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Denis - DCSki Supporter
one month ago

 http://skiidaho.us/programs/passport?utm_source=OpenSnow&utm_medium=email-banner&utm_campaign=passports%202018 

recently someone asked about this kind of programs in the mid Atlantic and northeast.  I couldn’t find the thread, but this may be of interest for families going west.  It may be for instate residents only, but if so, I didn’t see that. 

one month ago

I guess I have a reason to go to Idaho next winter…

(I wish)

Pennsylvania has the Snow Pass for 4the and 5th graders — no residency restrictions. $40 or so. I used it twice with my 4the grader. Our first trip to Whitetail cost the two of us $55 out of pocket. The next trip, considerably more but less than full freight. Maybe this year, our last of the pass, we’ll get out more than twice and he can ski some blues with me.

Maybe Virginia or West Virginia could do a 6th grader snow pass? :)

- WFY

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22 days ago

Denis wrote:

 http://skiidaho.us/programs/passport?utm_source=OpenSnow&utm_medium=email-banner&utm_campaign=passports%202018 

recently someone asked about this kind of programs in the mid Atlantic and northeast.  I couldn’t find the thread, but this may be of interest for families going west.  It may be for instate residents only, but if so, I didn’t see that. 

In the FAQ’s, it looks like you don’t have to live in Idaho:

8. My child doesn’t live in Idaho, can they still use the passport?
a. Absolutely. Any 5th or 6th grade student is welcome to use the passport if they plan on skiing at any of the participating resorts in Idaho. Find out who is participating at skiidaho.us/programs/passport

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