When SLC Air is Bad, Get High At Snowbird


Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort today announced a new ‘Red Air Days’ discount of $20 off adult Tram and chair tickets on any day issued as a red air quality alert in Salt Lake County by the Utah Department of Environmental Quality.

“We hope this promotion will encourage Utahns to escape the inversion by coming up to Snowbird for a breath of fresh air,” said Snowbird Marketing Director Dave Fields. “Snowbird is completely open and the skiing is really good. Locals should know that even when the air quality is low in the valley, there are likely blue skies and great temperatures for skiing and riding up in Little Cottonwood Canyon.”

Customers are required to ask for the ‘Red Air Days’ discount at the time of purchase to receive $20 off an adult Tram and chair ticket; the offer is only valid for adult Tram and chair tickets purchased on the day of a red air quality day alert, and only on tickets purchased at Snowbird ticket offices. The promotion is not valid between Feb. 12-15 and may end at any time.

Snowbird strongly encourages customers to take advantage of the Utah Transit Authority bus system. A schedule of routes to and from Little Cottonwood Canyon can be found at www.rideutah.com.

Lodging packages are currently available starting at $99 person, double occupancy, with tickets included. For more information, please call (800) 453-3000 or visit www.snowbird.com.

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