Are you ready for the Ski season? The mountains are becoming dusted with snow and several resorts opened their doors Thanksgiving weekend. I love taking our boys to ski over the holiday breaks! It is a fun outdoor activity that is a blast to do and you get good exercise. Not to mention the stunning views you see being surrounded by stunning snow.
The Utah Ski and Snowboard Association is a non-profit trade organization that was founded in 1975. Their goal was to help promote Utah’s ski and snowboard industry! They have over 14 resorts across Utah, which is the perfect place to visit over your vacation. Here are 10 reasons why you need to Ski Utah.
Having teens/tweens myself I find that they get bored pretty often. I am always trying to find new and different ways to get our boys outdoors and entertained. The holiday breaks are a great time for us to make those memorable moments that will last them a lifetime and a ski trip is the perfect option! The Ski Utah Passport program is the perfect way for 5th and 6th graders to enjoy their winter fun! 5th graders can ski 3 times at each Utah Resort (14 resorts to choose from) and 6th graders can ski one time at each resort, all for $35!
Talk about a steal! I know anymore the price to activities with the kids can add up fast, and having it be this low price and the variety of resorts they can ski at is a no-brainer for us. It makes the perfect outdoor fun activity. There are a few blackout dates, so make sure to check the list before you head out.
Plus, check out these Passport Coupons where you can find discounts for other activities! Two for one deal, 50% off discounts and much more at select resorts. I am always up for scoring a deal!
Register for your Passport here: https://www.skiutah.com/
If you and your family are planning a vacation and want to get outdoors and enjoy the beautiful snow, check out Ski Utah! Perfect for all your snowboarding and skiing needs.
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