Vail Resorts’ School of Shred back in session |

Vail Resorts’ School of Shred back in session

BROOMFIELD — School is back in session and so is Vail Resorts’ and Lindsey Vonn’s School of Shred program, offering fifth- and sixth-grade students the best deal on skiing and snowboarding in Colorado with four free, unrestricted days on the snow at each of its Colorado resorts — Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge and Keystone — plus four free days at Arapahoe Basin. In addition, first-timers will receive one free beginner ski or snowboard lesson and rental equipment that can be used from Dec. 2-15 or Jan. 5-31 as part of “Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month.” Parents can enroll their fifth- and sixth-graders in the “School of Shred” program now through Nov. 24.

To sign up to receive the “School of Shred” pass for fifth- or sixth-graders, a parent or guardian must present documentation proving eligibility — such as a report card, school ID indicating grade level for the current school year, or a valid birth certificate — at any resort season pass office or any Front Range Vail Resorts’ Epic Pass sales location this fall. Students must be present at the time of purchase to get their photo taken for their Vail Resorts “School of Shred” pass.

For more information visit or call 800.842.8062.

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