As an Olympic medalist in Freestyle mogul skiing, Jennifer Heil loves all things winter, which makes her the perfect ambassador for the 28th annual Jasper in January!
Olympic champion, silver medalist, and four-time world champion, Jennifer grew up spending her winters learning how to ski and training at Jasper’s Marmot Basin Ski Area, home of the highest base elevation in the Canadian Rockies.
“I always anticipated the month of January as a kid. It meant the annual family road trip to ski the slopes of Marmot Basin by day, followed by evenings of food, music and entertainment. I will always return to the mountain I grew up on,” she says.
As a champion of winter, her stamp of approval is all over this year’s Jasper in January celebration.
Want to ski like a pro? On
Saturday, January 21st, aspiring Olympians can get a lesson from
Jennifer herself as she hosts two family friendly ski clinics at Marmot Basin
Ski Area. The clinics includes lunch with Jennifer where she will chat about
her career, how her parents contributed to her success, overcoming personal
challenges and the importance of participation. Each session is limited to 10 children aged between 6-14 years and
Book your spot for the family outing here.
Ski Lesson at Marmot Basin. Photo Credit: Marmot Basin
Is food more your style? Everyone knows being out in the fresh, cool mountain air is a great way to whip up an appetite. Join Jennifer on Sunday, January 22nd for an evening of incredible food and drink at the Evil Wine Downer at Evil Dave’s Grill. Register asap to get in on this exclusive fixed menu with wine pairings!
Get your tickets to this limited space dinner here.
Learn more about Jasper in January and celebrate with Jennifer Heil this winter!