— Compete against the men in a World Cup race (should skiing's governing body ever give the idea a thumbs up).
"I'm not going to stop until I reach my goals," Vonn said. "There's too much I have left to accomplish."
At the moment, her plan is to race at least through the 2018-19 season — health willing, of course.
But right now, the 32-year-old Vonn feels, knock on wood, quite healthy. She hasn't been able to say that very often.
A quick glance at her medical chart: Bruised hip in training crash before Olympics (2006), sliced right thumb on champagne bottle while celebrating a victory (2009), severely bruised shin (2010), serious knee injuries (2013-14), broken left ankle (2015) and fractures near her left knee joint in a crash (2016).
Most recently, she broke her right arm in a November training run. It required surgery and led to nerve damage so severe she could hardly wiggle her fingers at first and had to tape the ski pole to her glove in order to race. She's still trying to recover full sensation.
"All the obstacles I've faced, it makes me appreciate things that much more," Vonn said in a recent interview as she hosted a camp in Denver designed to empower girls to reach their goals. "But I can't worry about injuries. If you worry about it, you're always going to ski scared."
That's never been an issue with Vonn.
"There are a lot of athletes who achieve amazing results and when they get hurt, especially multiple times, they ask themselves, 'Is it worth it?'" U.S. Alpine director Patrick Riml said. "Her hunger to become a better athlete and win more races is as big as it was when she was 20 years old.
"Her determination, her drive to become better, to win more races, it's unbelievable."
Vonn has a number in mind — 86. That's how many World Cup wins Stenmark accumulated during the Swedish great's extraordinary career. Vonn is currently at 77.
"If I ended my career today, I'd still be really satisfied with what I've done," said Vonn , who broke Austrian great Annemarie Moser-Proell's women's record of 62 World Cup wins in January 2015. "But I think to beat a record like his (Stenmark), it would be very significant."
These days, everything is geared toward the Winter Olympics in South Korea. After capturing downhill gold at the 2010 Vancouver Games, she missed the Sochi Games because of a knee injury.
"My main goal is to defend or repeat — I don't know what you call it," she joked.