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Fifth graders nationwide can SKI for FREE. Along with these passes, many special discounts on food, clothing, rentals, and lessons may be available for the whole family. For safety reasons, these passes may require that you ski with an adult. Restrictions apply on all passes so check out below the states offering the pass and visit their website for more details.
Valid for the entire 2003-2004 season, the Fifth Grade Passport offers three free days at 23 member resorts, equaling 69 free days of skiing on Colorado slopes. For $49, Graduate Passes are available to sixth graders who participated in the Fifth Grade Passport program last year.
Passport and Graduate Pass applications are now available online and at sponsor locations and public and private schools across Colorado. Passports will also be processed at the Colorado Snow Sports Expo at the Colorado Convention Center, Hall B in Denver Nov. 7-9, 2003.
For more information, visit their website atwww.coloradoski.com
The Passport allows fifth graders to ski FREE (with $15 processing fee) at each of Utah’s 13 participating resorts. That’s 39 days of FREE skiing!
To find out information, give them a call at 801-534-1779 or check out their website at www.skiutahlocals.com
If you’re in 5th or 6th Grade (or born in 1991), you are qualified toreceive a Fifth Grade Passport which will get you skiing for FREE at 30 participating resorts.
For more information, visit their website at www.californiasnow.com or give them a call at 800-627-5409.
Hey 5th Graders, you are qualified to receive a Fifth Grade Passport which will get you skiing three times for FREE at each of the 47 participating resorts. That’s 141 days of free skiing!
For more information, visit their website at www.skivermont.comor give them a call at 802-223-2439 ext. 301.