Solitude announces military season pass will fund Military to the Mountains initiative

Priced at $149, Solitude's 2024-25 Military Season Pass is available to active and retired military, veterans and spouses

SALT LAKE CITY — Solitude Mountain Resort announced today that proceeds from its 2024-25 Military Season Pass will benefit the High Fives Foundation’s Military to the Mountains program.

According to a press release from the High Fives Foundation, the Military to the Mountains initiative is a ten-week program designed to give injured veterans the chance to experience transformative outdoor activities.

With the purchase of a Military Season Pass, active and retired military personnel will directly contribute to the program, supporting its mission of providing veterans with healing and re-connection opportunities in the mountains.

“This partnership with Solitude Mountain Resort is giving back to veterans & first-responders that have suffered life-changing injuries who have served our country to protect and provide freedom,” said Roy Tuscany, CEO of the High Fives Foundation. “The Military to the Mountains program is an opportunity to share the freedom of sliding on snow, with this community to give them the ability to heal in the mountains and find the beauty of resilience and camaraderie thru the joys of skiing and snowboarding.”

In addition to offering unlimited access to Solitude, this year’s Military Season Pass also provides pass holders with access to limited blackout dates, summer lift rides, eight discounted friends and family lift tickets, and discounts at select dining locations and Canyon Fever.

For more information or to purchase a pass, visit the High Fives Foundation website.

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