One option is Ski Utah's 5th and 6th Grade Passport Program, which is offered to kids nationwide. Fifth graders receive three free lift tickets at each of Utah's resorts; sixth grader receive one free lift ticket at each resort.
In northern Utah, Beaver Mountain offers their Learn to Turn program which rewards new skiers and riders with a "Little Beaver" season pass after a series of three lessons! Beginners can also opt to work on their skills utilizing Beaver's magic carpet all day for only $15 or get a Little Beaver all-day chairlift pass for only $25.
Nordic Valley and Brian Head Resort offer FREE skiing and riding for kids 12 & Under, parents just need to register their kids for the Power Pass. Get the Power Pass It's totally FREE – no strings attached!
Brighton Resort kids 10 and under to ski for free all season long with a paying adult.
If you can only make a few turns in the afternoon Alta Ski Area allows skiers to ride the beginner lifts, Sunnyside and Albion, from 3-4:30pm daily, all season long, starting at $59 for four days.
Park City launched Epic SchoolKids in Utah, offering five free days of skiing and riding at Park City for all Utah's Kids, Kindergarten through Fifth Grade. It includes a free lesson during the month of January as well.
Snowbasin's 3 Lift Tickets, 3 Lessons, Season-Long Rental Equipment and a Season Pass for the remainder of the season upon completion of the program for just $499. An exclusive award-winning offer for the never-evers who want to learn to ski or snowboard for a great deal! Adults and children ages 4+ who have never skied before can sign up for the program, complete the 3 all-day lessons and earn a FREE season pass for the remainder of the 2019-20 ski season to practice your new skills. Learn More
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