Original Resort Opening: 1924
|8,200 feet.||East Mountain Peak|
|6,600 feet.||East Mountain Base|
|8,000 feet.||West Mountain Peak|
|7,000 feet.||West Mountain Base|
|7,800 feet||North Mountain Peak|
|7,200 feet.||North Mountain Base|
|6,000 feet.||Wrightwood, CA|
Vertical Rise: 1,600 feet
Skiable Terrain: 290 acres
Permit Terrain: 515 acres
Average Annual Snowfall: 116 inches (20 yr average)
Average Length of Season: Early November - Late April
Snowmaking: Coverage on 80% of the resort
Lifts: 14 Total
2 High Speed Quads
2 Quad Chairlifts
2 Triple Chairlifts
5 Double Chairlifts
3 Moving Carpets
Terrain Features: Located throughout the West Resort.
Mountain High is home to not one, but three distinguished resorts. Even though they are only a mile apart, they offer stunning differences in both terrain and atmosphere.
West Resort: The West Resort is filled with a seemingly endless assortment of technical trails and skillfully-designed terrain features for progressive riders and skiers of all skill levels. It is the most youthful of the three areas and the site of many on-hill contests, promotions, and live performances. It is also Southern California's only local resort open seven-nights-a-week peak season.
East Resort: The East Resort boasts the longest trails in Southern California skiing serviced by a single high-speed quad. It is also known for its thrilling moguls, gladed tree skiing areas and breathtaking views of the Mojave Desert. Rising as high as 8,200 feet, the East Resort offers traditional skiers and snowboarders a true alpine experience without having to journey far from home.
North Resort: Mountain High's new North Resort offers 70 acres of beginner terrain perfect for families and introductory skiers. It is also home to the North Pole Tubing Park, the largest tubing area in Southern California. Formerly Ski Sunrise, Mountain High North is located directly across from the West Resort and operates Friday through Sunday peak season.
Free Shuttles: Mountain High offers parking at each of its base areas with free shuttles traveling between the East and West Resorts. Shuttles run continuously from 8:00am to 6:00pm, seven days a week peak season.
Since 1924 winter enthusiasts have visited the Big Pines region of the Angeles National Forest. What was once three separate resorts is now a single destination called Mountain High with 16 lifts, 59 trails, and some of the best skiing, snowboarding, and tubing in Southern California. It is also the closest! Just an hour and a half from downtown Los Angeles with no mountain driving. A typical season lasts from November through April and if you don’t know how to ski and snowboard, we can’t wait to teach you. Thanks to our location, lesson programs, and experienced instructors, you couldn’t ask for a better place to learn. So come discover Mountain High this winter with our deep snow and deeper traditions that spans more than 90 years.