Skiing and snowboarding can be an expensive sport, especially when you have to buy multiple lift tickets for the family.
Add on the fact that kids grow out of their equipment almost every year. It's no wonder that the three words parents like to hear are 'kids ski free'.
Below are the Utah Resorts that offer some type of reduceed rate or discount for families skiing with children. Adults must be paying for their lift tickets for children to be eligible for discounts.
Salt Lake Area Resorts
Alta Ski Resort
Offers Reduced Rates For Children Aged 12 And Under
Brighton Ski Resort
Offers Reduced Rates For Youths Aged 12 And Under - First 2 Children 10 & Under Free with Paying Adult
Snowbird Ski Resort
Offers Reduced Rates For Youths Aged 12 And Under - Children 6 & Under Ski Free with Paying Adult
Solitude Ski Resort
Offers Reduced Rates For Kids & Children Aged 13 And Under - Children 6 & Under Ski Free with Paying Adult
Park City Resorts
Park City is Utah's go to destination for families looking for the full ski town experience.
Boasting two individual resorts as well as a tons of shops, restaurants and off-slope activities.
Park City Mountain Resorts provides a number of family-friendly tools including its Kids Signature Programs.
In addition to skiing, Park City Mountain Resort offers an ice skating rink at the base.
Deer Valley Ski Resort
Offers Reduced Pricing with rates that Fluctuate by Dates for Kids 4 to 12 & Tots 3 & Under
Lofty Peaks Snowmobile Rentals & Tours. 2 Locations, above Park City & at Snowbird. Utah's Oldest, Largest and Still the Best! New snowmobiles, groomed trails and great meadows to play in. Longest season - November till the first of May.
Lofty Peaks Snowmobile Rentals & Tours Official Website Free 10% Off Coupon
Welcome to Ski Salt Lake's Vacation Planner for 2017
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Imagine skiing endless untracked powder snow. To me, it feels peaceful and gentle, sort of like floating.
It's quiet - except for the 'Wows' and various screams of joy around you.
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