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Shirley Meadows

Contact Info
56700 Rancheria Road
Wofford Heights, CA 93285

Phone:
760-376-4186
Snow Report:
760-376-4186
Basics
Skiable Acres:
80 acres
Vertical Drop:
400 feet

Description

Shirley Meadows Ski Resort is located in the Sequoia National Forest, in the Greenhorn Mountains. This day area caters to the beginner and intermediate skier.

Hours + Prices

Hours

Fri - Sun: 9am - 4pm
Half Day: 12:30pm
Open all Holidays

Season:
December to March

Amenities

Mountain Stats

Mountain
Skiable Acres:
80 acres
Average Snowfall:
80 inches
Terrain:
Easiest: 30%, More Difficult: 40%, Most Difficult: 30%
Base Elevation:
6700 feet
Vertical Drop:
400 feet
Lifts and Runs
Number of Lifts:
2 Lifts
Total Runs:
8  Runs

2 Double Chairs

Map + Directions

Basic Directions

From Los Angeles:

Take State Route 14 north from Los Angeles to Highway 178. Head west on Highway 178 to Shirley Meadows

From San Diego:

Take Interstate 15 north to U.S. Highway 395. Head north on U.S. 395 to Highway 178. Take 178 west to Shirley Meadows


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