Press Releases

10/10/2012

Mountain High Resort in Wrightwood is embracing the change of seasons and the return of El Nino, a wet weather phenomenon that traditionally brings huge amounts of snow to the Southwest.  Accuweather.com stated in a recent article “Some wet, snowy weather for Southern California.  Following a major snow drought in California last year, some good news in store both for the water supply and for skiers in the Golden State.”  If this forecast holds true, Mountain High is poised for a terrific winter with another $1,000,000 in improvements including an enhanced family

9/17/2012

Mountain High Resort is proud to announce the premiere of its first ever full-length snowboard movie titled, Los Angeles. This special engagement takes place on Friday, September 28, 2012 at the Downtown Independent Theater in Los Angeles with Think Thank’s Mind The Video Man. There will be showings at both 8pm & 10pm, and movie goers are encouraged to buy tickets ahead of time at downtownindependent.com as the venue will sell out.

9/4/2012

Mountain High’s Freedom Pass is the best value in Southern California http://www.mthigh.com/archive/pages/SP_Comparison.html with prices up to 57% off through November 6th.  Now Freedom Pass holders can ski or snowboard for FREE at both Stevens Pass, WA, and Sierra At Tahoe.  That’s three mountains for the price of one!  Plus, if guests order by September 10th, they also receive a FREE Buddy Ticket to Mountain High worth $69.00.

8/17/2012

Freedom isn’t free.  But for Young Adults it’s as little as $299 at Mountain High, Southern California’s closest winter resort.  Located in the San Gabriel Mountains, Mountain High consists of three separate resorts offering trails for the whole family, some of the best terrain parks in the region, and night skiing Wednesday through Sunday peak season.  Their huge Freedom Pass sale begins Saturday, September 1st, and prices are up to 57% off through November 6th, Election Day. 

7/27/2012

El Niño has been known to cause prolific increases in Southern California’s snowfall and this year the National Weather Service is forecasting the return of the wet weather phenomenon in these color outlook maps published July 19th, 2012.