Press Releases

2/21/2012

Southern California is on track for a tremendous snow year in 2012/13 if recent reports hold true.  Mountain High’s 14 year average is 143 inches per season, 40% more than the Big Bear Resorts, and forecasters are calling for even greater amounts next winter.  Why?  Big snow years tend to follow light snow years as demonstrated by seasons 1997/98, 2001/2000, and 2004/05.  Each of these winters saw more than 250 inches of snow with a record high of 310 inches in 1997.  Plus, after two strong La Nina seasons, the return of the El Nino weather

2/21/2012

Mountain High Resort and Aerial 7 have teamed up to create a unique listening lounge at the resort where the public can take a break, put their boots up, and relax with their favorite tunes. This area has custom couches and A7 listening stations that can be activated with any media device.  The listening lounge is just inside Mountain High’s main base lodge so when you are grabbing lunch and need to take a break, it’s the perfect place to take a load off and demo the latest headphones from Aerial 7.
 

2/6/2012

The $20,000 Cholula Triple Air Show returned to Mountain High on Saturday, February 4, 2012, offering the largest prize purse in Southern California.  Now in its fourteenth year, the event continues to gain strength with many raving this year’s course was the best it’s ever been.

1/30/2012

Mountain High is proud to announce its latest snowboarding game, the Cholula Triple Air, available on both PCs and Macs.  Ever dream of flying over 70 foot kickers throwing back to back switch Rodeo 900s, Double Back Flips, and Triple Cork 1260s?  Well now you can!  Mountain High has made it easy with their new Cholula Triple Air game and, best of all, it’s FREE!  Just click the link to start playing now http://mthigh.com/archive/pages/MyTP/index.html
 

1/30/2012

Mountain High is proud to announce two members of its newly formed professional snowboard team medaled in the Snowboard Street event at the 2012 Winter X Games in Aspen, Colorado.  Ryan Paul took Silver with his impressive technical tricks including a 270 onto the Jersey Barrier to 450 out, a gap to 50-50 on the down-flat ledge to a backflip out, and a Cab 180 to 50-50 on the ledge to backside rodeo out.  Nick Visconti held off some series competition to win the Bronze with his smooth style and hammer tricks including a hardway cab 3 on the down rail, a 270 onto the curved C-rail,