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5th And 6th Graders Can Ski Free At Most Idaho Resorts
SKI FREE PASSPORT PROGRAM PROMOTES THE SLOPES FOR IDAHO KIDS
The Ski Free Passport Program enables 5th graders to obtain a free three day lift ticket to 18 different ski spots, while 6th graders receive a free two day lift ticket to 16 ski slopes in Idaho. With only a $15 application fee, this is the best, and cheapest, way for your kiddo to feel comfortable on the slopes.
Applications must be completed online, and you must pay the $15 fee through PayPal. With the pass, it is free to ski at the participating mountains, except for Bald Mountain which charges an additional $20 (Dollar Mountain is free).
Your child can ski for free two or three times, depending on their age, at each participating resort. You must show the passport to receive the free entry, either a printed version or on your smartphone.
Little Ski Hill
*5th Grade Only
**Additional $20 with passport at Sun Valley’s Bald Mountain.
Make sure to check the blackout dates for each resort before heading out.
Don’t know the differences between the ski resorts? This handy tool will help. You’ll also want to check out the deals that Ski Idaho offers on its website for several resorts.
If you or your little one don’t know how to ski, don’t worry! There are plenty of great lessons offered for the novice to feel comfortable on the slopes. Learn more here.
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