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Intro to Sled Shredding


Why join a women’s only sled camp?

Stay Wild believes in the magic of women coming together and supporting one another. Sledding is still a heavily male-dominated sport. As a female-run business whose staff is 90% women (we love you Alex!), our instructors have often had the experience of being the only woman on the mountain or in the training class. Maybe you can relate?

If you’re tired of being the token female in your shred crew, consider joining one of our women’s only sled camps. We intentionally keep these classes small and create opportunities for hands-on learning and thoughtful Q-and-A sessions.

You’ll leave these camps with the confidence & skills to lead your shred crew in the backcountry.

PLUS, you’ll meet a bunch of other rad women who share your love for the wild.


» Beginner course

» Ideal for the brand new sledder or those who have never ridden a sled before

» 1 day camp located at Quartz Creek

» Available with Avalanche Skills Training Level 1 & Companion Rescue added on

What you will learn

» How to load & unload your sled

» Weight transfer techniques

» Rider position

» Throttle control

» Basic sled maintenance

» How to get unstuck in any situation

» Feel comfortable in an all female environment & get your basic sled skills dialled before heading out with your crew!



Are you beginner or intermediate?

Good question, check out our description below to see where you fit.

Beginner rider:

» New to sledding, have either never ridden a sled or only gone out once or twice

» Not comfortable on a snowmobile on or off the trail

» You would like to learn the basics to get you started!

Intermediate rider:

» You have ridden a snowmobile at least 5 times

» You are comfortable on the trail & have ventured off the groomed trail

» Main goal is to learn the skills necessary to improve powder & off the beaten track riding

» If this sounds like you check out our Ladies Sled Shred Camp.

Required equipment

» Sled (in good condition and mechanically sound)

» Transceiver (3 antenna recommended)

» Probe (3 meter recommended)

» Shovel

» Helmet

» Warm / appropriate clothing

» Multiple pairs of gloves

» Spare belt & a small tool kit

» Lunch for the day

» Warm clothing

» Trail pass


$329 + GST per person

Does not include snowmobile trail fees

+ $169 + GST per person with Companion Rescue add on

+ $299 + GST per person with AST 1 add on

Private Group Pricing:

$1320 + GST up to 4 people
$1975 + GST up to 6 people
$2650 + GST up to 8 people

Check out Golden Snowmobile Rentals & receive 10% off when you mention you are doing a course with us to score a sweet discount!


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Refund policy

If cancelled within 14 days of the booking date you will not receive a refund unless your spot can be filled.

If cancelled before the 14 day mark you will be charged a $35 processing fee and receive a full refund minus $35 (not applicable to online courses).

Please note that if the minimum number of people to run a course is not met the course will be cancelled and you will receive a full refund.

Why book with us?

  • Small group sizes
  • Flexible location choices
  • Ladies only groups available
  • Avalanche Canada certified instructors
  • No previous experience required
  • Local knowledge
  • Comfortable learning environment
  • Learn with like minded ladies

Brittney Dickson

Owner, Lead Instructor, Lead Coach for Sled and Touring Camps, Canadian Avalanche Association (CAA) Level 1 Avalanche Operations, CAA Active member, Canadian Association of Snowboard Instructors Level 1, 90 hour Wilderness First Aid, crevasse rescue and basic glacier travel, 10 years on a snowmobile, 5 years splitboarding

Additional Info

  • Duration : 1 day
  • Price : $329 / per person
  • Location : Golden, BC or other upon request


If you have questions or need more information, we're here to help!

+1 250 290-0065

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