Clear skies on the mountain with strong, advisory level winds out of the northeast. Day time highs will be in the 40s with wind gusts upwards to around 50 mph. We will be open for scenic rides to the Top of the Notch restaurant snow tubing, skiing and snowboarding on lifts #2 & #3.
Expect intermittent disruptions to operations due to the high winds as well as very firm snow conditions. The Gulch, Toilet Bowl to Bonanza, Short Cut to Robins and Skyline are groomed and will be the only runs open. The rest of the mountain will remain closed due to icy and firm snow conditions.
For the next week or two the weather looks similar with above average temps and a high pressure over the southwest giving us an off shore flow. Long range forecasts are optimistic that we will see a change in the weather at the end of the month bringing lots of moisture.
Skiing & Snowboarding
Mt. Baldy offers you the flexibility to choose what days you want to visit and offering the lowest prices available. The sooner you book the more you save. Don’t wait until to the last minute and end up paying full price.
4 Sessions Daily
Must be 42″ or Taller to ride alone
Session 1: 8:30am – 10:00am
Seesion 2 : 10:30am – 12:00pm
Session 3: 12:30pm – 2:00pm
Session 4: 2:30pm – 4:00pm
Unlimited Lift Access
All operating chair lifts.
Usage expires: April 30, 2016.
Enjoy unlimited one day access on our beginner chair lift #2, one day ski or snowboard rental and one group lesson. Be one of the few people in the world that can say they took their first run at 8000ft!
The Top of the Notch Restaurant is a full service restaurant with sweeping views of the LA basin located at 7800′ above sea level in the San Gabriel Mountains. Visitors reach the restaurant by hiking, or via the Sugarpine chairlift. The restaurant operates seven days a week during the ski season, and on weekends once winter operations have concluded. The Notch serves casual American food, in a beautiful alpine environment.
Sugar Pine Chair Lift (chair 1) ferries riders from our parking lot to the Top of the Notch Restaurant. It gives access to miles of hiking trails including the popular route across Devils Backbone to the summit of Mt San Antonio (Mt Baldy). The ride is approximately 17 minutes and travels a distance of 1 mile.