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3rd and 4th Graders Ski Free in New York State

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I SKI NY and its 52 New York ski areas are gearing up for a snowy season with a stellar line-up of programs and deals for beginners and seasoned skiers alike.

For the 2017-18 ski season, I SKI NY is once again offering the award winning “Free for Kids Passport” program for 3rd and 4th graders. The program allows a 3rd or 4th grader to learn to ski or ride for free at all participating ski areas and / or also ski for free when an adult ticket is purchased.

“Skiing and snowboarding is a healthy, lifelong activity and this program is a great way to introduce kids to the sport,” said I SKI NY President, Scott Brandi. “No other statewide passport program is offered to third graders, and we feel this is a perfect age to get kids started.”

The program is free, but there is a small processing fee to enroll. More information on this program can be found at ISKINY.com.

Celebrating four years of popularity, the I SKI NY “Discover NY Ski Day” will return on Jan. 18, 2018, offering skiers and riders the chance to enjoy ski areas across New York State for as little as $12 per lift ticket. Learn to ski or ride packages are available as part of the event, starting at $25 at participating ski areas. “Discover NY Ski Day” tickets will go on sale in early December at ISKINY.com.

January is Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month, and to kick it off, I SKI NY will once again support this nationwide effort. Check out full details and participating resorts at skiandsnowboardmonth.org.

Exclusive I SKI NY Ski & Stay packages are available at participating ski areas for Jan. 6-7, Feb. 3-4, and March 3-4 with an option to add a third night free. Details and participating ski areas can be found at ISKINY.com

For ski conditions, event information, and the latest ski deals including discounted lift tickets to New York ski areas, visit ISKINY.com.

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