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Don't have an ? Now. Click the link below to donate to their fund or buy a raffle ticket. The little girl sitting across from me in the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Ranch Lot shuttle is decked-out in vibrant ribbons and bows. When the shuttle comes to a halt in front of the tram station we spill out into a beautiful bluebird day. The village is teeming with skiers and snowboarders who are enjoying the sunshine.
In teams of three to five, we dispersed across the mountain, checking off objectives on our scavenger list as we went. Objectives included executing spread eagles, starting dance parties in the gondola, high fiving female ski instructors and ski patrollers, and sending classic JHMR lines like Alta Two. While we failed, there was a team that succeeded: the little girl with ribbons. When we reconvene at the afterparty her mom shows me a video of the ordeal: The tram box is turned into a Katy Perry concert with the preteen and her friends taking the lead. Not every JHBF event in an impromptu karaoke dance party like this one, but they all have the same common goal: creating sisterhood in the mountains.room mean fool masti velog village sobia khan new2021
In an era where it seems like every outdoor brand is keen on empowering women, the JHBF is an example of how a motivated and passionate group of individuals can make an enduring change for their fellow women in their local community. Photo courtesy of Crystal Wright. Jackson Hole Babe Force Photo.
CW: I raced forever and then competed on the Freeride World Tour and other big-mountain competitions for ten years. It got me thinking during the rest of the traverse out that we should actually make this into a group that hosts events and creates chances for women to come together. We thought it would be cool to get a bunch of ladies together and have lady ski days. From there we deed the patch and our three words—strong, sexy, soulful.
We started giving out patches for people who were doing something inspiring. The whole idea was to find other ladies at your ability level. That first event was pretty nerve-wracking and intimidating. We had ages ranging from little kids to year-olds. There was so much energy being fed from all the ladies and all of us made new friends that day. CW: A big need I saw was getting more women in avalanche education because there were and are so many women—including myself—that would simply trust their male partner's judgment.
That spurred the scholarship program three years ago.
That money goes towards things like filling 24 spots for our female Avy 1 course which happened this year. We try to support anything that elevates women and helps them to get out of their comfort zones. CW: When I came back to Jackson after college I started to realize that there were so many more women moving to Jackson and learning how to ski.Himba Women and Young Girls Dance. AFRICAN TRIBE
A lot of these ladies were learning how to ski in Jackson at age 30 and I found it really inspiring that these women were pushing their limits. Ten ladies showed up to drop different lines into the Couloir which was all filmed for the movie. But when you see a fellow lady it opens up that possibility. We need support from everyone—not just females. The biggest assistance men can give to the JHBF is introducing their daughters, wives, sisters, friends, and etc. Also, just supporting us and being proud of female empowerment. That means coming to the events that are co-ed.
For example, we host an all-women's enduro in the summertime. CW: The scholarships have become a huge focus for us. We also want to create a mentorship program.
We just need to find people who want to be part of it as either mentors or mentees. The JHBF is expanding into other sports like mountain biking.
Last year they hosted group rides and even an all women's enduro race on Teton Pass. CW: Showing up to events and getting on our volunteer list. We always send out s looking for volunteers.
While Chris Benchetler might be best known for making the mountains his canvas, he's equally talented with a paintbrush in hand. On March 27, our mountain communities awoke to news of devastating loss to our ski tribes. Along with our legendary friends and their pilot Zachary Russell, two of their clients, Petr Kellner and Benjamin Larochaix, also. Thanks to groups like The Venture Out Project, the outdoors is becoming a more inclusive and accessible place.
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