What to Know
- Saturday, Nov. 23
- DJ, live performance, giveaways
- $69 on-site lift tickets
The weather, much of the time, has a knack for changing incrementally.
One moment? The air is still. Next? A chill breeze is lightly ruffling your hair.
But there's nothing incremental about the notion that there'll be several months where you can't schuss down a slope and then, suddenly, the day arrives where you can.
What to do, where to go and what to see
DJs, live music, giveaways, and other festive happenings will fill the big, bundle-up kick-off.
A kick-off that is likely to be on the cooler side, given the mid-week snowfall our Southern California peaks are currently experiencing.
Fans of the hot-dogging destination will notice a number of buff-ups: "Over $1 million was allocated to upgrades throughout the resort this year, including improved snowmaking capablities, new family-friendly sledding, and snowplay parks, rental equipment upgrades, and terrain park features."
The third Yeti Snow Park is set for its reveal, giving visitors the chance to tromp along a snowshoe trail and try out a sledding zone.
As for the snowplay zones? Look for lots of frosty fun to be had, as well as some sweeping, photo-ready vistas.
And additional Sno-Go snow bikes have been added to Mountain High's rental roster.
A lift ticket for Opening Day? You can buy it there, for $69.
Simply going up to enjoy a little winter while fall still reigns? That's fun to do, too.
And the trip isn't all that long; Mountain High is just about 90 minutes from DTLA, meaning you can city-it-up in the morning, ride at noon, and, if you so desire, head back to downtown for an afternoon coffee, well before sundown.