Because of her success as an extreme skier and the popularity of Women’s Ski Adventures Reichhelm created Steep Skiing camps in 1995. This coed program caters to men and women, advanced and expert skiers looking to challenge their skiing to a new level. In addition, Kim organizes adventure travel and heli-skiing for private and corporate groups in Alaska, Chile, Japan and Iceland.
Reichhelm is a technical advisor for K2 Sports. Working with engineers and designers, Kim’s responsibilities include design feedback for products specific to women. Reichhelm meets with her team and marketing directors through the year to help produce, market and promote state of the art ski equipment for K2.
Kim Reichhelm lives in Aspen, Colorado and represents: K2 skis, boots and helmets, Marker, Oakley, Gorsuch, Hestra, Clifbar Aloe Up, Turtle Fur, Peeled Snacks and Transpack.
When Kim is not skiing she lives in Baja Mexico, surfing, kite-surfing and fishing.