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Intro to Splitboarding Retreat
Coaches/Guides Iris Lazzareschi, Allison Lightcap

January 28-31

The experiences that come from combining a passion for snowboarding with a human powered element quenches the adventure part of the sport that now keeps me satisfied.  The idea for this camp started after I had multiple friends ask me to take them out and teach them the ropes of getting out in the backcountry on their splitboards. I love teaching, coaching, and sharing pow days with friends so I thought having a retreat style event would be the perfect way to help women make their transition from the resort into new terrain.

We will be staying in a cabin in Teton Valley right at the base of Teton Pass. The opening night will be hosted at Habitat Boardshop where we will make sure everyone is set up with their demos and everything they need in their pack for the next day, anything you don’t have you can get at Habitat because all campers get 20% off everything in the store!

The cabin is 5 bedrooms with a hottub and garage. We will have homemade dinner when we get back from shredding and be able to relax and hang out. We’ll have a yoga session at night to help us prepare for the next day, they’ll be taught by Allison Lightcap. Allison is a certified yoga instructor, massage therapist, nutrition consultant, founder of Tahoe Healing and an avid splitboarder who will also be helping coach the course.

The first day will be at Teton Pass where we will get you familiar with all the basics you’ll need for splitboarding adventures. The next two days will be in Grand Teton National Park. We will continue to help you perfect your new skills and enjoy the amazing views and riding.

3 nights lodging/meals/yoga/access to demo equipment/ Sponsor goodie bag $375

3 guided days in backcountry and skills development through EXUM $795

CAMP total $1170

Sponsors: EXUM Mountain GuidesJones SnowboardsSpark R&DHabitat Boardshop


Meals: Will be planned by nutrition consoultant Allison Lightcap, once all campers are signed up and we have all their allergy/dietary restrictions. Breakfast and dinner will be made together. At breakfast there will be a pack your own sack lunch area with healthy snacks and sandwich material.

Riding Level: This is NOT a beginnner snowboarder course, this camp is designed for women who are comfortable on variable conditions anywhere on their home mountain with some experience riding powder. Intermediate to advenaced riders looking to learn about backcountry travel and touring skills

When: The first afternoon you can come anytime from noon-5 around 6 we will be going to Habitat boardshop to make sure everyone has what they need for the next day and their set ups are correct and ready. We will be done by 5pm the last day, optional dinner night will be decided with campers on first night.

Transportation There will be access to a surburban and all the campers can carpool to and from trail heads during the camp but we do not provide pick-up or drop off at airport. EXUM guide Iris Lazzareschi will personally not be providing any transportation for campers.


Packing list will be provided to campers upon registration


Closest airports: JAC Jackson airport, 45 minute drive

IDA Idaho falls, 1 hour drive

SLC Salt Lake City, 3.5 hour drive


Additional Questions, please contact Iris:


Colin Balke is a content editor for who lives in Northern California. When not plucking away on a keyboard, he can be found splitboarding, camping, backpacking, or hanging out with family and friends.