Mt. Baldy offers some of southern California's most challenging ski terrain. (FTO file photo: Tony Crocker)

Mt. High, Mt. Baldy Passholders Gain Reciprocal Privileges

Wrightwood and Mt. Baldy, CA – Two southern California ski areas – Mountain High and Mt. Baldy – will begin offering pass holders three visits to each other’s resort beginning this winter, officials with each reort announced yesterday.

“Two legendary names in Southern California winter sports partnering for the coming season is great news for everyone,” said Mountain High Chief Marketing Officer, John McColly.  “Skiers and snowboarders receive a terrific value with a season pass to either one.”

For those living in Los Angeles and Orange County, the easy access to Mountain High and Mt. Baldy makes this partnership an attractive bargain. The offer of three free days is available to 2016-2017 anytime pass holders at either Mountain High or Mt. Baldy Ski Lifts who are in good standing with their home mountain. Holiday blackout dates apply.

Mt. Baldy offers some of southern California's most challenging ski terrain. (FTO file photo: Tony Crocker)
Mt. Baldy offers some of southern California’s most challenging ski terrain. (FTO file photo: Tony Crocker)

In addition, Mt. Baldy season passholders gain three free days each at Brian Head in Utah and Lee Canyon near Las Vegas, in addition to the new perk at Mt. High. Mt. High belongs to the Powder Alliance, providing additional lift privileges at Snow Valley in California, Brian Head in Utah, Lookout Pass in Idaho and 14 other participating resorts.

“More value for our pass holders is something we’re always looking to provide,” said McColly. “Having 53 free days at 18 premier resorts by purchasing a season pass to Mountain High is the best value in the region by far, and who wouldn’t want to enjoy that?”

Mountain High is located in the San Gabriel Mountains, just 20 minutes off I-15 in Wrightwood and 90 minutes from Los Angeles and Orange County. Mt. Baldy Ski Lifts, located in the Angeles National Forest just 50 miles from Los Angeles, is home to the most advanced alpine terrain in Southern California.

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