Winter Adventure + Safety Workshop Tour with Mammut - The Lady Alliance

Join The Lady Alliance and our friends at Mammut and refresh your adventure brain with our Virtual Adventure Safety Tour! 

Whether you're in need of a refresher, or you're excited to try new activities - this event is a MUST for you!

Join us for a digital event full of incredible women, experiences, and avalanche + snow safety - helping you prepare for your local back - and front - country adventures!!

We are joining Mammut and Redbull athletes Michelle Parker and Elyse Saugstad, Mammut athlete and ACMG guide Holly Walker, and our friends at Colour The Trails in an exclusive instructional video, covering trip planning, snow conditions and beacon use! 

PLUS, we are watching the incredibly empowering ski film ORIGINATE Episode 4 WITH Michelle and Elyse Saugstad!

This event is going to help you feel refreshed, empowered and ready to explore this winter!

This event series is happening virtually - don't miss this incredible experience!

Conquer winter this year with our Virtual Winter Adventure Safety Tour and Mammut!!

With a focus on snow safety and skiing, The Lady Alliance x Mammut Virtual Adventure Safety Tour is a 2 hour online experience that goes live at 8:00 am in each timezone of The Lady Alliance’s 34 chapters, from Vancouver to San Francisco, Washington DC to Saskatoon, and everywhere in between.

By RSVP'ing for this event, everyone - all genders, ages, races and experience levels - will receive the event FOR FREE!

This event caters to EVERYONE - no matter your gender - because we truly believe that EVERYONE can be inspired and empowered by the women we have on screen for this event!

Individuals from all over the globe can tune in to enjoy a plethora of skill-building snow safety tips, including the one on one instruction from Redbull and Mammut athletes Michelle Parker and Elyse Saugstad, and ACMG Guide and Mammut athlete Holly Walker.

Plus, we get to screen episode 4 of the incredible ORIGINATE series with Michelle Parker and Elyse Saugstad as we chat about what it was like filming that incredible episode!

Guest host Judith Kasiama (pictured above) with Colour The Trails and partner of The Lady Alliance, will moderate the event and facilitate an interview with guest Holly Walker as she shares her love for safety, personal experiences, and love for the snow-laden outdoors.

EVENT DETAILS

RSVP + Watch Before Nov 19

(RSVP and watch at any time before 11:59 pm PST on November 19)

VIRTUAL

(RSVP to attend)

FREE

(Donations are being accepted for our partner Colour The Trails - below)

Michelle Parker - Pro Skier

(@myshellparker)

Elyse Saugstad - Pro Skier

(@elysesaugstad)

Holly Walker - ACMG Guide

(@hollyskiwalker)

Judith Kasiama - Colour The Trails

(@JujuMilay)

About our partner...

Mammut, as an outdoor and safety-based brand bringing centuries of expertise in the climb, hike, ski, camp, and travel industries to outdoor participants, is perfectly positioned to partner with The Lady Alliance to amplify the community of adventure-seekers.

Founded in 1862 and based in Seon, Switzerland, with U.S. Offices in Williston, Vermont, and Denver, Colorado, Mammut is a global leader in the manufacturing of technical outdoor equipment, apparel, and footwear. From high altitude mountaineering to outdoor lifestyle, Mammut designs their products with over 150 years of experience in conquering the most prolific peaks in the world. The result is a brand capable of bringing unparalleled equipment to market, enabling consumers to reach unimaginable heights.

Colour The Trails

Colour The Trails is a group for BIPOC & allies interested in outdoor activities including hiking, camping, mountain biking, kayaking, skiing/snowboarding and more.



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