Press Releases

1/15/2014

Version 3 of Mountain High’s free app for iPhone and Android is filled with enhanced tracking features and better power savings tools.  It allows users to track and share on Facebook and Twitter the number of runs they have done, vertical feet conquered, maximum speed achieved, photos and videos taken, number of days on the mountain and many other metrics. At the day’s end, the app allows users to compare their achievements to those of their friends by easily accessing the data on their smart phone or any online computer. 

12/18/2013

The future of the ski experience is getting personal at Mountain High.  Guests now have the ability to customize their day with new VIP options such as preferred parking, lift line cutting, concierge booking services, and photo souvenirs.

12/7/2013

Mountain High Resort in Wrightwood is supporting the needy families of Southern California this holiday season with a toy and canned food drive sponsored by The Society of Saint Vincent De Paul.  Any guest who brings an unwrapped toy or 3 non-perishable food items to Mountain High between December 9th and December 20th, 2013, will receive $10 off a full-priced adult, 8-Hour lift ticket.  Ticket must be purchased at the time of donation.  This promotion may not be used in conjunction with any other discount or offer.  Donation may not be redeemed for cash.

12/3/2013

The beauty of the winter mountains is something to be experienced by everyone and that’s why Mountain High and Toyota have teamed up to offer FREE season passes to regional 5th Graders in the 5th Grade Pass Program.   Any 5th Grader from San Diego to Santa Barbara and as far East as Las Vegas is eligible for a FREE season pass valued at $279 anytime he or she visits Mountain High during the 2013/14 season. 

11/25/2013

The price of new gear, transportation, and lift tickets is always on the rise.  Mountain High’s Midweek 8-Hour lift ticket at $59 is still a bargain compared to places such as Whistler Blackcomb ($109 Canadian), Montana’s Big Sky ($99), or Aspen Snowmass ($109), but still enough to deter some people from hitting the slopes. While the sport can be expensive, there are plenty of ways to save money.  Here are some ideas: