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Get Out: Discounted Skiing Above the Inversion

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    When smog fills the air, get out and above it by taking advantage of Snowbird Ski Resort's new "Red Air Days" discount.--- When the Utah Department of Environmental Quality throws up red, you can get a discount of $20 off adult Tram and chair tickets (normally $72) while enjoying cleaner air and possibly blue skies at higher elevation. Contact Snowbird ticketing for more info.     Arguably, a red air day won't be an epic powder day, by nature of how inversion works, but a discount is nice either way. Don't forget to do the right thing by not adding to the mucky air and taking the UTA ski bus. Red Air Days @ Snowbird Ski Resort, Hwy 210, Little Cottonwood Canyon, 801-933-2222

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