Winter is coming and for 3 straight days Mountain High is rolling back season pass prices to just $299 during our annual Labor Day Sale, September 1st-3rd 2018.  During this time, one lucky person will win a Lifetime Season PassImagine FREE skiing or snowboarding for life at Southern California’s closest winter resort.   Only 500 season passes are available per day so don't delay.  No purchase necessary to win.  Click here for details.

With a season pass to Mountain High, guests get unlimited access to any one of our three resorts, day and night, with no restrictions.  For avid skiers and snowboarders, a $299 Season Pass is the best way to save money and pays for itself in just 4 visits.  New pass holders also receive a FREE Buddy Ticket to Mountain High worth $84 when they purchase by September 3rd, 2018. 

Mountain High is Southern California’s closest winter resort with 3 separate mountains, 16 lifts, 59 trails and more than 290 acres of terrific skiing, snowboarding, and tubing.  This year we are proud to announce the addition of two new snow parks at its East and North Resorts with tubing, snowplay, and introductory lessons.

Anytime season passes start at just $299 for adults, $199 for children 12 & under.  Regularly $699 adult, you save up to $400 during this limited time offer.  Seniors age 70 & over receive a FREE season pass and children ages 6 and under receive a FREE season pass with the purchase of an adult season pass.  Visit for a full list of pricing and benefits.  Beginning September 1st, 2018, passes may be purchased online, at the resort, and by phone at 888 754 7878.  Please note there is a $10 processing for all new passes purchased including senior and children 6 & under. 

Skiers and snowboarders can also customize their passes with Preferred Parking, Fast Pass Lift Lines, and FREE visits to 19 partner resorts. Purchase any three “add-ons” through October 31, 2018, and receive the 4th for FREE:

Purchase any three “add-ons” through October 31, 2018, and receive the 4th for FREE:

  1. Powder Alliance Benefits for $99 – Get 3 days (non-holiday) at 19 premier winter destinations including Snow Valley, CA, Sierra At Tahoe, CA, Sugar Bowl, CA, and many more. Tickets are FREE midweek and 50% off weekends, non-holiday. Tickets are intended for the pass holder themselves and do not need to be used consecutively.  For a list of participating resorts and restrictions visit .
  2. Preferred Parking for $99 – Get Preferred Parking at the West Resort and park up front even on a powder day.  First come, first served OR reserve your spot in advance.  Limited Quantities available.
  3. Fast Pass Lift Lines for $99 – Use Mountain High’s new Fast Pass to skip the lift lines at the Blue Ridge Express (West) and the Mountain High Express (East).  No restrictions. Limit one person per Fast Pass. 
  4. $120 Resort Voucher for $99 – Valid towards any ticket, rental, lesson, retail or food and drink purchase at the resort with the exception of alcohol and season passes.   

Says John McColly, Vice President of Marketing, “Are you ready for the season of a lifetime?  Get your 18.19 season pass to Mountain High this Labor Day and you may be skiing free for the rest of your life.”

For questions or information please contact John McColly, CMO Mountain High & Stevens Pass, at 760-316-7803 or


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Mountain High is Southern California’s closest winter resort, located just 90 minutes from Los Angeles and Orange County. Mountain High Resort consists of three separate mountains: West Resort, East Resort and North Resort. Mountain High offers a wide variety of lifts and trails, a world-class terrain park, an outstanding winter sports school and the San Gabriel Mountain’s largest tubing area. Night skiing and snowboarding are available seven nights-a-week peak season and snowmaking covers more than 80 percent of the slopes. Mountain High, the first resort to open in Southern California for the past 19 years, operates from mid-November to mid-April. Visit for more information. Mountain High is an equal opportunity service provider operating under an Angeles National Forest special use permit.      


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