Three FREE tickets to 13 Powder Alliance Resorts including Crested Butte, CO, Snowbasin, UT, Sierra At Tahoe, and now Whitewater, Canada. That's 39 tickets per season! Imagine...Road Tripping up and down the West Coast for FREE! Visit powderalliance.com for a complete listing of resorts and restrictions.
Three FREE tickets to Brian Head, UT, valid any day with no restrictions. Brian Head is the highest resort in Utah with a base elevation of 9,600 feet. It receives more than 400 annual inches 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. Click here to learn more.
Life happens. It's ok. We understand! If you don't use your season pass more than four (4) times this winter, you'll be elegible for a credit towards next year's season pass. Up to 50%!
Discounts include but are not limited to the following. Please redeem all ticket offers at the Season Pass Window.
Show your VIP Season Pass at these Wrightwood retailers to receive the following discounts.
Mexico Lindo – 5 Cent Margarita with purchase of combo meal
May not be combined with any other offer. Not valid on holidays. One Margarita per pass holder per day.
Treat yourself to something different this season at the North Pole Tubing Park. With up to 10 lanes and 2 moving carpets, the North Pole Tubing Park is Southern California's largest tubing facility. Limit one ticket per day. Click here to learn more.
Receive a FREE season pass to the Sky High Disc Golf Course, voted #3 "most scenic course in the country" by dgcoursereview.com. Valid any day through the end of the 2016 season. Click here to learn more.
Take your skiing and snowboarding to the next level with a lesson from one of our professional instructors. Save $10 every time.
Pick up the latest Mountain High apparel from gloves to goggles to jackets and more. Save 10% on non-sale retail items in the sport shop every day.
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