A winter retreat for adventurous women

winter woman adventures

FAIRLEE, Vt. – Announcing a Winter Retreat for Adventurous Women! Vermont Outdoors Woman has begun accepting deposits for its Annual Winter Doe Camp to be held at the Hulbert Outdoor Center in Fairlee, Vt. on March 3- 5, 2017. Winter Doe Camp is a women’s weekend retreat for outdoor skill development, adventure, education and just plain fun.

Participants will make new friends while staying with like minded women in heated cabins and play in the outdoors all day. Spend the weekend learning winter outdoor skills while staying near the shores of Lake Morey! Delicious, hearty and well balanced meals are served buffet style in Hulbert’s sunny dining hall.

Beginning with an optional dog sledding class on Friday morning, campers can select their own classes in 4 sessions starting on Friday afternoon and ending at noon on Sunday. Thanks to an incredible lineup of volunteer outdoor educators, we are offering nearly 40 educational classes. Recreation activities include: winter camping, basket weaving, handgun, muzzleloader and rifle classes, ice fishing, Nordic skating, snowshoeing, survival skills, archery, forest management, ax skills, campfire cooking, wildlife photography, deer and spring turkey hunting, tracking, backpacking and more. Classes fill up quickly so sign up soon.

There will be spare time for socializing by the fireplace and thanks to our many generous sponsors, we will be holding our popular raffle on Sunday after lunch.

The minimum age is 15 and minors must be accompanied by an adult. Cost for the all inclusive weekend program. Mother/daughter discounts, group discounts for 3 or more and day rates are available. Don’t miss the opportunity to receive an affordable outdoor education in a stress-free, supportive environment. For class descriptions, schedule and registration form, visit: www.voga.org/winter_doe_camp.htm

To learn more about Vermont Outdoors Woman, visit: www.outdoorswoman.org Sponsored in part by Hulbert Outdoor Center, Vermont Outdoors Woman, Vermont Outdoor Guide Association and Vermont Fish & Wildlife.


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