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  • Two Nights Lodging Included

Women’s Ice Weekend

2 Days • 2 Nights — Learn finesse from the best!

Quick Details

Woman Priced per person, includes 2 nights lodging

Women’s Ice Weekend

Led by IMCS guide Jeni Calzaretta, Women’s Ice Weekend is a unique chance to dive into the sport of ice climbing with other women in a small group setting, providing for personalized instruction and camaraderie. 

What you will learn

This weekend is specifically for female climbers to be together and get after it. Learn finesse from the best! We will focus on technique, technical skills, and managing terrain and conditions.

While beginner ice climbers are welcome, some experience belaying (gym or crag) is helpful as we will not dedicate time to learning how to belay.

We will meet both days at the Lodge for yoga, breakfast, and gear outfitting / check. Once the small group is set, we’ll make our way to the ice! 


  • Two days of guided climbing and instruction on Saturday and Sunday from 9am to 4pm
  • All equipment and gear for climbing
  • Two nights lodging at the Cranmore Mountain Lodge: Fri, March 8th and Sat, March 9th
  • Breakfast on Saturday and Sunday morning
  • Morning yoga specific for ice climbing
  • Small group, no more than 8 women, ensuring a low instructor to student ratio

Does not include:

  • Lunch, dinner, beverages, or snacks
  • Transportation
  • Guide gratuity

About your stay

Inclusive of lodging at the beautifully renovated Cranmore Mountain Lodge! Check-in Friday, March 8 and check-out Sunday, March 10th, single occupancy. 

Cranmore Mountain Lodge is a classic B&B nestled in a peaceful mountain scape surrounded by nature all around in North Conway, New Hampshire. The Lodge has been thoughtfully restored; the history of each room has been preserved while the modern-day amenities such as super comfortable beds, WIFI access, hot tub, and seasonal pool are available to all guests. Breakfast is made-to-order each morning, with fresh ingredients that are sourced locally.

Lodging is only included in this rate until February 10, 2024. Act fast!

About Jeni

Raised a New Englander, Jeni first learned to climb in the Mount Washington Valley. As an avid outdoor enthusiast and aspiring alpinist, she is the head of Women’s Programs at IMCS. She is most passionate about empowering new climbers by teaching the skills to become more independent in the outdoors.

Jeni is an American Mountain Guide Association trained instructor and Apprentice Guide. She has spent the last few years climbing rock, ice and alpine extensively throughout the US. She spends her free time climbing, trail running, cycling, and listening to metal.