BC Adaptive Snowsports SheCan is an annual all-women’s event for CADS instructors and adaptive snowsport club leaders looking to increase their skills and confidence on and off the snow. On-snow training is guided by a team of distinguished instructors, with experienced executive coaches guiding all off-snow activities. In addition to developing as an individual, SheCan also presents an opportunity for a motivated group of leaders to explore how collectively they can enhance the adaptive snowsport experience for participants in British Columbia.
Please note! Deadline for registration is February 24, 2023.
Accommodation & Transport
BCAS has a room block with special rates at Chilcoot – all room requests and payment must be sent to Heather AT BCAdaptive.com by February 3rd, 2023. Rooms may be available after that time, but will be subject to availability, and are not guaranteed at the same group rate. When sending in your requests, please note who you’d like to room with. If you are travelling on your own, no problem! We can look after room placements after all requests have been received.
Deluxe Room, Unit sleeps up to 4 people, Two Queen Beds, Full Bathroom (toilet/sink /shower and bath), Hot Tub – Shared, Complimentary Wi-Fi, Mini-Fridge, Microwave & Coffee Maker.
1 Bedroom Suite, Unit sleeps up to 4 Adults & 2 Children, Bedroom 1: One King Bed and One Single Bunk, Living room: One Queen Sleeper Sofa, Full Bathroom (toilet/sink /shower and bath) Full Kitchen (refrigerator/stove/oven/microwave and dishwasher), Hot Tub – Shared, Fireplace – Gas, Complimentary Wi-Fi, Pet friendly.
The Chilcoot 2-Bedroom Suites are equipped with a full kitchen, dining table, living room area with a queen hide-a-bed, and a gas fireplace. Bedroom #1 contains one queen bed and a set of single/single bunk beds. Bedroom #2 contains two queen beds, a mini-fridge, microwave, and coffee-maker.
Participant is responsible for own transportation and meals other than what is listed above.
“The SheCan weekend was an amazing opportunity to meet women leaders and work with them to build my skill as a teacher. I spend hours and hours giving to children and youth as an instructor and this weekend filled me bucket so I can keep giving. Being able to ask questions in a supportive environment allowed me to challenge my ability and I came away with new confidence. Since returning to my home mountain, I have shared some of the drills with other women and supported them to try things that they were nervous about. The support shown to us…radiates to others around us. Thanks to everyone who lead and provided support for the weekend.”