Ski NH - 4th & 5th Grade Snowsports Passport
Every Ski NH downhill and cross country ski area is contributing one free lift ticket, for your fourth or fifth grader.
This program grants your 4th or 5th grader access to a single use day ticket (or night ticket where night skiing is allowed) to use at each of the Ski NH ski areas. That's 32 different areas that your child can get out and explore this season for the one-time purchase of just $59.
This program is open to 4th and 5th graders from near and far--not just New Hampshire residents! Supplies are limited so don't wait to secure your child's Ski NH Passport.
Every area is also including one additional offer; these include savings on first-time and beginner lessons and equipment rentals for your fourth or fifth grader, savings on lift tickets and trail passes for parents and siblings, and more.
Click here to learn more and get your passbook.
See links below for full information
Please note: Pricing, pass availability and restrictions are subject to change at any time and without notice.
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 you are looking for.
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- Check out our Boston Winter Fun Guide for lots more great ideas on things to do with the kids this winter.
- 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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