With rain comes snow, and that means it’s time to head to the mountains. In the midst of their season, Mountain High is a great option for a snow filled weekend with friends and fun events.

With only a short and easy drive, Mountain High is convenient and provides the “biggest benefit,” says John McColly, Marketing Chief Officer. With their East, West, and North resorts, Mountain High offers “more acres, more lifts and more terrain,” with all fresh, natural snow. They provide the “best place in Southern California.”

Along with their beautiful resort, they have seen more snow this year in the last 17 years, and it’s the “best snow in recent memory.”

With the end of the month rapidly approaching, Mountain High is jam-packed with events for the month of March. A couple of these include:

March 4th: Active Sponsor Me EventThis is a chance for all riders to showcase their talent for a team of sponsors!

March 11th: “March Radness”

A snowy take on HORSE, riders create a unique trick and challenge competitors to duplicate it. If they don’t match the trick, they receive a letter until a winner is declared!

If you’re a first-time skier or snowboarder, they offer affordable and engaging lessons to get you ready for any slope!

Their team is passionate about teaching the craft of snow sports and lessons are available for those of all skill level and age groups.

Check out their packaged deals here where you can find details on their range of courses.

Even if you aren’t a skier or snowboarder, Mountain High offers other activities including a North Pole Tubing Park, retail shops, and delicious restaurants to enjoy a nice cup of hot cocoa.

Don’t miss out on a great season at Mountain High!

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Sasha Azoqa

Author: Sasha Azoqa

Sasha Azoqa is a content writer and has been creating multimedia projects since 2014. She studied journalism and film at Cal State Fullerton and received her bachelors degree in communications. She has freelanced with OC Weekly and The Examiner with written articles, photography and short video packages.

Sasha enjoys uncovering local people and events who are making a difference in the world.

She is currently working with Network Radio, an iHeartRadio station, as their blogger. She has her own website that features a collection of written and visual stories on interesting people, places and things. Sasha Azoqa is living in Costa Mesa, California.