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

 

17 Mountains. 

18 Bucks. 

 

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Check first. Ski later. 

While most Ski Idaho destinations are allowing unrestricted usage of the Idaho Peak Season Passport, a few of the state's busier ski areas are placing restrictions on it so guests can maintain social-distancing expectations amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Some mountains may not allow students to use the passport on Saturdays, while others may exclude weekends and holidays. Check our button below for a list of scheduled blackout dates and check with your ski hill for full details.


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. 

2022/23 Passport Program will return in October 2022!