of 121
of 20
Terrain Parks
Park Features

Womens Programs


Ski School Levels
(RED) This is my first time on the mountain. I have never skied or snowboarded before.
(ORG) I have skied or snowboarded before, and I am able to slide in a straight line but am not able to turn yet.
(YEL) I am turning and stopping but still need practice. I need to work on my confidence and control.
(GRN) I am riding the chairlift and am comfortable on green terrain. I can turn and stop with confidence.
(BLU) I can ski or snowboard on blue terrain, using a variety of turn sizes. I am able to control my speed and stop when I need to.
(BLK) I am already skiing or snowboarding confidently on black terrain and am looking to explore bumps, steeps, glades and parks.

"Waa Waa!"  The joyful battle cry can be heard echoing from one end of the resort to the other when Okemo Mountain Resort's Women's Alpine Adventures programs are in session. It's an emotional release signifying pure delight in the sense of discovery and accomplishment that comes with participation in Okemo's two-, three-, and five-day women's programs.

This program has women returning year after year to take part in a program designed exclusively for women and led by some of the best women ski and snowboard coaches in the business. Their goal is to take skiing and snowboarding women to the next level in any snow conditions and on any terrain. Participants quickly overcome fear, boost their confidence and meet new friends in a supportive and social environment.

All program participants receive special lodging rates at Okemo's Jackson Gore Inn with delicious meals prepared by the wonderful staff in the Roundhouse.  For those guests staying offsite, Okemo provides free overnight ski storage, preferred daytime parking and a discount on use of the Spring House.

Participated in the program? Please fill out your program evaluation form here.

For reservations or more information:

Download the registration form or call 802-228-1600 or email If emailing, please be sure to provide contact information so we may get back to you as soon as possible.

Jan 25-29, 2016 (Mon-Fri)

This program gives the chance to really immerse yourself in skiing and riding. It includes five full days of intensive, personalized instruction and coaching, a 5-day lift ticket, indoor presentations and video analysis.

You'll have breakfast and lunch served daily, plus a Welcome Party on day one. There's also optional massage service (for an additional fee), the chance to try alternative equipment, and a farewell banquet. Best of all, our low student/instructor ratio gives you the insight and support you need to ski your absolute best.

Feb 3-5, 2016 (Wed-Fri)

A long weekend or three less crowded midweek days can make a big difference. These 3-day getaways include on-snow instruction, a 3-day lift ticket, and a Welcome Party, as well as breakfast and lunch each day. Video analysis, indoor presentations, fun with alternative gear, and optional massage service (for an additional fee) round out each weekend's activities. This is a great way to get away, enjoy some time on the slopes, advance your skills, and take care of yourself.

Feb 25-26, 2016 (Thurs-Fri)
Feb 28-29, 2016 (Sun-Mon)
March 10-11, 2016 (Thurs-Fri)

If you can get away during the week, we'll make it well worth your while. Enjoy a 2-Day Alpine Adventure with women who want to improve their skiing or riding ability on wide-open, midweek slopes. There's a welcome party on the night you arrive, breakfast and lunch daily, video analysis and a 2-day lift ticket.

For reservations or more information:

Download the registration form or call 802-228-1600 or email If emailing, please be sure to provide contact information so we may get back to you as soon as possible.

Cancellation Policy:
A deposit for 50% is required to make a reservation with balance due upon arrival. Once made, any change to the reservation will be assessed a fee of $35. If a change of cancellation is made with less than two weeks notice, you will forfeit 25% of the program fee.

Directions to the Jackson Gore Inn

Learn how to get here from there! Keep in mind that participants in the Women's Alpine Adventure receive preferred parking at Jackson Gore. Look for the preferred parking signage starting on Route 103.