Sleeping Giant Opens December 14th
Written by andrew-rossi on November 28, 2018
Sleeping Giant has set their opening date for the season.
Representatives for the ski hill near the East Entrance to Yellowstone say that, weather permitting, they will be opening December 14th and 15th for skiers, snowboarders and others who recreate at Sleeping Giant.
Jen Talich told listeners of KODI’s Partyline show yesterday that they chose a two-day opening to appeal to a wider range of snow lovers.
And if you’ve got a fifth or sixth grader in the family, you’re in luck – Talich says that all fifth graders ski for free at Sleeping Giant, and sixth graders can get a pass for six visits for just sixty dollars.
Families will get assistance again this year from the City of Cody and the Shoshone Recreation District, who are subsidizing the ski bus that will take kids and adults from Cody up to Sleeping Giant on Saturdays for a round trip cost of just $5. The bus will make stops at McDonalds and Walmart in Cody in the morning, making a stop at the Wapiti school on its way up the North Fork, and then will leave the resort at 4:15 p.m.
Information about season passes and lift tickets can be found on the website skisg.com.