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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 in California is eligible for a FREE season pass valued at $279 anytime he or she visits Mountain High during the 2014/15 season.


Put down that beach ball and pick up your snowboard because Mountain High Resort is trucking in 40 tons of snow Saturday, October 4th, for the Buck Strikes Back rail jam.  Originally held in 2005, the Buck Off was a signature pre-season competition that set the stage for similar events nationwide.  This season it’s back and taking place on the streets of Wrightwood, CA.  Aside from the early-season shred session, guests can stroll through the vendor village, buy or sell equipment in the giant ski & snowboard swap, chow down on chili from the annual Chili Cook-off, a


Labor Day is behind us and with the forecast of El Nino there are many reasons to get excited about the coming winter.  For avid skiers and snowboarders, now is the best time to save big on season passes to Mountain High, Southern California’s closest winter resort.  Prices start at just $249 for an Anytime Season Pass good any day or night the resort is open, including holidays.  Plus when guests upgrade to VIP for just $49, they receive more than $2,700 in additional ben


Mountain High’s 2014/15 Season Pass is the best value in Southern California and beginning August 30th, anytime season passes are on sale for up to 64% off.  The Wrightwood Resort is also offering Young Adult & College passes to help students save even more.   For as little as $249 (Regular $699) guests can enjoy an entire season of skiing and snowboarding at Southern California’s closest winter resort plus track their days ridden, number of days, vertical feet and more.  Seniors age 70 & over receive a FREE season pass and children ages 6 and under r


Mountain High’s VIP Season Pass is the best value in Southern California and this year pass holders have something new to celebrate.  The Canadian resort, Silver Star, has been added to the list of Powder Alliance resorts and VIP pass holders now receive three free days at this expansive area.  Located high above British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley, Silver Star is a world-class winter destination with more than 3,200 acres of skiable terrain, 128 marked runs, and tons of fresh snow.