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Snowlink.com Helps Women Plan a Spring Break on the Snow

Snowlink.com

Snowlink.comThere’s plenty of snow left to enjoy and spring break is a great time for ladies to grab their friends and plan a spring break on the slopes. With women representing 40% of all skiers and snowboarders, snow sports manufacturers are taking notice and doing a great job of catering to their specific needs on the hill.Snowlink.com, created by SnowSports Industries America (SIA), has collected a long list of resources for women who have a passion for SNOW within Snowlink.com’s Women On The Snow section.


Snowlink Women: get out there & rip it up!

Examples of women-specific resources available on Snowlink.com:


FITNESS FOR LADIES:

Snowlink partner SBCWomen.com and their fitness guru Taylor Godber share some key workout tips from pre-season to après riding.

 

 

 


JUST FOR MOMS – BLOGGERS:

Kristen Lummis, Brave Ski Mom, is a family skiing and outdoor adventure blogger with topics including alpine, Nordic and telemark with an emphasis on family skiing. Helen Olsson, Mad Dog Mom, is a freelance writer, editor-in-chief of Epic Life magazine, and author of The Down & Dirty Guide to Camping with Kids.

 

 


TRAVEL TIPS:

Resort and Retail Locator Guide, Snow Getaways, Packing Lists and Tips, and information about the Ship Your Gear Program, which saves on headaches at the airport as well as hiked-up baggage fees.

 

 

 


GEAR, STYLE + TECH:

Snowlink collects the most current information and resources for all things SNOW, helping consumers preview and locate the latest in snow sports fashion and gear in the Gear, Style + Tech section.

 

 

 


SNOW GETAWAYS:

Location suggestions for every type of snow sports vacation; romantic getaway, family fun or trip with the boys or girls.

 

 

 


Be sure to take a moment to check out the updated Snowlink.com today! Consumers can take advantage of the Snowlink.com resources on the website, Snowlink’s Facebook page and Snowlink’s Pinterest page.

For more information about Snowlink.com, contact Lindsey Auer at LAuer@snowsports.org.