Purchase your season pass this Labor Day weekend and be eligible to win a lifetime of skiing and snowboarding!
Celebrate Spring Break on the mountain, March 31st & April 1st. Events include Miss Mountain High, 80s Costume Contest, and Giant Easter Egg Hunt
Ski Or Snowboard The Rest Of This Winter And All Of Next For Just $299
Mountain High to offer lesson specials for beginners to learn the sport
Skiers and snowboarders dressed in Santa Claus costumes are invited to Mountain High, Sunday, December 17th, to participate in the third annual Santa Sunday.
Mountain High officially kicked off its 2017-18 season December 6, 2017
Southern California's closest winter resort is busy making snow for the start of its highly anticipated season
Purchase a 17/18 Season Pass for just $299 and ski/ride the rest of this spring for free. Sale begins March 1st.
More than four feet of new snow has fallen in the past week making January the snowiest month in the past 5 years.
Join Mountain High as we celebrate the holidays with Santa Sunday. Dress up as Santa and receive a free 8-Hour ticket with $20 donation to Protect Our Winters (POW).
16/17 Season Pass holders can now ski or snowboard at Mt Baldy up to three times FREE each season, non-holiday.
Winter is coming and for 10 straight days Mountain High is rolling back season pass prices to their lowest rates of the year. Purchase by 9/11 and get a FREE Buddy Ticket worth $74.
Who really has the most consistent powder on the planet? Kiroro Snow World in Hokkaido is making a serious claim for the title. Mountain High pass holders now receive three (3) FREE days at this exciting, international destination plus 13 other Powder Alliance resorts.
Includes 45 days at 15 premiere mountain resorts including Crested Butte, CO, Sierra At Tahoe, CA, and Brian Head, UT.
January’s arrival marks the start of “Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month” and the resort is participating in the World’s Largest Ski and Snowboard Lesson Day set for Friday, 1/8
Mountain High enjoyed a successful Christmas season and, thanks to the current El Niño weather pattern, its East Resort is expected to open Friday, January 8.
Dozens of Santas hit the slopes at Mountain High in the name of charity. Skiers and snowboarders dressed in full Santa Claus costumes to raise money for Protect Our Winters (POW).
Bring an unwrapped new toy or three non-perishable food items to Mountain High between December 12th & 18th and receive $10 off one adult, 8-hour lift ticket rate or $5 off one adult night ticket rate.
Mountain High and Snow Valley have partnered up to give unprecedented value to skiers and snowboarders this winter.
Cold temperatures and recent snowfall will allow Mountain High to open for the 2015-2016 season on Friday, November 6. Mountain High invites skiers and snowboarders to take advantage of the cooler weather by kicking off the season on Cruiser trail and testing out tricks in the rail garden.
Mountain High Resort is Southern California's closest winter resort with three great mountains and a world class terrain park only an hour and a half from down town Los Angeles.
Huge shout out to all the riders and sponsors who came out for this year's 2015 Buck Off Rail Jam & Season Pass Sale. The top buck has been crowned!
Temperatures just recently hit triple digits in Southern California, but there is a 100 percent chance of snow on Oct. 3 in Wrightwood, Calif. More than 60 tons of snow will be trucked into town for the 2015 Buck Off Rail Jam.
Southern California’s light winters have left pass holders wanting more and Mountain High Resort in Wrightwood has taken notice. New for the 2015/16 season, Mountain High is offering a “Winter Guarantee” to Powder Alliance pass holders that credits them up to 50% of next year’s pass if it is used four (4) times or less.
Says the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, "There is a greater than 90% chance that El Nino will continue though the winter of 2015/16, and around an 80% chance it will last into early spring."
Mountain High's El Nino Season Pass Sale is on now through October 31st! Anytime season passes start at just $249 for Young Adults (13-21) and $299 for adults. Regularly $699 adult, you save up to $400 during this limited time offer.
Forecasters are calling for the strongest El Nino since 1997/98 and Mountain High is celebrating with a huge Labor Day season pass sale. Beginning September 5th save up to $400 on anytime season passes to southern California’s closest winter resort
New for 2015/16, Powder Alliance pass holders now receive three FREE days at Brian Head, UT! That’s a $162 value.
Mountain High is offering Southern California’s skiers and snowboarders an incredible winter deal. Powder Alliance pass holders now receive three FREE days at Brian Head, UT! That’s a $162 value.
Southern California’s light winters have left pass holders wanting though and Mountain High Resort in Wrightwood has taken notice. New for the 2015/16 season, Mountain High is offering a “Winter Guarantee” to Powder Alliance pass holders that credits them up to 50% of next year’s pass if it is used four (4) times or less.