WRIGHTWOOD, Calif. – Dec. 4, 2018 – Mountain High successfully opened today for the 2018-19 winter season. Around 1,000 guests took to the slopes for their first runs of the year. Recent storms and fresh machine-made snow allowed Southern California’s closest winter resort to open with three lifts, four trails and better-than-normal conditions.

“The new season is here and as a token of our gratitude, all first responders ski or snowboard free through this Sunday (December 9).” said John McColly, Mountain High vice president of sales and marketing.

Early-season tickets are just $59 for adults and kids 12-and-under with a paying adult ski free through December 21 ($25 without). Ticket prices are subject to change without notice.

Operating hours are 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday – Thursday and 9:00am to 10:00pm beginning Friday, December 7. The Big Pines base lodge opens daily at 8:00 a.m. with tickets, rentals, retail and guest services.

All amenities are now available with the exception of lessons, which should be up and running by the coming weekend.

With more snow in the forecast, Mountain High expects to open more lifts and trails in the next few days. For up-to-the-minute details and helpful tips, go to mthigh.com. Check the Mountain High calendar for daily hours of operation and snow report for updated conditions.

For more information on tickets or to purchase Mountain High season passes, click here. Follow Mountain High on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Use #mthigh to get in on the conversation.

About Mountain High

Mountain High is Southern California’s closest winter resort, located just 90 minutes from Los Angeles and Orange County. Mountain High 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 region’s largest tubing areas. Night skiing and snowboarding are available seven nights a week during peak season and snowmaking covers more than 80 percent of the slopes. Visit mthigh.com for more information. Mountain High is an equal opportunity service provider operating under an Angeles National Forest special use permit.

               

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