backcountry skiing or snowboarding.
Want to go to camp and enter to win the Osprey Kode 32? Just head over to Alison’s Steep Skiing Camp Webpage to register, then tell Alison on her Rippin Chix Facebook Page why you need to win the Osprey Kode 32 Snowplay Pack. In your Facebook post, be sure to tag us @OspreyPacks. The camp registration and Facebook post with the @OspreyPacks tag must be completed by 5pm on Jan 10th, 2014.
These no-frills, affordable camps are for real women skiers wanting expand their toolboxes and buildconfidence in steeps, air, powder, trees, roots and rocks. Steeps and Powder camps will be hosted at Crystal Mountain Washington Feb 8-9th 2014, Whitewater Britsh Columbia Feb 15-16th 2014, Silverton Mountain Feb 1-2nd 2014 and more. Camps are for telemark and alpine skiers. Intro steeps camps are for gals who can make 10 consecutive turns on a blue/black run, and the “regular” camps require ten turns on a groomed double black diamond run. All camps have multiple ability levels, with the upper levels hucking cliffs, straight lining, and ripping through trees, powder, moguls, pillows and crud with confidence and technique. Camps have a money back guarantee – most gals learn ten years of tips and tricks in just two short days. CLICK HERE -learn more, watch camp videos, or REGISTER!
Want to visualize what your skiing will look like after the camp? Watch Alison rip it up in the video below:
Curious about the Kode 32? Check out what Alison keeps in her pack: