Press Releases

11/10/2012

Mountain High Resort in Wrightwood officially opens this Sunday, November 11th, marking the start of the 2012/13 Southern California ski season.  The combination of cold temperatures and recent improvements made for great snowmaking and the Wrightwood resort was able to put down 12 to 16 inches of new snow over the past two days. 

Says Ben Smith, General Manger, “We’ve made tremendous improvements to the West base area, our season pass sale is doing very well, and with the hopes of a little extra El Nino snow the stage is set for a great season.”

11/9/2012

Snowmaking operations have officially begun at Mountain High Resort and the Wrightwood resort is making an attempt to open for the 2012/13 season.  The combination of cold temperatures and light natural snow make for perfect conditions and, if things go well, Mountain High could open as early as Sunday morning, November 11th.  If this occurs, Mountain High will be the first resort to open in Southern California for the 16th year in a row. 

11/8/2012

Winter weather whooshes into Southern California this week and Mountain High Resort in Wrightwood plans to begin making snow tomorrow with hopes of opening as early as Sunday morning, November 11th.

10/25/2012

Mountain High is proud to announce the launch of its new action sports video service provided by FrostByte Video.  Proprietary, patent-pending technology automatically captures guests on the mountain then edits their clips, adds music, and creates a personalized movie that can be shared with friends and family through social media, mobile devices, and email. Click here to see a sample video http://youtu.be/N5ckqPEZmAI

10/10/2012

Mountain High Resort in Wrightwood is embracing the change of seasons and the return of El Nino, a wet weather phenomenon that traditionally brings huge amounts of snow to the Southwest.  Accuweather.com stated in a recent article “Some wet, snowy weather for Southern California.  Following a major snow drought in California last year, some good news in store both for the water supply and for skiers in the Golden State.”  If this forecast holds true, Mountain High is poised for a terrific winter with another $1,000,000 in improvements including an enhanced family