Ski Free or Almost Free

 

With your gear, jacket, snowpants, mittens, hat, goggles and gas to get there, a day on the slopes can really hit hard in the wallet. Lucky for you, there are some awesome deals you can take advantage of, so mark your calendars!

 

Lookout Pass:

December 9 – KPAX Food Drive - Donate four cans of food and get a free lift ticket. Benefitting Missoula Food Bank.

 

January 26 – KPND Day - Pick up a coupon at Hayden Ski Shack, Spokane Mountain Gear or KPND offices and your lift ticket is just $9.53.

 

Schweitzer Mountain:

December 9 - $10 lift tickets, all e-tickets sold benefit Community Cancer Services and Bonner Partners in Child Care.

 

January 7 – Free cross country skiing, free rentals and lessons from the Sandpoint Nordic Club

 

49 Degrees North:

December 23 – Bring three cans of food to donate to local food banks, and your night ski pass is just $5!

Toyota Ski Free Fridays – Bring your Toyota, Scion or Lexus to the hill with proof of ownership, and the driver receives a free lift ticket. Visit www.toyotaskifree.com for dates and more information.

 

Fifth Grade Passport – Fifth graders all across the region can ski at seven participating mountains for free all winter long. Fill out the information at www.5thgradeskipassport.com.

 

Powder Alliance – Schweitzer season pass holders have the opportunity to ski up to three free days at 14 resorts throughout the west and even Japan. www.powderalliance.com.

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