Holiday Valley's Your Turn Women's Ski Clinic

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Event Date(s): Thu, 01/30/2020 - 8:00am - Fri, 01/31/2020 - 4:00pm
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Skiers at Holiday Valley

Holiday Valley Snowsports School is featuring the 7th annual "Your Turn" women's clinic on Thursday and Friday, January 30 and 31, 2020 led by Lisa Densmore Ballard, a widely acclaimed coach, instructor and ski racer and assisted by several of Holiday Valley's finest women instructors. Intermediate through advanced level skiers (can comfortably ski blues, some black diamonds) will benefit from this clinic. The clinic will begin at 8AM with registration and breakfast. Pre-registration is advised as attendance is limited. Stop at or call the Snowsports School Desk, 716-699-2345, ext 4422 or the Creekside Lodge Children's Desk at 716-699-2345 ext.4424.Cost of the clinic is $305.00 and it includes 2 days of coaching, demo equipment, breakfast and lunch each day plus dinner on Thursday. Specially priced lift tickets will be available. Lodging special at the Inn at Holiday Valley for Wednesday and Thursday nights, Call 800-323-0020.

Clinic Schedule:

The clinic will include a continental breakfast each day, talks about ski equipment and proper boot fitting, 2 lunches and one dinner, plenty of skiing with Lisa and HV Instructors, video analysis of each participant, demo equipment and door prizes! Lodging and lift tickets are not included, but are available at special rates.

For more information on this event please visit http://www.holidayvalley.com

This event will be held at:

Holiday Valley Mountain Resort
6557 Holiday Valley Road
Ellicottville, NY 14731
United States
Phone: 716-699-2345
42° 17' 9.7332" N, 78° 39' 15.3" W
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