Parents looking to develop their kids into the next Lindsey Vonn or Shaun White will be delighted to hear at least one ski resort wants to help them churn out the next winter sports prodigy, and it won’t cost them a dime.
Utah-based Brighton Resort is offering parents the chance for kids 7 and under to ski or snowboard for free, day or night, for the whole ski season. Parents or guardians will need to provide a birth certificate or passport as proof of age and eligible children must be within the qualifying age as of Nov. 1, 2010. After Nov. 1, kids must be 7 or under at time of purchase.
For those looking for an express option to head straight to the slopes, Brighton also features a special kids pass for $50 that means no waiting in line at the ticket window.