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 three distinguished resorts. Though only a mile apart, they offer stunning differences in terrain and atmosphere.
West Resort: The West Resort is filled with beginner to advanced terrain plus our world-class terrain park. It is the most popular 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 from 5pm-10pm 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 groomed runs, gladed tree skiing areas, and breathtaking views at the Grand View Lodge. 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. Snow play activities such as tubing, sledding, and scenic sky chair rides are also available top and bottom at our Yeti's Snow Parks.
North Resort: Mountain High's North Resort offers 70 acres of terrific, lower-level terrain perfect for beginners and families. It is also home to our 3rd Yeti's Snow Park with tubing, snowshoeing, and snowplay.
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.