Forecasters are calling for the strongest El Nino since 1997/98 and Mountain High is celebrating with a huge Labor Day season pass sale.  Beginning September 5th save up to $400 on anytime season passes to southern California’s closest winter resort.  Plus, purchase by September 7th and receive more than $200 in added value (listed below).  Everyone who purchases by September 7th is entered to win in the annual “season pass raffle.”

FREE Benefits
Buddy Ticket $69, Buff Wax $10, Bratwurst Combo Meal $8, Fiesta Village Season Pass $54.99

K1 Speedways 25%, 686 20%, REI 20%, Active 20%, Discrete Beanies 20%, Rack N Road 20%, Mountain Outhouse 10%, Wingstop, FREE wings w/ purchase.

16/17 Powder Alliance Pass, VIP Parking Space, DC Snowboard, 686 Outerwear package, Skullcandy Bluetooth Speaker

Says John McColly, CMO Mountain High & Stevens Pass, “This sale is only available for three days so don’t get left out in the cold.  With all the snow we’re expecting this season, you are going to want to be at Mountain High.”

Mountain High’s anytime season passes start at just $249 for Young Adults (13-21) and $299 for adults.  Regularly $699 adult, guests save up to $400 during this limited time offer.  Children’s passes for ages 7 – 12 are available as well for just $229.  Seniors age 70 & over receive a FREE season pass and children ages 6 and under receive a FREE season pass with the purchase of an adult season pass.  Visit for a full listing of prices and benefits.

Most skiers upgrade to the Powder Alliance Pass, Mountain High’s premium season pass, for just $49 more.  The Powder Alliance Pass includes $3,000+ in additional benefits such as FREE skiing at 14 other resorts, Mountain High’s new Winter Guarantee, discounts on tickets and lessons, and much more.  Click here for a complete list of Powder Alliance benefits including:

  • Three FREE tickets to 13 Powder Alliance resorts including Crested Butte, CO, Sierra At Tahoe, and Silver Star, BC.  That’s 39 tickets!  Restrictions apply.
  • Three FREE tickets to Brian Head, UT.  Valid any day during the 2015/16 season.
  • New Winter Guarantee!  Ski or snowboard 4 or less times this season and save up to 50% on next year’s season pass.
  • Monthly discounts for family and friends.
  • Savings at Wrightwood restaurants, retail, ziplining, and more

Says John McColly, CMO, “The Powder Alliance Pass is the best value in Southern California skiing.  No other multi-resort season pass even comes close.  15 mountains compared to 4?  There is no comparison.  Plus its half the price!” 

Mountain High’s anytime season passes are good any day or night the resort is open during the 2015/16 season with no restrictions.  For avid skiers and snowboarders they are the best way to save money and pay for themselves in as little as 5 visits.  Click here for a complete listing of prices and benefits.  Beginning September 5th passes may be purchased online, at the resort, and by phone at 888 754 7878.  Please note there is a $10 processing for all new passes purchased including senior and children 6 & under. 

Ski the longest trails in the region at Mountain High’s East Resort.  Ride under the stars each evening at Mountain High’s West Resort.  Or take the kids on an exciting winter adventure at the North Resort.  It’s all part of the adventure with a 15/16 season pass to Mountain High, now up to $400 off Labor Day weekend.  For more information or to schedule an interview please contact John McColly, CMO, at (760) 316-7803 or  

About Mountain High

Mountain High is Southern California’s closest winter resort located just an hour and a half 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 lifts and trails, a world-class terrain park, an outstanding Winter Sports School, and the region’s largest tubing area. Night skiing and snowboarding is available 7 nights-a-week peak season and snowmaking covers more than 80% of the slopes.  Mountain High has been the first resort to open in Southern California for the past 18 years and traditionally operates from mid November to mid April. Get more at