Press Releases


Southern California Favorite Becomes only North American Resort in Version 2 of MyTP Snowsports App

Wrightwood, CA – September 9, 2011: Fans of Southern California’s Mountain High Resort can now ski and snowboard its famous runs for free on their Apple iPhones, iPod touches, iPads, and Macs, as well as online from all internet-connected computers at Mountain High is the only North American resort, and one of only three resorts in the world, to be featured in version two of the popular MyTP snowsports games, MyTP Snowboarding 2 and MyTP Freeskiing 2. Mountain High now shares the MyTP game screen with Austria’s Flachauwinkl resort, an internationally renowned snowboarding and freeskiing destination in the Central Eastern Alps, and Laax resort, a snowboarding mecca in the Swiss Alps and site of Europe's largest halfpipe. Also featured are wide open runs of backcountry Alaskan powder.


New Mountain Operations Manager Named Among Industry's "Brightest Young Stars"

Wrightwood, CA – August 31, 2011:

Mountain High Resort in Southern California, one of North America’s top 30 ski and snowboard areas, has promoted two key executives and added another seasoned professional to its 2011-12 management team. Mountain High’s new Vice President of Resort Operations is Ben Smith, who moves up from Vice President of Mountain Operations. Taking over as Mountain Operations Manager is Robert Chacon, who had been Assistant Mountain Manager. Snow sports industry veteran Bert Cook, previously of New Mexico’s Angel Fire Resort, has been named as Mountain High’s new Rentals Manager.


Wrightwood, CA – August 18, 2011:

Mountain High's annual season pass sale begins Friday, August 26th, and adult, anytime season passes will be just $349. That's half price! This makes Mountain High's anytime season pass the best deal of any major resort in Southern California. Shop around and compare for yourself.


Wrightwood, CA – August 15, 2011:  Mountain High is proud to introduce its professional snowboard team for 2011/12: Cory Cronk, Harrison Gordon, Spencer Link, Kyle Lopiccolo, Ryan Paul and Nick Visconti.

Says Brad Farmer, Mountain High Marketing Consultant, "We decided it was important to build a team of riders who could truly showcase the mountain and help us offer the best terrain park possible.”