SCHOOL IS OUT. SPRING-A-MA-JIG IS IN!
Wrightwood, CA – March 22, 2010: Spring-A-Ma-Jig, Mountain High’s annual spring break celebration, begins this Saturday, March 27th, with terrific events like Pond Skimming and the Frozen T-Shirt Contest. The Dirty Heads (Sublime with their new singer) will be performing live at 12pm. And the Miss Mountain High Bikini Contest begins at 1pm with guest judge and Mountain High team rider, Louie Vito.
The Miss Mountain High Pageant is free to all participants. Winner takes home a 2010/11 Season Pass, a 3 Day Passes to Coachella, and is named next year’s Miss Mountain High. Registration begins on the West deck at 11:00am and all entrants receive a free bikini from Fresh Peaches. Competition kicks off at 1:00pm and all contestants must be 18 years of age or older. There will be a meet & great with the new Miss Mountain High immediately following the event, and pro snowboarder, Louie Vito, will be signing posters for all his fans.
Spring A Ma Jig takes place every Saturday and Sunday now through April 11th. Each day is filled with terrific events and live music, DJs, or celebrity radio remotes. All activities are free with admission and there are great prizes for the winners.
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11:00am Big Ollie – Snowboarders must “ollie” as high as they can in this heart pumping competition. The bar goes up after each round until only one rider remains.
12:00pmTug O War – A new spin on an old favorite. This Tug of War takes place in the snow and the loosing team might end up in the pond.
1:00pmFrozen T-Shirt Contest – 10 t-shirts have been frozen in the icy tundra of Mountain High’s North Resort and the competitors must break them apart and put them on. First one to dawn their frozen shirt wins a goody bag filled with Mountain High schwag.
2:00pmSpin To Win – Height is not so much the issue as rotation in this fun jump contest. Skiers and snowboarders must spin as many times as they can in a single leap.
3:00pmPond Skimming – The quintessential event at any spring break. Skiers and snowboarders must cross a 40 foot pond filled with freezing cold water or suffer the consequences.
Thanks to the warm weather and fun events, spring is a fantastic time to ski and snowboard. With more snow expected early next month, Mountain High plans to remain open until late April if not early May. Join us for what promises to be the best spring in years, and save some money with the resort’s late season ticket deals. http://www.mthigh.com/rates/ticketdeals.html For more information or to schedule and interview, please contact John McColly, Director of Marketing, at (760) 316-7830 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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.