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The Yeti's Snow Park at Mountain High's East Resort is currently open Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays & holidays with tubing and snow play. Guests can slide down 4 lanes in the tubing park or meet the Yeti & friends in the snow play zone. Future activities include ice skating, a snow climbing wall, the Yeti’s cave, and scenic sky chair rides. Please note there is a $20 parking fee for all vehicles.

Tickets are sold first-come, first-served at the ticket windows in conjunction with the next available session. It is not possible to purchase tickets in advance.

Snow Park Tickets (all ages)Price
Tubing: 2hr Session $30
Snowplay: 2hr Session $20

-Tubes are included in the ticket price.
-Children under 36 inches tall are not permitted for safety reasons.
-Children 36 to 42 inches must accompany a parent in a separate tube.
-36-42 Inches w/ paying adult: $25

Operating Hours
Fridays: 9:00am-4:30pm
Weekends & Holidays*: 8:30am-7:00pm
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Holidays include December 22-31, 2018.  January 1-6, 19-21, February 16-18, 2019. Space is limited so please arrive early. Sessions may sell out up to 2 hours in advance. 

Tubing Sessions (When Available)

  • 8:30am - 10:00am: Sold Out 2/17
  • 10:15am - 12:15pm: Sold Out 2/17
  • 12:30pm - 2:30pm: Sold Out 2/17
  • 2:45pm - 4:45pm: Sold Out 2/17
  • 5:00pm - 7:00pm: Sold Out 2/17

Snow Play

  • Children 3 & under must be accompanied by a paying adult.

Directions

The East Resort is located at 24510 Highway 2 in Wrightwood. For general directions to Mountain High, please click here.

What To Expect 

Temperatures in the mountains average 20 to 30 degrees colder than the cities, but staying warm is easy. The best choice is water-resistant, layered clothing that can be added or removed as the weather changes. It is always best to be prepared as conditions can and do change rapidly at high elevations. If your clothes are not water resistant, a water repellent spray can be applied. With your equipment, be sure to include warm gloves and a hat or beanie. Remember, the majority of your body's heat is lost through your head. A simple beanie can do wonders to keep you warm, especially during a storm or periods of snowmaking.

Ultraviolet rays are more powerful at high elevations as well. Regardless of skin color or complexion, everyone needs to wear protective sunscreen and UV-certified sunglasses even on overcast days since ultraviolet rays can penetrate the cloud cover. Should you forget any of these important items, the Mountain High Sport Shops, located at both resorts and in the town of Wrightwood, carry the latest in clothing and equipment for winter enthusiasts.