Oct 15 2013
Oct 15 2013
Being a college student can be tough on the wallet, and so can a season pass to most resorts these days. But if you’re a student along the Wasatch front, how can you resist taking a study break to get out into the mountains as they get pummeled with The Greatest Snow on Earth. Thanks to student clubs and discount programs, this is a reality, even for you penny pinchers.
Resorts know that as students you work hard, and in turn, want you to play hard. Can’t decide on where to ride or who has the best deal for you? Check out these student hookups to find something that best suits you and your budget.
Alta - $599
Beaver - $360
Brian Head - $399
Brighton - $499 Before Oct. 31st/ $599 After Oct. 31st
Canyons/Park City Mountain Resort - $399
Eagle Point - $274
Snowbird - Chairs - $599 / Tram & Chairs $729
Solitude - $499
Sundance - $425 Before Oct. 31st/ $525 After Oct. 31st
Nordic Valley - $225
If you’re a U student, chances are you’ve heard of One Love or Utah Freeskier Society. The popular ski and snowboard clubs get even better rates on your favorite local resorts and have a variety of perks to add, including movie premieres, discounts on sponsor gear and more. Not to mention it’s run by students who share the same love for winter as you. Membership is cheap, exclusive to U students, and they’ll even submit the pass paperwork to the resort for you! To get the most out of your winter in Utah, find their booths on campus near the Union building or visit their websites to learn more.
Westminster students can take advantage of similar deals and events through the Wesminster Ski & Snowboard Club. Find updates and photos of events on their Facebook page. Membership is free this year, just remember to get your pass forms in soon as deadlines are looming.
What are you most excited for this coming season?
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