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What You'll Get
Often applied to politics, the phrase “it’s a slippery slope” refers to the way every debate ultimately ends with a downhill ski race at dawn. Settle the score with this Groupon to Mt. Baldy. Choose between the following options:
- For $16, you get a two-hour tubing adventure for one (up to a $35 total value). The tubing adventure includes:
- Two hours of tubing
- An inner-tube rental
A round-trip chairlift ride to the Mt. Baldy Monster Energy Tubing Park<p>
- For $29, you get an all-day ski-lift pass (up to a $69 value).<p>
Lifts operate seven days a week with varying hours daily; customers can check the online schedule for details. All lift operation is subject to weather conditions.
Mt. Baldy’s ski lifts gently propel patrons through the San Gabriel Mountains over the 26 slopes and 800 acres of skiable earth that cover the outfit’s expansive terrain. En route to the tubing park, snow bunnies can gaze at the snowy tundra passing below or read cursive poetry slalomed into the mountain’s side. At the top of the tubing hill, thrill-seekers leap into oversize inner tubes and skitter down the mountain at breathless speeds until the hill’s end or the tubes run out of gas.
Alternatively, four chairlifts glide up the mountain’s sides, dropping skiers and snowboarders at a variety of terrain ranging from gentle slopes to natural quarter pipes. Below chair No. 3, experts rip down one of Thunder Mountain’s double-black diamond runs, and beginners dig out their snow legs along Mullin’s mile. A permanent terrain park with a few slider features and a small jump beckons to trick riders leaping off chair No. 2 while prepping the snow-snake footprints of new skiers for exhilarating whooshes down Bonanza run.
Ski lifts and hiking trails blaze through mountainsides, affording glimpses of historical mining facilities and natural wonders, such as canyons and Mother Nature’s secret collection of acre-long coffee spoons. While en route, skiers can keep retinas peeled for wildlife in the form of bighorn sheep and rattlesnakes. There are no gas stations in Mt. Baldy, so visitors should plan accordingly.
Mt. Baldy’s prices vary throughout the week.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 1, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 4 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Must be 36 inches or taller. Must be 42 inches or taller for solo ride, or be accompanied with paying adult. Subject to weather. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Mt. Baldy
From this high up, the world seems small and compact, framing the ocean, mountains, and desert in the same field of vision. Though Mt. Baldy's soaring peaks seem to shrink the globe to the size of a globe, they also grant access to nature's majesty throughout the year. Four chairlifts gently propel skiers through the San Gabriel Mountains over the trails and 600 acres of skiable earth ranging from gentle slopes to natural quarter pipes. In the warmer months, hiking trails blaze through mountainsides, affording glimpses of historical mining facilities and natural wonders, such as canyons, fauna such as bighorn sheep, and Mother Nature's secret collection of acre-long coffee spoons.