Wrightwood, CA (March 22, 2009) – Winter returned to Mountain High overnight as temperatures dropped nearly 20 degrees in the last 24 hours and snow began falling at 7am this morning. This dramatic change in weather is a welcome treat for skiers and snowboarders looking for a few more powder slashes this season. Weather forecasts are calling for up to four inches of new snow today and the snowmaking crew expects to begin snowmaking this evening.
Mountain High West is open today from 8am to 10pm with night skiing tonight night from 5-10pm. Up to six lifts will be in operation accessing 22 trails with terrain for all levels and abilities. Please note that lifts and trails are subject to change without notice. All trails at West have been groomed and we currently have a 12 to 36 inch base of firm machine groomed snow. Today’s highs are expected to reach the low-30s. All roads are open and clear with no restrictions. For more information please visit mthigh.com.
Special Events – mthigh.com/events
Sunday, March 22nd- Go Country Radio Promo w/ Shawn Parr
Saturday, March 28th- SPRING-A-MA-JIG Spring Break Celebration, Snowboard Mag BBQ
Sunday, March 29th- SPRING-A-MA-JIG Spring Break Celebration
Saturday, April 4th- SPRING-A-MA-JIG Spring Break Celebration
Sunday, April 5th- SPRING-A-MA-JIG Spring Break Celebration, X103.9 FM Miss Mountain High Bikini
Saturday, April 11th- SPRING-A-MA-JIG Spring Break Celebration
Sunday, April 12th- Easter Egg Hunt for Children and Adults
Bounce Back Days
Buy an adult 8-hour ticket and get a Bounce Back coupon for 50% off your next visit any other day this season.
Mountain High is Southern California’s closest winter resort located just 75 minutes from Los Angeles and Orange County. The area consists of three separate mountains (Mountain High East, West, and North), and offers a wide variety of high-speed lifts and alpine trails, the world class Faultline Terrain Park, an outstanding Winter Sports School, and the region’s largest tubing park. Snowmaking covers more than 80% of the slopes delivering consistent snow conditions from November through April. Mountain High is traditionally the first resort in Southern California to open each season and the only local area with night skiing seven nights-a-week. Get more at mthigh.com.