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For less than the cost of an All Day Lift Ticket, you'll get to ski or snowboard for the whole season! Weather you're a seasoned snowsportsman or just beginning the journey, we're excited to show you our mountain.

Located in the San Gabriel Mountains directly above Ontario and Pomona just a 25 minute drive from the Mountain Avenue exit off the 210 Freeway. Mt Baldy is the closest ski and snowboard area to all of LA, SD and Orange County and much of the Inland Empire.

We host 600 acres of Southern California's most diverse natural terrain.

Lift #1, the Sugar Pine Chair Lift, has a base elevation of 6400ft and provides access to the the Top of the Notch restaurant located at 7800ft. Due to the lower elevation of its base Lift #1 serves as an access chair to the rest of the mountains facilities which await its riders of top. When the snow pack does permit, Lift #1 hosts world class steeps as well as an upper intermediate run below the lift.

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Facilities at the top of the Sugar Pine Chair Lift #1

Looking down the top of Turkey Shoot (Lift #4) at Thunder Mountain. Runs on Thunder from left to right: Robins Run, Emile's Bowl, Sky Line, South Bowl.

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Once up top, from the Top of the Notch patio, you'll find a breathtaking view of the Pacific Ocean & Catalina Island on most clear days. Our Mounitain Sports School, Rental Shop and Tubing Park are all also located at the top of Lift #1 as well as Lifts #2, #3 and #4.

Lifts #2 services our designated beginner area, The Gulch, as well as our modest entry level terrain park.

Lift #3 services Thunder Mountain Peak's western facing slopes with a wide veriety of terrain. The Easy Road to Mullins Mile is a long beginner trail nearly 2 miles long. For those looking to challenge themselves a little more, there are alternate routes: Toilet Bowl and Bonanza, for an inviting introduction to intermediate runs.

Thunder Mountain also hosts great steeps and hidden powder stashes for days after a storm. Emile's, South Bowl, Robin's Tree and the Tube are just a few of the places to find these. Later on in the Spring, Thunder Mountain's western slopes and ridges loosen up in the sunlight for amazing spring skiing and riding.

Lift #4 services the lower half of the ridge that continues up to the top of Mt San Antonio. Due to its eastern exposure, Lift #4 is typically the last lift to be open each season. The terrain there mostly consists of intermediate and upper intermediate runs, however the riders right side of Turket Shoot is consistantly one of the largest natural quarter pipes you have ever seen or longest frozen right you have ever surfed. Lift #4 isn't to be completely overlooked for steeps, after a fresh snow Holcomulc offers a steep shot all the way down to the bottom of Lift #1 for over 2000ft of shreading.