Offshore kite, surf and stand up paddleboard expeditions from coastal New England and snowkiting on Lake Champlain 802.578-6120
First ride at the Girlstorm - sun, perfect breeze and an HQ Predator 3.3 kite. Ahhhhhh.
Stormboarding is pleased to announce Girlstorm 2010 for all levels of rider from the never-ever to girls ready to jump, go fast... a great way to spend Valentine's Day: Feb 13-14, 2010
About the Girlstorm...
This is a 2-day, women-only comprehensive weekend of snowkiting. Learn everything from safety and set-up to riding techniques to gear types and gear care. This is the third year of this fun and hands-on camp. It is a great opportunity to learn at your own pace in a great learning environment. No yelling, lots of encouragement and no one will underestimate what you can do.
All snowkiting abilities are welcome from the never-evers to those ready to really get riding smoothly or those ready to learn to jump and take it all to the next level.
The weekend runs: Saturday 12-4:30 and Sunday 9:30-1:30
We will provide lunch on Sunday as well as a goodie bag and patient, professional and enthusiastic instruction.
All kiting gear is included, you just need your skis/board/boots.
$250 per person
To register, please email Rachael.
Presenting the snowkiters from Girlstorm 2009... click on these thumbnails to see the bigger versions and for truly beautiful photos from the weekend, check out professional photographer Curtis Savard's page at: http://www.curtissavard.blogspot.com/
Jana riding the HQ Apex II 5m into the sunshine.
Debbie cruising toward the Milton shore with the HQ Apex II 7.5
Jen giving the ice fishermen something exciting to watch while riding the Apex II 7.5m
Tracey coming in to grab lunch after a long cruise toward the eastern shore.
Lori launching the Apex II 5m before getting in a powered ride the end a beautiful day
Mags working the kite and riding her tele gear.
Stormboarding would like to say a huge thank you to Molly Savard for her excellent assistance and enthusiasm, Chris Krug for being generally helpful and an inspiration covering over 100 miles over the weekend, Curtis Savard for taking his reliably incredible photos and help as an anchor, Dakine for help with very stylie bags and beanies and to HQ Kites for making sure that the girls of this year's event were able to ride, whatever their size or experience level, on a stable, fun and forgiving kite.
For more information, to book a lesson or order gear, please call Stormboarding at 802.578.6120 or e-mail: [email protected]
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