A week of storms dropped so much snow at Mountain High that the resort could not keep up with the incoming feet. The snow forced the resort to cancel its USASA Halfpipe Contest and rebuild features in Faultline Park while skiers and riders reveled in powder.
Up to 18 inches each day fell at Mountain High totaling well over four feet of fresh snow by the end of the week. "The San Gabriel Mountains are now buried under the largest snowfall in recent memory," said John McColly, Director of Marketing in a press release. "The 1997-98 and 2004-05 seasons were record winters for the resort, and this season is on track for the same."
Skiers and riders can take advantage of two discount ticket options for Mountain High. Two-for-one Tuesdays run through March 30. Get two adult eight-hour tickets, which usually cost $55 a piece, for the price of one. Tuesdays also bring live music, drink specials, giveaways, and celebrity radio remotes to the resort.
The two-for-one tickets must be purchased online. They are not available at the resort ticket windows. Both tickets must be used on the same day.
Discount lift tickets are available at Ralphs Supermarkets in Southern California. You can purchase eight-hour lift tickets for $49 instead of $55 on regular days or $65 on Peak Weekends.
The tickets, which are available through March 16, are valid all season long, but not on holidays such as Feb. 13-15. The tickets expire at the end of this winter season.
More information. Or call 888-754-7878.