West Virginia Passport Program Returns For Fourth And Fifth Graders


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The annual West Virginia Passport Program is back again for the 2022-23 season.

For the fourth year, the West Virginia Ski Areas Association is offering the popular West Virginia Passport Program to any child in the fourth or fifth grade to ski or snowboard for free during the 2022-23 season.

The program is designed to introduce kids in that age range to the sports of skiing and snowboarding at West Virginia Ski Resorts.

Participating West Virginia resorts include Winterplace, Oglebay, Canaan Valley, Snowshoe and Timberline Mountain.

The passport is $40 plus tax, and may be used to obtain up to three junior lift tickets and one free rental at the participating resorts.

Please note that each ski resort determines the benefits.

For more information (including blackout dates) or to purchase, click here.

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