Washington State 5th Graders can receive a FREE Ski & Ride Stevens Pass season pass this winter! Since season passes begin at $389, this is a tremendous savings for 5th graders and their families! Carter Subaru is sponsoring this program to promote family bonding, healthy recreational activities and an appreciation of Washington’s superb natural resources.
Who qualifies for a free Stevens Pass season pass?
Any 5th grade student who is 9-11 years old on December 31, 2017, can qualify for a free Stevens Pass season pass. All you need to do is prove that your student is enrolled in 5th grade and you’re good to go!
How to Get Your Free Stevens Pass Season Pass:
You can prove that your student qualifies by providing proof of 5th grade enrollment. Most students will do this by providing a report card, school ID or teacher’s note. Steven’s Pass also mentions that a certified letter of intent can work for homeschoolers. However, I’m not 100% clear how this works since homeschoolers aren’t required to have their Declarations of Intent signed or certified.
Once you’ve gathered your documentation, you can email it directly to [email protected] The sales team will activate the pass and mail it directly to you! Of course, you can always take your documentation to the Guest Relations desk in Granite Peaks Lodge when you arrive… but emailing it will help you bypass those lines.
For more information about the free 5th grade pass program, please click here.
Wait… What is Stevens Pass?
Steven’s Pass is a premier skiing and snowboarding destination in Skykomish, just an hour and a half away from Seattle (along Hwy 2). The park includes 1,125 acres of ski-able terrain surrounded by Pacific Silver Fir, Mountain Helmlock and Subalpine Fir forests. With winter temperatures average in the mid-twenties, Stevens receives about 460 inches of snowfall each year! For more information about this stunning winter sports arena, please click here.
If you have any questions, please call Stevens Pass Guest Services at (206) 812-4510 or email [email protected]