Wrightwood, CA – November 23, 2007:  Mountain High is proud to

announce it will open top-to-bottom tomorrow, Saturday, November 24th. 

Snowmaking has been very strong and the Wrightwood Resort is excited to be able

to accommodate guests this Thanksgiving Weekend.


Says Karl Kapuscinski, President, “This is the first

time in the last three years that we have been open for the Thanksgiving

weekend so we are off to a good start.  Our snowmaking team has done a

terrific job and there is good coverage top to bottom on all open



Up to three lifts will be available accessing beginner and

intermediate terrain.  Trails will consist of Upper Chisolm, Lower Chisolm and Cruiser creating a top-to-bottom run

spanning 1 ¼ miles.  Sunnyside, an excellent beginner trail, and the Playground Jib Park

may be open as well.  Snowmaking is expected to continue this week and

there is a slight chance of natural snow on Tuesday so guests can expect to see

new runs opening daily. 


For freestyle skiers and snowboarders up to ten jibs will

be on the mountain including new features built this season. 


Operating hours will be 8:30am to 10:00pm on weekdays and

8:00am to 10:00pm on weekends meaning night skiing will be available on opening

day.  Early season ticket rates are $40.00 for an adult 8-hour ticket,

$35.00 for an adult 4-hour ticket, $30.00 for an adult Night ticket from 5pm to

10pm, and $20.00 for a Child’s ticket for ages 7 to 12, good all day

long.  Discount tickets such as the 6-Pack and the Quad will be accepted

as well.  Sales will be restricted to reflect the limited terrain so

guests are advised to arrive early.  This applies to season pass holders

as well.


For first-timers, rentals will be available at the regular

rate however the Winter Sports School has not yet opened for the season.


This year Mountain High invested more than $1 Million in

the resort including increased snowmaking, a remodeled base lodge, expanded

tubing facilities and new terrain features.  Beginners will also enjoy

$130,000 worth of new rental equipment and a new Hospitality Hut for the

Children’s Academy.


For snow reports, weather forecasts and updated road

conditions, guests are advised to visit  There they will find

everything they need for a great day on the slopes including discount ticket

programs, daily photos and live cameras.  Guests can also have the snow

report sent to their E-mail or text-enabled cell phone by signing up for the

free Powder Alert.


If you would like to take pictures or shoot video for a

winter story, we would be more than happy to accommodate you.  Photos and

live streams can also been seen at Mountain High’s website,  For more information, please contact John McColly, Director

of Marketing, at (760) 316-7803, cell 760-221-3945, or