Ski Vermont 5th Grade Passport
Ski Vermont's Fifth Grade Passport program provides fifth graders access to more than 90 days of skiing at our participating member ski areas when accompanied by a ticket or pass-holding adult.
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With your fifth grader, explore the unique experience that each ski area has to offer.
COVID Year Bonus
**Ski Vermont will be extending the Fifth Grade Passport for the 2021-2022 season to Sixth Graders since we were unable to offer the program last winter due to COVID restrictions. Proof of grade is required for all participants.**
Skiing and riding are magical sports and that can change lives, supporting healthier decisions and experiences that can last a lifetime.
There is no better time to fall in love with snow-covered mountains of Vermont than during the final years of care-free adolescence.
To help our youth get to the hills, Ski Vermont offers participating fifth graders up to 90 free days of skiing and riding at Vermont’s alpine and Nordic resorts with the Fifth Grade Passport
Parents can also download and print the application here.
Mail or email the application along with proof of 5th grade status (recent report card or copy of birth certificate) and send in a check for the $10 processing fee.
Please mail to:
Attn: Fifth Grade Passport
PO Box 368
Montpelier, VT 05602
When Will I Receive My Passport to Fun?
Passports will not be mailed until late November. They are valid Dec 1-May 1 and mailed just prior to Dec 1. Please allow for 2 weeks processing during the season.
How Does it Work?
Passport holders receive a booklet containing coupons for free alpine lift tickets or cross-country trail passes at each resort. (You’ll get three coupons for alpine resorts, and either one or three coupons for Nordic centers, depending on the resort).
Rules and Regulations…
Passport holders need to be accompanied by a ticket or pass holding adult and each adult may bring up to two Passport holders. Passport coupons are not valid with other offers or discounts applied to the child. Passports are valid Dec. 1 - May 1 excluding blackout dates. For more information call (802) 223-2439 or inquire with the ticket office of the resort you plan to visit.
Be sure to check out our guide on all the places you can go skiing near Boston here. There are over 40 ski venues within driving distance of Boston, so you are sure to find a mountain that has the terrain and amenities that you are looking for.
- Downhill skiing is another great way to get outdoors and explore trails covered with snow. Visit our guide to Skiing Near Boston to find some terrific Ski Resorts near you.
- If downhill skiing isn't your thing, snow tubing or cross country skiing is another option to get out into the wilderness, and explore trails covered with snow.
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