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Mountain High, Southern California’s closest winter resort, just released its spring season pass offer which is sure to have you dancing in your boots.  Beginning Friday, March 1st, skiers and snowboarders can get an adult Anytime Season Pass good for the remainder of this season and all of next for just $299.  That’s a savings of 57% over a traditional single-year pass.  Plus anyone who renews their existing 2012/13 Season Pass by March 10th will receive a FREE Buddy ticket worth $69.


February is the month to ski and snowboard and this winter guests can do it for less at Mountain High.

Express Pass Holders
Use coupon code FEBEXPRESS to receive an adult 8-Hour lift ticket for just $39.  That’s up to 50% off!  Discount valid through February 28th, 2013.  Limit one discount per Express Pass.  Offer not valid President’s Day Weekend, February 16th – 18th


Few things are more romantic than snuggling up the chairlift with your special someone on a beautiful winter’s day.  And this Valentine’s Day you can do it for less at Mountain High, Southern California’s closest winter resort.  Plus the Wrightwood resort is offering a gourmet meal for couples that includes a roses, champagne, chocolate dipped strawberries, and much more.


Mountain High is where Southern California learns to ski & snowboard and this season guests can do it for less.  Every Tuesday through March 26th, 2013, Mountain High Resort in Wrightwood is hosting “Learn To Turn Tuesdays” with lesson packages for both children and adults at just $39.00.  That's a savings of up to 50%.  These Tuesday packages include everything a first-timer needs to get started including a lower-mountain lift ticket, ski or snowboard rentals, and a 1 hour & 45 minute lesson.  Children also receive a Progress Card so parents


Mountain High is proud to announce the opening of Mountain High North, its third resort this Saturday at 9:00am.  Located just ¾ of a mile from Mountain High West, the North Resort offers 70 acres of terrific beginner to intermediate terrain, one quad chair lift, and a 6,000 sq ft base lodge with restaurant facilities and giant, log-burning fireplace.  Without snowmaking, the North Resort relies on Mother Nature but luckily for skiers and snowboarders more than a foot of new snow has fallen in recent weeks making this opening possible.