Sun Mar 26
Spring-A-Ma-Jig, Mountain High’s annual spring break celebration, returns Sundaym March 26th, with classic events like the Frozen T-Shirt Contest and the Miss Mountain High bikini pageant. Spring-A-Ma-Jig is fun for the whole family. There are activities for both kids and adults and all events are free with paid admission. Come enjoy the warm weather and fun, spring conditions at Mountain High’s signature spring break event, Spring-A-Ma-Jig.
Some events are weather dependent. Activities such as Pond Skimming or Miss Mountain High will not be held if it is snowing or raining. Please check this page or the snow report prior to heading up.
11:00am Big Ollie – Snowboarders must “ollie” as high as they can in this heart pumping competition. The bar goes up after each round until only one rider remains.
12:00pm Tug O War – A new spin on an old favorite. This Tug of War takes place in the snow and the loosing team might end up in the pond.
1:00pm Frozen T-Shirt Contest – 10 t-shirts have been frozen in the icy tundra of Mountain High’s North Resort and the competitors must break them apart and put them on. First one to dawn their frozen shirt wins a goody bag filled with Mountain High swag.
3:00pm Miss Mountain High - Help us pick the new Miss Mountain High. The pageant is free to enter and the winner takes home a 2017/18 Season Pass. All contestants must be 18 years of age or older. Check-In takes place at the Mountain High tent on the West deck from 11:00am to 12:00pm. Competition kicks off at 1:00pm. Immediately following the event is a meet & great with the new Miss Mountain High. This is one of Mountain High’s most popular event so guests are encouraged to arrive early for the best seat.
- Bring some "walking around" clothes. It may be chilly.
- Bring a friend to hold these clothes and help you keep warm before and after your appearance.
- Bathing suits should be tasteful. We prefer no thongs. Bikinis are not provided.
- Mountain High has the rights to all photos and video it shoots at the event. Your image may be used to recap the event, promote future events, and more.