Ski Utah’s Fifth and Sixth Grade Passport Program makes it easy an affordable to get your children outside this winter to enjoy Utah’s world-class skiing/riding. Available to all fifth and sixth-grade students, your children can ski or ride all 14 resorts in Utah for only a $35 processing fee.
“Ski Utah is excited for another successful year with this program by continuing to help children get out in the mountains to enjoy The Greatest Snow on Earth,” says Raelene Davis, VP of Marketing and Operations at Ski Utah.
Available to all fifth and sixth-grade students, your children can ski or ride all 14 resorts in Utah for only a $35 processing fee.
The Fifth Grade Passport allows the student to ski or ride three times at each of Utah’s 14 resorts, totaling 42 day-tickets statewide. The Sixth Grade Passport allows for one day at each resort, totaling 14 day-tickets. The passport also includes deals and discounts, including gear rentals, buddy passes and off-mountain activities. Sign up today at skiutah.com/passport. Passports will begin mailing November 1.
For parents looking to join their youngsters on a statewide adventure, the Ski Utah Yeti Pass is a perfect fit. For the price of $649, the pass is good for one ticket at each of Utah’s 14 resorts. If you use all 14, that averages out to only $46 per lift ticket.