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Ski Like a Woman

March may soon be coming in like a lion, but there is still plenty of good skiing to be had. I just found a really great resource called ski like a woman. It's an online directory of ski and snowboard lessons and programs for women, at over 250 resorts around the world. Isn't that a brilliant idea?

You can search for different types of snow sport lessons, like alpine, telemark, or cross-country skiing. Or you can search a certain area in the world, such as the U.S. or Europe. And you can also search by dates.

It's an easy way to locate women's programs, or even ones for the whole family. You can focus on a certain sport or a certain skill, and learn from instructors who understand that men and women learn differently (they're patient and sensitive).

You can find a program that's right for you, where and when you want it. Could it be anymore convenient?

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Beaner Beaner 8 years
This is a great idea. I tried learning how to ski many years ago in a group with guys, and I felt really self-conscious. I think I'd learn much better with a female teacher.
susanec susanec 8 years
A lesson is smart for pretty much anything but if you're snowboarding, it's essential. Until you know what it feels like, you'll fight it. The learning curve is very sharp, you'll be proficient much faster than downhill or skate skiing (I can't attest to classic cross country) but you need someone behind you reviewing your form. Wear rollerblade wrist guards, have fun!
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