Three ways to ski all Utah’s 14 resorts this season
Want to ski all of Utah’s 14 ski resorts in one season? Well, there are several season pass offers from Ski Utah that can make it happen with the Fifth and Sixth Grade Passport and the Yeti Pass.
First up is the ever-popular Passport, which allows your fifth graders to ski or snowboard for free at all 14 resorts, three times each. That’s a total of 42 free ski days if you use them all. Sixth graders have a similar deal in which they get one free day at all 14 resorts. The Passports cost only $25 as a “processing fee” which is one hell of a deal for that amount of ski days. Really, there’s no excuse not to get your kids on the slopes! Each year 8,000 Utah students have participated in the Ski Utah Passport program.
So what about us adults? Well, Ski Utah has us covered as well with the Yeti Pass. For $549, you can ski for one day at every Utah resort. That breaks down to $39 a day. This is a good way to go skiing with your fifth or sixth grade children, or to simply explore all 14 Utah resorts on your own.
Ski Utah is accepting applications for the Passport, and you can apply online, or print an application at skiutah.com/passport. Parents are encouraged to file applications early to get the most use out of the program. Other questions may be answered by emailing Ski Utah at email@example.com or by calling 801.534.1779.
A limited number of Yeti passes are available. To fill out your application and to find out more information about Ski Utah’s Yeti pass, click here http://www.skiutah.com/winter/deals/deals/yeti_pass
These deals are too good to pass up if you’re trying to instill a love of skiing, snowboarding, and playing the Utah’s mountains in your kids.