Mountain High will be back in business for skiers and snowboarders starting Tuesday thanks to a healthy dose of new snow.
As many as 10 inches of fresh powder fell on Sunday and early this morning at the Wrightwood resort, which was closed for the better part of a week. The forecast was calling for another inch or two of snow today, giving way to sunny skies through at least Friday when another storm was expected to roll through.
The resort has discounted its lift tickets to $45 for adults and young riders, a $24 savings off the regular price.
Night operations on the slopes and daytime activities at the North Pole Tubing Park are being evaluated for reopening later this week, according to a resort spokesman.
“Forecasters are calling for a snowier than normal March,” said John McColly, Mountain High spokesman. “Winter isn’t over yet in Southern California.”
— Jerry Rice