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The 2013/14 ski season got under way today in Southern California as Mountain High opened to a full crowd of skiers and snowboarders.  For the past 17 years Mountain High has been the first regional resort to open top to bottom and this season the excitement is evident.  Winter enthusiasts packed the Wrightwood Resort making it one of their best opening days in recent history.  Thanks to a foot of fresh snow and recent snowmaking improvements, Mountain High is now one of only 6 resorts open in the state.  Snowmaking will continue as conditions permit and Mountain High ho


Mountain High Resort in Wrightwood received 12+ inches of new snow from this week’s storm and officially announced it will open tomorrow morning at 8:30am for the start of the 2013/14 winter season.  It’s a special treat to be open for Thanksgiving and resort operators couldn’t be more excited.

Says Karl Kapuscinski, President and CEO, “With so much natural snow and snowmaking this will be one of our best openings in years.


The early bird gets the worm or, in this case, the best price on lift tickets.  Stock up November 29th through December 2nd, 2013, and save up to 40% on lift tickets to Mountain High, Southern California’s closest winter resort, now with more than $1 million in improvements.

Anytime Tickets $49
Adult 8-Hour tickets valid any day or night this season including holidays.  Don’t forget, ages 6 and under and 70+ ski and snowboard for free.  $69 value. 


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.  Read on to see how this year’s improvements are creating a better experience for guests at Southern California&rs


Mountain High is where Southern California learns to ski & snowboard, and this year the Wrightwood resort has increased the size of its Family Learning 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 ( and have their lesson packets waiting for them when they arrive.  This also guarantees their lesson reservation in case of a sellout.