May 16-19, 2014
Join two-time Olympian, recent 2nd place World Cup Downhiller and Mammoth team athlete Stacey Cook and friends for a weekend of Chix on Stix.
Register Now! Call 800.Mammoth to reserve your spot!
Friday, May 16
- 6:00pm - Chix on Stix participant check-in and welcome at Mammoth Mountain Inn lobby. Meet Stacey and the other ladies you’ll spend the weekend with!
- 6:30pm - Depart on gondola for late afternoon/early evening European inspired “hut hopping” ski/wine tasting experience
Saturday, May 17
- 7:30am - Morning meet-up upstairs in the Mammoth Teams Headquarters
- 7:15am - Outdoor stretching and warm up with Stacey and Friends
- 7:30am - Nutrition and juicing with head chef Marc Mora
- 8:00am - Skiing Session One: fun free skiing with personal coaching tips from Stacey and Friends. We’ll touch on technical aspects, pushing your limits but most importantly focus on FUN!
- 12pm - Gourmet lunch at Dry Creek Bar in the Mammoth Mountain Inn
- 1:30pm - Outdoor yoga at the Hot Springs with instructor Scott Saltsman
- 6pm - Personal Time
- 6:30pm - Italian cooking demonstration at Campo with Marc Mora
- 7:30pm - Wine tasting and socializing at Campo. Nightlife opportunities abound in The Village for those interested!
Sunday, May 18
- 7am - Morning meet-up at Mammoth Teams Headquarters for some fresh juice
- 7:15am - Gondola ride to the Top of Sierra for morning yoga with Stacey and yoga instructor, Scott Saltsman
- 7:45am - Skiing Session Two: Old school themed fun ski day with an introduction to gates and racing with personal coaching from Stacey and Friends. Retro costumes encouraged for this celebration of spring skiing!
- 12pm - Lunch and Farewell at Dry Creek Bar in the Mammoth Mountain Inn
*subject to change
All ages and abilities welcome, sorry guys - women only! Groups will be created to match participant ability and provide the best experience.
To sign up call 800.Mammoth! For questions please email Pam Lonza.
About Stacey Cook
"A California girl, Stacey Cook moved to Mammoth Mountain just as the United States was lighting the 2002 Olympic Torch. It took her all of two years to win the NorAm overall and downhill titles and two more to land on her first Olympic Team.
Cook went on a downhill tear during the 2012 winter with five World Cup top 10 finishes, including a ninth at the 2014 Olympic track in Sochi, Russia. The end result was a 10th place ranking in the season-long standings. It was the best season of her career and sparked a fire in "Cookie" that will be a full-on blaze during the 2013 World Championship season." Stacey recently placed 2nd in the Lake Louise World Cup Downhill on November 30, 2012