Press Releases


Forecasters are calling for the strongest El Nino since 1997/98 and Mountain High is celebrating with a huge Labor Day season pass sale.  Beginning September 5th save up to $400 on anytime season passes to southern California’s closest winter resort.  Plus, purchase by September 7th and receive more than $200 in added value (listed below).  Everyone who purchases by September 7th is entered to win in the annual “season pass raffle.”


Mountain High is offering Southern California’s skiers and snowboarders an incredible winter deal.  Powder Alliance pass holders now receive three FREE days at Brian Head, UT!  That’s a $162 value. 

Brian Head is Utah’s highest winter resort with a base elevation of 9,600 feet.  It receives more than 400 inches of famous Utah snow annually and was the only ski/snowboard resort in the United States to be honored as a “Top 10 Getaway for Family Travelers” by the Family Travel Forum.


Labor Day is in our sights and with it “back to school” and the pending fall.  It’s a time when winter resorts unveil their seasonal improvements and guests contemplate purchasing a season pass.  Southern California’s light winters have left pass holders wanting though and Mountain High Resort in Wrightwood has taken notice.  New for the 2015/16 season, Mountain High is offering a “Winter Guarantee” to Powder Alliance pass holders that credits them up to 50% of next year’s pass if it is used four (4) times or less.


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.