Saturday, June 23, 2012

CWS Freeride Sessions: What happens on the day!?

There have been a lot of inquires about the Chicks with Stix Freeride Sessions this year, which makes us super stoked for the four upcoming sessions this winter. 

Session Dates:
July 7th                  Mt Buller
July 14-15th           Mt Hotham
August 11-12th      Thredbo
August 19th           Perisher Blue
Further info on meeting places will be posted to the blog and our facebook page.
If you're planning to come to one of the sessions, drop us an email at and make a booking so we can make sure we have sufficient coaches.

For those of you that haven’t had the chance to be involved in a Freeride Session here is a rough idea of what they’re all about!

Coaches arrive/ meet and greet

Warm up: Skiers and boarders will ride as a group down some long groomers to warm up our legs and bodies in preparation for a big day.

Skill development: Groups will split into skiers, boarders, moguls, jumping, park, pipe and free-ride (depending on the facilities at the mountain) and coaches. This will be a basic introduction into these disciplines and a chance for you to get a taste of what each discipline has to offer as well as chat to the coaches about their experiences.

Lunch: Help yourslef to the vairety of yummy food that each resort has on offer. You are responsible for your own food and drink throughout the day.
The group will go and shred some groomers together again to get warmed up again. Then you can change groups and try something new OR keep perfecting their newly learnt skills from the morning session.

Shredding will continue until 2.45 when the groups will come together at the meeting point again to award prizes of the CwS session awards and conclude the CwS session.

The sessions are designed to give you a chance to try something new, meet new lady shredders and get to know our coaches and ambassadors who've made skiing and snowboarding a part of their lives in one way or another.

Here's a quick edit of the CWS Freeride Session at Thredbo last year:

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