Idaho's 5th & 6th Grade
Peak Season Passport


18 Mountains. 

18 Bucks. 


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Check first. Ski later. 

Regarding COVID-19 and the Peak Season Passport for the 2021-22 season, there will be restricted passport usage on Saturdays and holidays to allow for social distancing at our busier resorts and additional blackout dates on historically busy ski days. We are doing our best to provide you with specific blackout dates as they become available, but it will be vital this season that you check with your individual mountain before purchasing and check your mountain’s passport policy prior to traveling. To avoid any issues with your passport we recommend redeeming your free lift tickets during the weekday. Some mountains will require advance purchase day tickets online for adult skiers, in those cases passport redemption will still be available at the ticket window, however, all guardians or parents skiing with the student will need to purchase their own lift ticket in advance online prior to traveling. We thank you for patience and understanding as we all do our best to ski well and be well.  

Check our current black out dates
Blackout Dates



How it Works

You will be submit your application via the button below, with the one-time $18 processing fee. We’ll e-mail you a passport that gives your 5th grader three free days at EACH of our 17 participating locations, and your 6th grader two free days at EACH of our 17 participating locations.

You can either print the passport and bring it with you or pull it up on your smartphone and present it at the ticket office. Either way, your kid’s skiing free. Of course, a parent or guardian must be present, and the passport must be shown at the resort in order to receive the lift ticket.

Participating ski hills reserve the right to limit passport use for any reason and on any scheduled blackout dates that may apply. Ski Idaho Peak Season Passport is non-transferable and non-refundable. Check with your ski hill for full details.