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4th & 5th Graders Ski Free

The Pennsylvania Ski Areas Association has a special program for 4th and 5th graders to ski or snowboard for free at participating Pennsylvania ski resorts — some only a little over an hour away! While you do not have to be a Pennsylvania resident to take advantage of this program, there are some important rules and regulations (see below).

There is just a one-time processing fee (price reduced if the application is submitted before December 1, 2017); the snow pass is good for:

• One free learn to ski/board package (beginner lift, lesson, rental equipment)
• Three free lift tickets for each of the participating Pennsylvania Ski Areas
• A 50% discount on a first-time package (beginner lift, lesson, and rental equipment) for the accompanying adult

Participating resorts close to Northern Virginia include:

Whitetail Resort | Mercersburg, PA
About 85-miles from Dulles International Airport

Roundtop Mountain Resort  | Lewisberry, PA
About 110-miles from Dulles International Airport

Blue Knob All Seasons Resort | Claysburg, PA
About 160-miles from Dulles International Airport

Seven Springs Mountain Resort | Seven Springs, PA
About 185-miles from Dulles International Airport

This unique program has important rules and restrictions. Click here to learn more and apply for your snow pass.

Disclaimer/Terms: This opportunity is subject to last minute cancellations and changes that might not be reflected in this post. Please, always confirm by calling/clicking.

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