Mountain High to reopen this weekend

Mountain
High Resort in Wrightwood just announced it will RE-OPEN this Saturday
and Sunday from 9 am to 4 pm.  Yesterday’s storm left the area with
four inches of new snow and forecasters are calling for another six
tomorrow meaning conditions could be exceptional this weekend.

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Says
John McColly, VP of Sales and Marketing, “This will be the last hoorah
of the season so come and join us.  Please use any remaining tickets or
vouchers you may have because they will expire at the end of day
Sunday.”

The
majority of the West Resort will be open and discounted tickets will be
just $45 for Adults and $25 for Children ages 7 to 12.  Kids six and
under ski FREE when accompanied by a paying adult.

Before buying a day ticket, guests should think about getting a Season Pass.  For just a little more they can ski & snowboard all of next season plus get these exciting benefits http://www.mthigh.com/season-pass-sale
.

Prices start at just $349 for new passes and $299 for existing pass
holders from Mountain High or any other California Resort.  Click here
to learn more http://mthigh.com/season-pass-sale

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Neon Indian headlines Spring Fest 2012 at Mammoth Mountain

 

neon indian mammoth concertFrontman Alan Palomo brings his spacey chillwave synth-pop to Mammoth’s Spring Festival. Palomo’s music has received rave reviews across the
board since he first burst onto the scene a few years ago. His
band’s debut, Psychic Chasms, was awarded Best New Music
by Pitchfork Media, and Rolling Stone named them one of 2010′s
hottest new bands. 

 SpringFest runs April
20-22. The festival also features the infamous Mammoth Pond Skim at
Canyon Lodge along with world-class snowboarding events including
the Volcom Peanut Butter and Rail Jam Championships and the Active
Brodown Showdown.

 

Date: Sunday, April 22,
2012
Location: Hyde Lounge
Time: Doors open at 9pm / Show at 10pm
Age: 21+
Tickets: $15 in advance / $20 day of show


Purchase concert tickets online!

Produced in association with Belly Up Music.
*Events + Times Subject to Chang

$84 2
Day (Sun/Mon) Lift Ticket + Concert Ticket.
Call 800.MAMMOTH / 800.626.6684

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Peeps herald spring and end of ski season at Bear Mountain and Mountain High

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Easter peeps enjoy snowboarding at Snow Summit. (Photo courtesy of Snow Summit)

The end is nigh. Mountain High has closed for the regular season, but there is a spring storm rolling
in mid-week and they say they will definitely re-open this Friday, Saturday,
and Sunday if conditions permitted.

Bear Mountain has also closed for the season, though all Bear Mountain Only
season passes will be honored at Snow Summit for the rest of
this season.

Snow Summit expects to remain open with complete services for the entire
family, including snow sports school and all levels of terrain, through
at least April 15.

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Ski with the pros at Mammoth Invitational on April 13 to 15

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Mammoth Invitational on April 13-15 is your chance to ski or ride Mammoth
Mountain’s incredible terrain, race gates, or work on radical turns
under the expert guidance of well-known US national and Olympic
ski, snowboard and free ride team athletes and professionals.

All the while helping kids of all types; under-privileged,
athletic, academic, talented… and yes, fabulous kids!

At night, the rhythm changes with great food and entertainment
- live and silent auctions, Heroes+Kids – a
chance for the kids to meet their heroes one-on-one and Casino
Royale the night where the grown-ups get to play.

Visit the Mammoth Invitational site for more
info.

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Spring savings at Mountain High in Wrightwood

SPRING INTO SAVINGS at Mountain High. Tickets are now just $45 for Adults and $25
for Children ages 7 to 12. Kids 6 and under ski free when accompanied
by a paying adult.

Mountain High will be open through at least April
8 so go ski Southern California’s closest winter resort one last day
before the season ends. The Blue Ridge Express, Coyote, and Snowflake
chairlifts will be operating today accessing 14 trails with terrain for
all ages and abilities.

Coverage is fair with a 12 to 24 inch base of
soft, spring snow but please be aware of thin coverage in the high
traffic areas . All open trails have been groomed. Lifts and trails
subject to change without notice.

Get Your 2012/13 Season Pass Before April 15th!! These are the
LOWEST PRICES OF THE YEAR. Just $349 for new passes and $299 for
existing pass holders from Mountain High or any other California Resort.

Bring the price down even more by applying the cost of today’s lift
ticket to your purchase. And remember, your season pass is also good at
STEVENS PASS, WA, http://www.stevenspass.com/ where they are getting tons of snow. Click here to learn more http://mthigh.com/season-pass-sale

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Easter Bunny skies into Mammoth this weekend

The Easter Bunny is hopping into Mammoth! Easter Weekend will be
packed full of fun activities for the whole family.  Egg
Hunts, crafts and much more await the little ones at Main Lodge and
Canyon Lodge. Check out the schedule of great activities below:

 

Saturday, April 7

8:30am-3pm – Woolly’s Scavenger Hunt on the
Mountain
kids snowplay

Search for colorful Easter eggs hidden all over the
mountain!  Find one with a note inside and win a prize!

10am – 2pm – Kids helmet/pole
decorating at Main + Canyon

Get in the Easter spirit with a decorated helmet or ski
poles!  We’ve got plenty of stickers, streamers and more, so
kids can jazz up their gear before hitting the slopes.

4pm – Apres with Woolly + the Easter
Bunny

Gather the kiddos and join Woolly and the Easter Bunny for Aprs
Ski refreshments and egg-cellent crafts including egg
decorating!  Don’t forget to bring your camera!  Meet in
the Lobby of Mammoth Mountain Inn, Juniper Springs & The
Village Lodge at 4pm.

 

Sunday, April 8

7am – 1pm – Easter Brunch at Mountainside
Grill

Enjoy a traditional Easter Sunday Brunch before hitting the
slopes, includes a children’s area with pancake
decorating!

10am – 2pm – Kids helmet/pole
decorating at Main + Canyon

Get in the Easter spirit with a decorated helmet or ski
poles!  We’ve got plenty of stickers, streamers and more, so
kids can jazz up their gear before hitting the slopes.

12pm – Easter Egg Hunts with Woolly at Mammoth Kids
Cany
on Lodge

Join in the Easter Egg Hunts with Woolly!  Starting from
the outdoor Ski School meeting areas, there will be four hunting
groups: 3 years and under, 4-6, 7-9 and 10-12 years old. Bring your
own basket!

12:30pm – Easter Egg Hunt with Woolly at Mammoth
Kids Main Lodge

Join in the Easter Egg Hunts with Woolly! Starting from Mammoth
Kids Main Lodge, located under the Panorama Gondola. There will be
four hunting groups: 3 years and under, 4-6, 7-9 and 10-12 years
old. Don’t forget your Easter basket!

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11am-3pm – Other Activities at Canyon Lodge + Main
Lodge

  • At Canyon: Easter Crafts, Woolly’s Igloo, Face Painting, Build
    your own Snowman!
  • At Main: Face Painting, Easter Crafts, Cotton Candy, Popcorn,
    Temporary Tattoos and Build your own Snowman!

1:30pm – Non-Denominational Christian Worship at McCoy
Station


 

Easter Brunch at the Mountainside Grill – Sunday, April 8

Enjoy the comforts and ease of on-mountain dining with a delicious
Easter Brunch served from 7am-1pm .  We’re featuring a special
kid’s area complete with an Easter theme!  Mom and Dad can
enjoy a brunch for two while the kiddos decorate and devour their
own creation at our pancake decorating table. 

Price is $29.95 for Adults and $12.95 for Children. Advance
reservations are available by calling 760.934.0601, walk ups are
welcome.

Mountainside Grill is located at the Mammoth Mountain Inn,
across from the Main Lodge.

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