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.
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 offers a $10 ticket ($5 ticket reload) to ski after 3 p.m. on Sunnyside, Albion and Cecret.
Brian Head University Program is our riskfree program for first time skiers or snowboarders of all ages. They guarantee their Terrain Based Learning™ program will have you skiing or snowboarding in just three lessons or you'll receive a full refund.
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
January is Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month. Many of Utah's resorts participate and offer packages similar to a lift ticket, rentals and lessons for $49. Deals are usually updated for the upcoming January LSSM by December.
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