Mountain High has been Southern California’s first resort to open for the past 16 years and this winter we are able to make snow even faster with the addition of six (6) new Super PoleCat fan guns from SMI and one swing-arm fan gun from Technoalpine. The SMI Super PoleCat snowmakers are big throw, simple nozzle fan guns that are fully automatic and perf
Mountain High Resort in Wrightwood is embracing the change of seasons with more than $1 Million in improvements. These include a new Rossignol Experience Center, an expanded Children’s Sports Center, new snow cats and terrain features, and more than $300,000 in snowmaking improvements. With opening day less than a month away, it’s time to box up your beach toys and get out your winter gear because we’ll be on the snow before you know it.
Mountain High is where Southern California learns to ski & snowboard, and this year we have increased the size of our Children's Sports Center to accommodate even more students ages 4 to 12. Located adjacent the Bullwheel Grill, this two-story facility is now complete with rentals, restrooms, warming stations and more. Parents can pick up their tickets and rentals here or book online (mthigh.com) and have their lesson packets waiting for them when they arrive. This also guarantees their lesson reservation in case of a sellout.
An early season snowstorm blew through Southern California last week reminding us that winter isn't far away. See the video here.
Traditionally Mountain High opens in mid November but it all depends on the weather. We will be ready anytime after October 31st so whether Mother Nature brings the snow or we crank up our enormous snowmaking system, you can bet opening day is just days away.
Having trouble affording both school loans and lift tickets? Mountain High’s new College Rep program makes it easy. Represent Mountain High at any one of Southern California’s 4-year colleges and receive a 2013/14 Anytime Season Pass ($699 value), a sweatshirt, a t-shirt, and two non-holiday lift tickets to share with family and friends, and additional incentives.
Mountain High Resort is located in the Angeles National Forest under special use permit from the Forest Service. Facilities are operated to prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, religion, sex, disability, familial status or political affiliation.