What’s better than two tickets to Southern California’s closest winter resort? Two tickets for the price of one! Mountain High is proud to announce the return of 2 For Tuesdays, an 11 week promotion designed to give guests a break from the high cost of skiing and snowboarding. Tuesdays will be like never before with weekly giveaways, DJs, drink specials, radio remotes, and 2 for 1 ticket specials.
Says John McColly, Director of Marketing, “Tuesdays are going to be the day to be here this year. We’ll have DJ’s spinning, sponsored parties, tons of giveaways, and, of course, 2 for 1 lift tickets.”
It is no surprise that weekdays are the prime days to ski and snowboard. The conditions are better, the terrain features maintain their shape longer and, in some cases, you can have the whole mountain to yourself. But guests have a tough time breaking out of their weekend routines. So Mountain High developed 2 for Tuesdays to show people how great midweek conditions really are. From January 19th to March 30th, 2010, skiers and snowboarders can get two adult 8-Hour lift tickets (regularly $55.00 each) or 2 adult Night Tickets (regularly $30.00 each) for the price of one. Tickets must be pre-purchased online at mthigh.com though as this offer is not available at the resort. Guests purchasing tickets from the ticket windows will continue to pay full price.
2 for Tuesdays are the hot ticket when it comes to skiing and snowboarding this season. And Mountain High is the place to be with three mountains, 16 lifts, and 59 trails. For a complete schedule of Tuesday’s events and activities, log onto mthigh.com. Tickets are not transferable. Offer not valid in conjunction with any other discount or promotion.
Mountain High is Southern California’s closest winter resort located just an hour and a half from Los Angeles and Orange County. The area consists of three separate mountains (Mountain High East, West, and North), and offers a wide variety of lifts and trails, the world class Faultline Terrain Park, and the region’s largest tubing park. Snowmaking covers more than 80 percent of the slopes, and the resort operates seasonally from November to April. Guests can get up to the minute snow and weather conditions at mthigh.com .