Kids Free 2 Ski Pass
Children ages 6-12, two days, completely free
For many of us here at The Legend, our lifelong passion for skiing and snowboarding started when we were kids. We want to introduce children to sliding on snow, and pass on our love of skiing and snowboarding to the next generation. Your child (ages 6-12) can ski or snowboard for FREE any two (2) days of our long 2018-19 season with NO BLACKOUT DATES.
Is your child new to skiing? We can help with that! All first-time skiers and snowboarders age 6-12 registered for Kids Free 2 Ski receive 50% off one full-day, first-timer lesson to help get them started. Kids Free 2 Ski pass details
Kids Free 2 Ski first-timer lesson details
- NO BLACKOUT DATES. Kids can use their two free days any two days of the 2018-19 season.
- Sign-ups are required and run from 6/8/18 through 12/17/18.
- Limit one Kids Free 2 Ski pass per child per season.
- Proof of age is required when you pick up your child's pass. You can use a school ID, report card or birth certificate to verify their age.
- After you've signed up, you can pick up your child's two-day pass on-site starting opening day (tentatively scheduled for mid-October 2018).
Picking up your pass
- Your child's lesson includes a full-day, all-mountain lift ticket, so you can save your child's two free days for another time!
- The 50% off KF2S lesson is for first-timer skiers or snowboarders age 6-12 only!
- The 50% off KF2S lesson is for full-day lessons ONLY and may be taken any day between November 17, 2018 and April 28, 2019.
- All lessons must be booked in advance. Please call Guest Services at 888.272.7246 to book your lesson.
- One lesson per child; lesson is NOT transferable to another child.
: You may pick up your pass at the A-Basin Season Pass Office. Office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. seven days a week. Please be prepared with photo ID as proof of age.Have a child age 5 or under? He or she skis FREE every day; just come to the ticket window for your FREE 5 & under lift ticket!
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