It's snowing again at Southern California’s closest winter resort. 8 to 10 inches of new snow fell on Wednesday and now both the skies and the roads are clear so get on up here and take advantage of the fresh snow. Both the East and West Resorts are open with terrific packed powder conditions and night skiing is available every Wednesday through Sunday from 5 to 10pm. Take the short drive to Mountain High today. For snow reports and ticket deals visit us online at mthigh.com and remember to like us on Facebook.
The first annual "Shoot The Moon" Event took place February 16, 2013. With a stacked field, snowboarders and skiers from Mammoth, Tahoe, Oregon and more threw down for the $10,000 purse. The course consisted of a 60 foot Big Air Jump into an 18 foot Quarter Pipe. Both snowboarders and skiers pulled out all the tricks with double corks being stomped throughout the event. When it was all said and done Ryan Hryckiewicz and his switch back rodeo 9 would walk away with the win and $2,000 cash for the Men’s Open Snowboard Division. Kyle Lopiccolo, local favorite, won $500 in cash for sending it 13 feet out of the QP which was the highest air of the event. Jason Arens held it down for the skiers taken him fist placed and earning $1,000 cash. Danika Duffy took the win for the ladies with a 540 over the 60 foot jump.
Conditions are perfect thanks to recent snow storms so head on up for a great day on the slopes. Did you know Mountain High is also open at night? 80% of the West Resort is lit from 5pm to 10pm including the terrain park. And Mountain High is just 20 minutes off the 15 freeway so it’s easy to make quick trip up after school or work. See our hours calendar at mthigh.com for a complete listing of dates and times before heading up. For snow reports and ticket deals visit us online at and remember to like us on Facebook.
In this latest Drive In the crew sessions the new Active stair feature while mixing in mid-season some park laps. Featuring riding from Cory Cronk, Kyle Lopiccolo, Trever Haas, Nick Guin, Johnny Miller, Jordan Small and Oliver Dixion.
8 to 10 Inches of new snow has just fallen and both the East and West Resorts are open this weekend with great conditions. Come and get it. All roads open and clear.
Mountain High Resort
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…
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 to open in Southern California each season and the only local area with night skiing seven nights-a-week. Get more at mthigh.com.
Mountain High is home to not one, but three distinguished resorts. Even though they are only a mile apart, they offer stunning differences in both terrain and atmosphere.
West Resort: The West Resort is filled with a seemingly endless assortment of technical trails and skillfully-designed terrain features for progressive riders and skiers of all skill levels. It is the most youthful 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.
East Resort: The East Resort boasts the longest trails in Southern California serviced by a single high-speed quad. It is also known for its thrilling moguls, gladed tree skiing areas and breathtaking views of the Mojave Desert. 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.
North Resort: Mountain High's new North Resort offers 70 acres of beginner terrain perfect for families and introductory skiers. It is also home to the North Pole Tubing Park, the largest tubing area in Southern California. Formerly Ski Sunrise, Mountain High North is located directly across from the West Resort and operates Friday through Sunday peak season.