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Colorado Ski Country goes digital for 5th, 6th grade student passports

Posted at 8:39 AM, Jan 14, 2020

COLORADO — Colorado Ski Country is doing something new and issuing digital ski passports for fifth and sixth grade students this year.

This year, the student passports will be online. To claim ski lift tickets, Colorado Ski Country says the student will just need to give their full name and birth date.

The fifth grade passport gives the child three days at each of Colorado Ski Country's 22 resorts at no cost. Sixth grade students with a passport will have four days at each resort for $130.

These ski areas can be used with the passports:

  • Arapahoe Basin
  • Aspen Highlands
  • Aspen Mountain
  • Buttermilk
  • Cooper
  • Copper Mountain
  • Echo Mountain
  • Eldora
  • Granby Ranch
  • Hesperus
  • Howelsen Hill
  • Kendall Mountain
  • Loveland Ski Area
  • Monarch Mountain
  • Powderhorn
  • Purgatory
  • Snowmass, Steamboat
  • Sunlight
  • Telluride
  • Winter Park
  • Wolf Creek

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