Ski & Snowboard at Mountain High

Mountain High is a fun, local place to ski and snowboard. They have night hours, so it’s easier to fit a trip into your schedule. At 6,600 feet elevation, the base of Mountain High is a few miles from the tiny mountain town of Wrightwood. Only a few hours’ drive from Ventura, Mountain High has 16 lifts and 59 trails to ski or snowboard. 14 runs are Beginner, 23 are Intermediate, and 22 are Advanced. The West Resort is the most popular area for snowboarders and some skiers. The East Resort has the longest runs, including Goldrush, the longest run in Southern California, 1.6 miles. The East Resort has the easiest runs and a tubing park. The season generally runs from mid-November through mid-April and the area receives an average snowfall of 180 inches each year.

Photo from Mountain High Webcam, http://www.mthigh.com

Mountain High Webcams: Live Cams

Mountain High Snow Report

All equipment can be rented at the resort. Rentals

Group and private lessons are offered for children and adults. Lessons

Hours of Operations:
West Resort: Weekdays: 8:30am – 10:00pm / Weekends & Holidays: 8:30am – 10:00pm
East Resort: Weekdays: 8:30am – 4:00pm / Weekends & Holidays: 8:30am – 4:30pm
North Resort: Weekdays: 8:30am – 4:00pm / Weekends & Holidays: 8:30am – 4:30pm
North Pole Tubing Park Weekdays: Weekdays: 9:00am 4:00pm / Weekends & Holidays: 9:00am – 4:00pm

Directions from Los Angeles:
Take Interstate 10, the 60 Freeway or the new 210 Freeway East to Interstate 15 North. Exit Highway 138 West and make a left on Highway 2. You will find Mountain High just three miles past the town of Wrightwood. Travel time from downtown Los Angeles is 90 minutes.

Directions from San Fernando and Antelope Valleys
Mountain High is so close to the Antelope Valley that its night lighting can be seen from Palmdale, Lancaster and the entire surrounding area. From the San Fernando Valley take Interstate 5 to Highway 14 North. Exit Pearblossom Highway 138 East and make a right on Largo Vista. Then follow the signs to Mountain High. Drive time from the junction of Highway 14 and Highway 138 is 45 minutes.

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