Come "sleigh" the Beast this holiday season. The East Resort is now open top-to-bottom with fresh snow and your single lift ticket is good at both areas. The East Resort boasts the longest trails in the region serviced by a single high-speed quad.  Its long, groomed, cruising trails make it perfect for carving, but it is also home to the Olympic Bowl, the longest, steepest bump run in the region. 

The top elevation is 8,200 feet.  After a quick ascent up the Mountain High Express, you'll find an additional 20 acres of beginner terrain serviced by The Discovery quad chairlift.  This often overlooked area is perfect for learning and designed to stimulate the heart as well as the head. 

When you are ready for a break, have lunch at the Grand View Lodge, located at 8,200' at the top of the East Resort. Pair a delicious menu with alluring views of Catalina Island and the Mojave Desert.

With 1,600 vertical feet of uninterrupted corduroy, the East Resort offers traditional skiers and snowboarders a true alpine experience without having to journey far from home.

Who's going to get FIRST CHAIR at the Beast? We're expecting 6"of new snow tonight followed by another 12" Wednesday night. Please be prepared with chains or 4x4 if you are heading our way. Click here for Road Conditions.


Click here to purchase lift tickets. Thanks to this new snow, tickets will sell out this holiday period. Reserve yours 48Hrs in advance to get the best rate.

Lessons & Rentals

Click here to reserve rentals. Group and private lessons are available daily at the WEST RESORT. Click here to purchase lessons. Tickets, lessons, and rentals must be reserved online and are not sold at the resort. 


Parking is $20 in all main lots, free in the lower lot at West, and free in all lots after 8pm. Learn more on our parking page.

Covid Protocol

  • Guests must wear face coverings when indoors and practice social distancing at all times.
  • If you are feeling sick, please stay home.
  • Be wise...Sanitize! Wash your hands and use hand sanitizer frequently.


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