In exchange for payment, the 2023–2024 Colorado Ski Country USA Ski Passport program provides each 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grade passholder with a digital non-transferable, non-refundable pass which entitles the passholder to whom a pass is issued to obtain complimentary one-day lift tickets, subject to the terms and conditions set forth below, at participating Colorado Ski Country USA (CSCUSA) member resorts during the 2023–2024 season. All CSCUSA participating resorts reserve the right to withdraw from the program at any time and to restrict or prohibit ski lift tickets obtained using the Ski Passport from being used in conjunction with other resort offers or being used by participants in special events or races or competitions of any kind or any kind of resort restriction.
The following CSCUSA resorts are participating for the 2023–2024 season: Arapahoe Basin, Aspen Highlands, Aspen Mountain, Buttermilk, Cooper, Copper Mountain, Echo Mountain, Eldora, Granby Ranch, Hesperus, Howelsen Hill, Loveland Ski Area, Monarch Mountain, Powderhorn, Purgatory, Snowmass, Steamboat, Sunlight, Telluride, and Winter Park.
The passes are valid at participating CSCUSA member resorts during the 2023–2024 ski season. Tickets are not valid on the following holidays: December 25, 2023–January 1, 2024; January 13, 2024–January 14, 2024; and February 17, 2024–February 18, 2024. Tickets are valid at each participating CSCUSA resort during the winter season and are subject to resort opening and closing dates, additional blackout dates, and operational limitations. Late season opening, mid-season and/or early season closing do not warrant refunds or transfers.
The 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grade digital pass may be used to obtain no more than four (4) complimentary one-day child lift tickets at each participating CSCUSA resort during the winter season and is subject to blackout dates. One lift ticket may be obtained per day for either pass. The digital pass or use of the digital pass or of lift tickets obtained with the digital pass may not be transferred or re-sold to any other person, including family members or relatives. It is a violation of Colorado law to resell lift tickets. CSCUSA will immediately revoke a digital pass if the holder transfers use of the Pass, or of any lift ticket obtained with the pass, to another person, for monetary consideration or otherwise. The child passholder must appear at the lift ticket window each time the holder wishes to obtain a lift ticket. One ticket may be obtained per day. While the purchase of an adult ticket is not required, individual or groups of children must be supervised while at the resort. All additional offers are provided to the passholder are intended for the child to whom the pass is issued, unless otherwise noted on the offer. Passholders and their parent(s) or legal guardian(s) are responsible for proper use of the pass at all times.
CSCUSA will revoke and cancel a pass without notice for any misuse. In the event of pass misuse and cancellation, CSCUSA may recover damages to CSCUSA and/or to participating CSCUSA member resorts arising from pass misuse, including reasonable attorney’s fees. CSCUSA reserves the right to modify or cancel either pass program at any time and to modify or cancel all valid passes at any time with or without notice. CSCUSA is not responsible for expenses incurred or opportunities foregone by passholders if CSCUSA modifies or cancels either pass program. All passholders agree to comply with all rules of participating CSCUSA member resorts and with all applicable laws and regulations, including the Colorado Ski Safety Act. An individual is eligible for each grade’s pass only once. Individuals repeating all or a portion of the 4th, 5th, and 6th grade do not qualify for a repeat pass. If an applicant provides any false or inaccurate information in their application, a pass will not be activated. If a pass has already been activated, it will be revoked if it is determined that false or inaccurate information has been provided. All information provided in the application is subject to verification by CSCUSA. All information provided in the application becomes the property of CSCUSA. Information provided by applicants may be used by CSCUSA and its member resorts for verification, marketing, and research purposes. Passholders who have obtained a commemorative passport card may not obtain lift ticket access solely by presenting the ticket card at the window. The lift ticket offices must be able to verify that resort visits are available using the digital passport system before issuing a lift ticket.
The undersigned parent(s)/legal guardian(s) (“Parents”) of the applicant (“Child”) for the Passport Program agree that they have read, understand, and agree to comply with the terms and conditions which are incorporated herein by reference. The undersigned acknowledge and understand that the Child, as a “skier,” ASSUMES THE RISK of the dangers and conditions which are part of the sport of skiing under Colorado Law. Parents acknowledge on Parents’ and Child’s behalf that falls and collisions occur, and injuries or death may result from participation in the sport of skiing. The Parents hereby ASSUME ALL RISKS associated with the Child’s participation in the Program, known or unknown, inherent or otherwise, including but not limited to, injury and/or death to the Child, and HEREBY RELEASE CSCUSA, its participating member resorts, Program partners and sponsors, respective subsidiaries, affiliates, directors, officers, employees, and agents (the “Released Parties”) from ANY AND ALL LIABILITY and/or claims that the undersigned Parents or the participating child may be entitled to bring that arise from the Child’s participation in the Program, including claims based on NEGLIGENCE OR BREACH OF WARRANTY. The Parents AGREE TO INDEMNIFY and hold harmless the Released Parties from any and all claims of the Parents or participating child arising in whole or in part from the Child’s participation in the Program. In consideration for the Child’s participation in the Program, the Parents agree that all claims for injury and/or death arising from Child’s participation in the program shall be governed by the law of the State of Colorado, and exclusive jurisdiction of any claim shall be in the State or Federal Courts of the State of Colorado.