If you want to up your mogul game, you’ve arrived at the right place. Killington has just the opportunity for you: The Donna Weinbrecht Mogul Camp.
About Donna Weinbrecht
If you’re on the look for outdoor things to do in Vermont and want to learn from the best, you’ve come to the right place, because Donna Weinbrecht is the definition of the best in this sport. In 1996, the native of New Jersey won the first Olympic Gold awarded for mogul skiing at the 1992 Albertville Games.
Afterwards, Weinbrecht just kept winning. Among other awards, she has 46 individual World Cup mogul wins, seven U.S. National Championship titles, and is a five-time FIS World Cup Title winner, three-time Olympian, and U.S. National Ski Hall of Fame (2004) and Vermont Ski Hall of Fame (2007) inductee.
You need to be at least 18 years old to participate in a mogul camp when you embark of these outdoor things to do in Vermont. Camps take place twice a year in January and February. The course, which costs $435, is intended to prepare you for the Bear Mountain Mogul Challenge.
What You Pay For At These Things to Do in Vermont
When you sign up for the camp, you get a two-day lift ticket and two days of coaching from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., with a one-hour lunch break. The night before your first session at these things to do in Vermont there’s a welcome party at Killington Grand Hotel. To help you up your game, video analysis of your runs is included in your camp package. For an additional fee, you can enjoy a spa treatment at the Killington Grand Spa on Saturday evening.
Make this your best ski trip yet and sign up for camp in Killington. You’ll have fun while getting one-on-one time with a mogul pro. And when you’re exhausted and sore, your GetAway Vacations home will be waiting for you. Call us or visit our website today to find your perfect home!