Trailhead Clinic: Skiing with Your Adventure Cat

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Trailhead Clinic: Skiing with Your Adventure Cat

Join us fora ski-specific adventure cat clinic taught by Trailhead employee John Williams. At this clinic, you'll learn basic communication skills for you and your cat, how to introduce your cat to the outdoors, training basics, what to pack for a ski trip with your cat, how prepare your cat for his/her first ski journey, and a Q&A session.

Join us on Sunday, April 9 for our latest clinic:
Skiing with Your Adventure Cat! 

 

Spring skiing season is underway! We've been enjoying these warmer temperatures and are excited for the fresh snow that's supposed to arrive this weekend. 

 

We're also getting pumped about our latest skiing clinic taught by General Manager John Williams. Have you ever loved skiing but wished you had an adventure buddy? Skiing is a great social sport and can be even more fun if you have someone to enjoy it with. 

 


That's why employee John has fallen in love with his skiing with his adventure cats. Whether he's heading out for a cross-country skiing adventure or backcountry skiing, John travels with his thrill-seeking furry friends. 

 

We've had a lot of people reach out with interest in this topic, so now, at our latest clinic, you can join the fun in learning how to ski and adventure with your very own cats! 

 

 

What to Expect: A ski-specific adventure cat clinic taught by Trailhead employee John Williams. At this clinic, you'll learn basic communication skills for you and your cat, how to introduce your cat to the outdoors, training basics, what to pack for a ski trip with your cat, how prepare your cat for his/her first ski journey, and a Q&A session. 

 

When: Sunday, April 9, 3:00-6:00 p.m. 

 

Where: The Trailhead, 402 East Main Street. 

 

Cost: $15

 

What to Bring: Notepad, pen, water bottle, $15 cash, and a good attitude! 

 

 Photo: Adventure Cats

 

 

 

Happy April Fools Day!!!! We're not actually offering any cat clinics at this time. Call 719-395-8001 to convince John that he should, though.

 

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