Wrightwood is a town without a traffic light. Elevation 6,000 ft. Approximate population, 3,300. Only 15 miles off I-15, it's an easy mountain drive. With everything from vacation cabins to gated villas, Wrightwood has many housing options for you to consider.
Originally inhabited by Serrano Indians, Wrightwood was once a cattle ranch, apple orchard, and is now a quiet mountain resort community. Wrightwood's history is visible with buildings from years ago still standing and incorporated into everyday life.
Wrightwood enjoys four distinct seasons. Here you can camp, fish, ski, hike, picnic and more. There is always something to do with many opportunities to relax and enjoy life in the beautiful mountain pines.
Adventuring hikers and can access points of interest and features such as Mt. Baden Powell, the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail, and enjoy the Angeles National Forest and its secret wonders. Peace and quiet is a major feature of this wonderful community.
Wrightwood is home to the some of the finest skiing in southern California. Ski Sunrise offers family and glade skiing while Mountain High provides nearly 20 miles of runs for more experienced skiers. Throughout the Angeles National Forest there are many areas available for snowplay, sledding, and other winter opportunities.
Come live in Wrightwood --or enjoy a taste of it's mountain hospitality anytime.
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