Winter is here and we're talking about skiing in Utah. Here's what you need to know about the Ski Utah Passport for 5th and 6th graders -- it's the best way to make skiing with kids affordable. It's great for local Utah families and for those of us who have to fly to the powder. Once you buy the passport for $45, skiing/riding is FREE for your 5th and 6th graders for up to 45 days. Read on for more details on how the Passport can save EVERYONE in the family a ton of money.
How to Make Skiing in Utah More Affordable
I run a private Facebook group for ski moms (click to request to join). I took a poll last week and according to them the #1 challenge to skiing with kids is the cost.
Well, what if we could remove the cost for at least a few members of your family? Wouldn't that be awesome!
On average a ski family will spend 8 days a year on the slopes. Without a bit of planning, the cost of this awesome winter family activity can escalate. I want you to make the most of all those hours AND have the best time possible with your time spent with family in and around the snow. When you get a passport you open up so many opportunities for you and your family.
It's now easier than ever to sign your 5th and 6th grader up for a passport. Head online and sign up for $45 and then you'll get access to 15 Utah resorts for free!
Why Skiing in Utah is a Good Choice for Your Family
With reliable powder and great access to the mountains, Utah is a proven family-friendly destination.
With world-class slopes just 45 minutes from the airport, Ski Utah is a haven for ski families. There are seven areas with a total of 14 resorts. For the past ten years, I've been sharing my reviews of Utah ski resorts. Solitude makes a great place for first-timers. Then there's the serenity of Sundance tucked into the trees. Or perhaps the thrills of Alta intrigue you. I love helping families plan the perfect Ski Utah holiday.
My teenage daughter adores skiing at Park City and I'm partial to Deer Valley and Snowbird, the great thing about the Passport is that no matter where you go in Utah, you're going to be welcome.
The fine print...With the 5th Grade Ski Pass: 5th Graders can ski or ride 3 times at each of Utah's resorts. That's 45 days on the mountain for only $45! The 6th Grade Ski Pass: 6th Graders can ski or ride 1 time at each of Utah's resorts. That's 15 days on the mountain for only $45!
Using the Ski Utah Passport
If you created an account last year, just sign in, and apply for a new pass for the 2019-2020 season! Either for a returning child or register a new child today. You can track pass usage/availability at any time on any device using the Pass Portal. The portal lists redemption history, lift tickets available, additional offers, and exclusive discounts for your 5th-grade ski pass and your 6th-grade ski pass.
More Benefits of the Ski Utah Passport
Parents can enjoy the savings too. Each resort also provides an Additional Offer and Passport partners extend exclusive discounts to Passport holders. There are tons of add ons and exclusive deals like 50 percent off an adult day pass, Buddy passes, free rentals and more for the whole family.
Some of the additional savings:
- 50% OFF the window rate for one adult area day pass at Alta
- 50% off one full day adult lift ticket with accompanying 5th-grade Passport holder at Nordic Valley
- One complimentary Adult all-day lift ticket per 5th/6th Grade Passport student at Powder Mountain.
- Get 25% Off All Retail Items at Canyon Sports
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