Mountain High Opens November 11

by The Editors on November 10, 2012

Mountain High Snowmakig 2They did it! After turning their snow guns on Friday, Southern California’s Mountain High has thrown down 12 to 16 inches of new snow and is ready to fire the lifts up on Sunday, November 11, 2012.

Up to 3 lifts will be available Sunday accessing 4 trails with a good combination of beginner and intermediate terrain. This means there is something for every member of the family including top to bottom terrain features for freestyle skiers and snowboarders. Mountain High offers a full line of rental and retail products along with repair services and food & beverage. The Winter Sports School will also be open with its early-season $99 Special consisting of a lift ticket and one hour private lesson for both children and adults ($140 Value).

For the official word, follow the jump.Mountain High Resort in Wrightwood Opens Tomorrow

Don’t Miss Another Historic Opening Day At Southern California’s Closest Winter Resort

Wrightwood, CA – November 10, 2012: Mountain High Resort in Wrightwood officially opens this Sunday, November 11th, marking the start of the 2012/13 Southern California ski season. The combination of cold temperatures and recent improvements made for great snowmaking and the Wrightwood resort was able to put down 12 to 16 inches of new snow over the past two days.

Says Ben Smith, General Manger, “We’ve made tremendous improvements to the West base area, our season pass sale is doing very well, and with the hopes of a little extra El Nino snow the stage is set for a great season.”

Mountain High spent more than $1 Million this summer updating everything from snowmaking to learning programs to their terrain parks. They also added value to their season pass by offering FREE skiing at Stevens Pass, WA, Sierra At Tahoe, and China Peak, CA. Click here to learn more. http://www.mthigh.com/press-release/enhanced-family-learning-center-all-natural-terrain-park-and-expanded-foggy-goggle-lou

Veterans Day Special
Mountain High is renewing its annual pledge to the Military by offering FREE Skiing on Veterans Day as observed on Monday, November 12th. Requirements can be found at http://www.mthigh.com/news/veterans-ski-free-monday

Operating hours will be 8:30am to 4:00pm through Thanksgiving and tickets will be $45 for adults (Regularly $69) and $25 for children ages 7 to 12. Kids six and under ski FREE with a paying adult. Ticket sales will be limited. Please arrive early for the best experience. Prices are subject to change without notice.

Up to 3 lifts will be available Sunday accessing 4 trails with a good combination of beginner and intermediate terrain. This means there is something for every member of the family including top to bottom terrain features for freestyle skiers and snowboarders. Mountain High offers a full line of rental and retail products along with repair services and food & beverage. The Winter Sports School will also be open with its early-season $99 Special consisting of a lift ticket and one hour private lesson for both children and adults ($140 Value).

Due to its early opening Mountain High has extended its Freedom Pass sale to Sunday, November 11th. Prices are up to 57% off for an Anytime Season Pass and benefits include FREE SKIING at Stevens Pass, WA, Sierra At Tahoe, and China Peak, CA. Click here for complete details. http://www.mthigh.com/season-pass-sale

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