I Ski NY Free for Kids Passport – With most of the United States currently buried under snow, the ski season is gearing up for excellent conditions to hit the slopes. In addition, the resorts are pulling out some of the cost restrictions that may keep you and your family off the slopes. For those looking to hit the slopes in New York, we have the offer to help your student ski for free.
The website ISkiNY has a program where 3rd and 4th grade students can ski for free at various resorts across the State when accompanied by a paying adult.
The wonderful thing about the New York student program is that it is not limited to residents of the State. Any student from the United States or Canada can apply for the I Ski NY Free for Kids Passport and participate in the program.
Feeling energetic? The I Ski NY Free for Kids Passport program allows students to ski up to 3 times at each participating resort.
In addition, if your child has never set foot in skis and you want them to learn, the I Ski NY Free for Kids Passport program allows students (and accompanying parents at discount) to learn for free!
So which resorts are covered for the 2013-2014 I Ski NY Free for Kids Passport program?
- Belleyare Mountain
- Big Tupper
- Bristol Mountain
- Catamount Ski Area
- Dry Hill Ski Area
- Four Seasons Golf and Ski Center
- Gore Mountain
- Greek Peak Mountain Resort
- Holiday Valley Resort
- Hunter Mountain
- Kissing Bridge
- Labrador Mountain
- McCauley Mountain
- Mt. Peter
- Oak Mountain
- Peek ‘n Peak Resort
- Plattekill Mountain
- Powder Mills Park
- Royal Mountain
- Snow Ridge
- Song Mountain
- Swain Resort
- Thunder Ridge
- Titus Mountain
- Toggenburg Mountain
- Tuxedo Ridge
- West Mountain
- Whiteface Mountain
- Willard Mountain
- Windham Mountain
- Woods Valley
Specific restrictions from each location can be found on the official participating resort list.
How do I apply for the I Ski NY Free for Kids Passport
Fortunately, applying for the I Ski NY Free for Kids Passport is relatively easy. Simply print and fill out the application, and submit a copy of the students report card or some other type of identification proving their student status. A $22 fee must also be submitted for each student.
For those living within a reasonable distance from any of the participating resorts, the I Ski NY Free for Kids Passport program is an awesome opportunity to get the kids out on the slopes.
I did not learn the advantages and wonderfulness of skiing until high school, so giving kids the chance to ski at an earlier age is a fantastic opportunity to get outside during the cold winter months.
For reference, here are some other great skiing offers going on this season.
- 2014 BOGO Ski Free Lift Tickets via Shell Gas Stations
- 2013-2014 Pennsylvania 4th & 5th Grade Snowpass
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Source: Families Go Travel
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