Calling all families who want to ski or snowboard together this season: Colorado Ski Country USA now has passes for teens and parents that work alongside fan-favorite kids’ Ski Passport. The new Gems Teen Pass and Gems Parent Pass are perfect for busy families who love to ski (and ride!) but have other demands on their time during the school season.
“I have high school and middle school students myself, so I know it can be a challenge to fit family ski days in between school, sports, and other activities,” said Sarah Beatty, Director of Communications for CSCUSA. “Our goal is to make skiing and riding more accessible, and our new suite of Gems passes will help get families on the slopes so they can create memories that last a lifetime.”
The new Gems Passes and the Gems Discount Card can be used at 11 CSCUSA Gems ski areas in Colorado: Arapahoe Basin, Cooper, Echo Mountain, Eldora, Granby Ranch, Hesperus, Loveland, Monarch Mountain, Powderhorn, Purgatory, and Sunlight.
NEW Gems Teen Pass (ages 12–17)
NEW Gems Parent Pass
Ski Passport (gr. 3–6)
All Gems products and our kids’ Ski Passport share the same blackout dates: December 25, 2023–January 1, 2024; January 13–14, 2024; and February 17–18, 2024.
Consider our Gold Pass. With unlimited, unrestricted access to 20 of Colorado’s world-class mountains, all winter long, the Gold Pass is your ticket to ride (and ski!) in Colorado Ski Country USA. And it’s fully transferable with no blackout dates, so you can go where the season takes you.