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September 15, 2014 at 2:18 PM

5th graders ski for free this winter at Stevens Pass

A snowboarder takes a leap at Stevens Pass. (photo by Ken Lambert  /The Seattle Times)

A snowboarder takes a leap at Stevens Pass. (photo by Ken Lambert /The Seattle Times)

Got a 5th grader in the family? He or she can ski or snowboard for free this winter.

Keeping kids involved and interested in outdoor sports can be a challenge, but it’s a lot easier with programs such as this at Stevens Pass ski area.

Through a partnership between the ski area and Carter Subaru, any 5th grader in Washington state is eligible for a free season pass any time he or she visits Stevens Pass during the 2014-15 winter season.

To qualify, kids must have proof of enrollment in 5th grade (such as a report card, school ID or teacher note) and be between the ages of 9 and 11 as of Dec. 31, 2014. Apply for the pass at the ski area’s Guest Relations office in the Granite Peaks Lodge at Stevens Pass Mountain Resort.

More information at 206-812-4510, ext. 4206, or click here.

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