Fifth-graders ski free at Stevens Pass all season

Fifth-grade students can get a free season pass to ski or snowboard at Stevens Pass.

The pass is good for the 2013-14 season. The students must be between 9-11 years old and enrolled in a Washington school.

To get the pass, students must show proof of fifth-grade enrollment, such as a report card or school ID.

To get your pass, call 206-812-4510 ext. 4206 or go to guest relations at Granite Peaks Lodge at the ski area.

Get more information here.

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