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‘Get the Girls Out!’ Join SheJumps for an adventure-filled day celebrating women and the outdoors

Courtesy Killington

SheJumps is holding a day celebrating women and the great outdoors at Get the Girls Out! Event participation is free and there will be special discounts on skiing lessons and rental gear.


Friday, March 8—KILLINGTON— Join SheJumps as we celebrate Get the Girls Out!, a nationwide campaign uniting women and girls—transgender and cisgender—as well as non-binary individuals to embrace the great outdoors while fostering a sense of adventure and camaraderie. Spurred by International Women’s Day, this program is a call to action for participants of all ages to connect with nature, break down barriers, and celebrate their achievements and strengths throughout the month of March.

Whether you’re a seasoned adventurer or a newcomer, the Get the Girls Out! gatherings aim to foster a community where participants can thrive outdoors, inspire one another and younger generations, forge new connections, and rekindle friendships.

All women and girls (transgender and cisgender) as well as non-binary people are welcome to participate in this event. All minors (under age 18) must be supervised by a parent or guardian for the full event.

All participants must sign the SheJumps Participant Waiver prior to participating in this event. Additionally, any participants or volunteers who do not already have a lift ticket for the day must fill out Killington’s required Express Assumption of Risk form.


Event participation is free. However, guests must supply their own lift ticket & register using the link below, where you will also find full event information. An optional donation of $5 selected at checkout enters you to win prizes in the raffle.

Additionally, registered participants will have be able to book Adult Learn to Ski/Ride lessons, Adult Group lessons, and/or rental gear on March 8 only for 50% off! Discount code information for this will be shared after you register using the link below:


9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.—Check-in and registration

Registration and info table will be set up on the 3rd floor of Ramshead Base Lodge to help with waivers, raffle entries and answer any questions you may have.

10:30 a.m.-12 p.m.—Follow a Patroller

Meet a ski patroller and see what her job is like! See the inside of the hut, learn about basic first aid on the mountain and some of the quirks of dragging a sled around. Group capped at 18 total people, meeting at the top of the Snowdon six-pack lift, outside of the patrol building.

12-1 p.m.—Lunch

Lunch will not be provided, so please remember to pack your own pocket snacks. Food courts are located in each base lodge, as well as the Peak Lodge and of course, there are a variety of restaurants.

10 a.m.—Telemark Skier Meetup w/Karen Dalury

Open to Telemark skiers, leaving from the bottom of the Snowdon 6-pack chair between the K1 and Ramshead base areas. A limited number of complementary uphill ski set-ups will be offered out of the demo tent at Ramshead base lodge, courtesy of Base Camp Outfitters. Group will be led by a guide who will help facilitate the decision on a preferred route. This is not intended for instruction but is intended for those with a confident grasp on telemark basics. Group capped at 20.

3 p.m.—Uphill Travel Meetup with Merisa Sherman

Open skiers and snowboarders willing to take the uphill travel route from the Ramshead base area of Killington. A limited number of complimentary uphill ski set-ups will be offered at the demo tent at Ramshead base lodge, courtesy of Base Camp Outfitters. Group will be led by a guide who will help facilitate the decision on a preferred route. This is not intended for instruction and is not suitable for those who have never tried uphill travel before. Group capped at 20.

4:30-6 p.m.—Apres Get Together—Still on the Mountain

Come meet some new friends and hang out with the people you met along the way! Light snacks will be provided by Still on the Mountain in their upper group room, directly across from the upper Snowshed parking lot. Collect your raffle prizes, catch some ladies’ ski edits and chat about what you got up to.

To volunteer or for more information, contact Delaney Konert-Edison at or visit

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