What type of tickets?
This purchase is for round trip lift access for you and your allowable amount of gear. Dispersed camping is the term used for camping anywhere in the National Forest not
in a developed area. Dispersed campers in Mt Baldy typically enjoy the solitude easily found in the area as well as a unique way to experience any of the special events the mountain hosts through out the year. The Top of the Notch restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. A variety of meal plan options are available upon arrival. If you plan to bring some or all of your meals be sure and keep it simple and minimal.
TERMS & CONDITIONS
Your allowable amount of gear must not exceed what will fit in one 29"x19"x15" plastic container. This rule is STRICTLY enforced. No additional items or prohibited items will be loaded on the chair lift.
A list of what to bring and what not to bring is available on our website and will also be emailed to you upon confirmation. Read More
To redeem your purchase first check in at ticketing located in the main parking lot. There are loading and unloading areas closer to the lift that you can use after you complete the check in process.
About Mt. Baldy
Mt Baldy has been around for over 50 years. Take a step back in time where things move at a gentle pace. Located just 14 miles North of the 210
Fwy. in the City of Upland, Mt Baldy is the largest, closest, and best mountain in Southern California. It has 2100 vertical feet of terrain and over 400 skiable acers.
This year Mt Baldy has added a ski and snowboard park that will be open this year by the end of November. We have many more jumps, rails, boxes and wild features to get your mojo pumping. Mt Baldy is also proud to announce the long awaited completion of our 7 million gallon snow making reservoir. This means bigger and better snow coverage throughout the season. If you haven't been to Mt Baldy in a while, now is a great time to come check us out! Read More