Fresh Snow Continues To Fall At Mountain High

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(Now 100% Open)

Wrightwood, CA – December 29, 2010: Fresh snow continues to fall at Mountain High and holiday skiers and snowboarders are enjoying the best conditions in years. Six to eight inches of new snow fell last night bringing the seven-day total up to 39 inches. More snow is expected this Saturday as well and resort operators couldn’t be happier. Mountain High is now 100% open with 3 resorts, 16 lifts and 59 trails. A single lift ticket is good at all three areas and there are free shuttles traveling between East and West.

The West Resort is filled with a wide variety of trails and terrain features suitable for every level of skier and snowboarder. It is the most youthful of Mountain High’s three areas and the site many on-hill contests, promotions, and live performances. The West Resort is also open every night until 10pm and those looking to warm up can take a seat by the fireplace at the Bullwheel Bar & Grill.

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 Pacific Ocean. For something different, try a delicious meal at the Grand View Bistro, the resort’s mountain-top restaurant.

Mountain High’s North Resort offers 70 acres of beginner terrain perfect for kids and families. It is also home to the North Pole Tubing Park, Southern California’s largest tubing area, with up to 10 lanes.

Says John McColly, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, “It’s a winter wonderland up here. Rarely have I seen this much snow this early in the season, and all roads are open and clear with no restrictions.”
 

For more info, visit mthigh.com

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