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Mountain High’s Season Pass Sale begins Labor Day weekend and this year Powder Alliance pass holders have something new to celebrate.  The Canadian resort, Whitewater, has been added to the list of Powder Alliance resorts and pass holders now receive three FREE tickets to Whitewater good all season long. 


Mountain High, one of Southern California’s more popular skiing/snowboarding destinations, narrowly avoided a raging brush fire last night thanks to the hard work of local firefighters and employees.

Photos show the fire starting just before 10pm and burning up through an area just off Highway 2 towards Mountain High’s North Resort, formerly known as Table Mountain.  Though the fire got close, no structures were damaged and Mountain High’s East & West Resorts were never threatened. 


Mountain High is dedicated to keeping Southern Californian’s in the snow and the light winter has created a terrific opportunity for regional skiers and snowboarders ready to commit early and save.  For a few more days Mountain High is offering 2015/16 Anytime Season Passes at their lowest rates of the season; $199 for renewals and as little as $229 for Young Adults, ages 13 to 21.  That’s a savings of 64% and prices only go up in the fall.  


Winter weather has returned to Southern California, just in time for Mountain High’s Spring Season Pass Sale.  Now through March 31st, skiers and snowboarders can purchase an adult Anytime Season Pass good for the remainder of this season and all of next for just $249 ($229 for Young Adults ages 13 to 21).  That’s a savings of 64% over a traditional single-year pass.  Plus guests can upgrade to a VIP Season Pass for just $50 more and receive terrific benefits like free tickets to the North Pole Tubing Park, discounts on lessons and rentals, and three fr


More than a foot of new snow fell overnight at Mountain High and, after being closed for the better part of a week, the Wrightwood resort is reopening for skiing and snowboarding tomorrow (Tuesday) from 8:30am to 4pm.  The area looks like the North Pole with snowcapped trees and light flurries falling from the sky.  Mountain High will augment the natural snow with snowmaking to deepen the coverage on its most popular trails.  Terrain will be available for every level of skier and snowboarder and the resort’s Winter Sports School is in full operation offering lessons for