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Mountain High is Southern California's closest winter resort with no mountain driving.

Located just an hour and a half from L.A. and Orange County, you won't find an easier drive to the mountains anywhere.


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From Los Angeles
Mountain High Resort is located just 20 minutes off Interstate 15 making it quick and easy to find. Simply take Interstate 10, the 60 Freeway, or the 210 Freeway East to Interstate 15 North. Exit Highway 138 West. Make a left on Highway 2. You will find Mountain High just three miles past the town of Wrightwood. Travel time from downtown Los Angeles is just 90 minutes.

From Orange County
Take the 91 Freeway to Interstate 15 North. Exit Highway 138 West. Make a left on Highway 2. You will find Mountain High just three miles past the town of Wrightwood. Travel time from Orange County is less than 75 minutes.

From San Fernando and Antelope Valleys
Mountain High is so close to the Antelope Valley that its night lighting can be seen from Palmdale, Lancaster and the entire surrounding area. From the San Fernando Valley take Interstate 5 to Highway 14 North. Exit Pearblossom Highway 138 East. Make a right on Largo Vista. Then follow the signs to Mountain High. Drive time from the junction of Highway 14 and Highway 138 is just 45 minutes.

From San Diego
Though it may not appear so on the map, Mountain High is San Diego's closest winter resort by more than 30 minutes. Take Interstate 15 North. Exit Highway 138 West. Make a left on Highway 2 and go three miles past the town of Wrightwood. Travel time from downtown San Diego is 2 hours and 15 minutes.

Current Temp: 31°
Expected Low: 33°
New Snow (7 Days): 6"
Top Depth: 24"
Base Depth: 14"
Open Trails: 17
Groomed Trails: 13
Open Lifts: 6
WEST: 8:30 AM - 10:00 PM
EAST: Closed
TUBE: Closed
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