WATCH today’s Vlog! 420HP 2018 GENESIS G90 ULTIMATE – FIREBALL MALIBU VLOG 767

420HP 2018 GENESIS G90 ULTIMATE – FIREBALL MALIBU VLOG 767 – Fireball receives the 2018 Genesis G90 Ultimate at his Malibu Fireball Pad. Does the driving thang. Then, some words of wisdom on putting good things into the world.

SoCal’s BEST SNOWBOARDING & SKIING? Watch today’s Vlog…

Incredible time at MOUNTAIN HIGH RESORT Snowboarding yesterday in the 2017 Genesis G90. The Vlog is here. But if you’re thinking of heading to the snow, here’s the skinny on this location.

From Wikipedia…

Mountain High resort is a winter resort in the San Gabriel Mountains in Los Angeles County in California. Mountain High is the most-visited resort in Southern California. The resort is located along State Route 2 west of Wrightwood, California. The elevation of the resort is 6,600 feet (2,000 m) to 8,200 feet (2,500 m) for the Mountain High East Resort, 7,000 feet (2,100 m) to 8,000 feet (2,400 m) for the West Resort and 7,200 feet (2,200 m) to 7,800 ft (2,400 m) for the North Resort.

At 7,000 feet (2,100 m)-8,000 ft (2,400 m)), the West Resort is the most popular of the three resorts, and most of its terrain has been dedicated to Mountain High’s Faultline Terrain Park. Faultline contains many original terrain features such as the Slayer Box, and the Paradox catering mostly to the sport of snowboarding. Aside from the terrain parks, the West Resort also has excellent glade skiing and snowboarding in an area known as “The Reef.” This area is only open when there is a substantial amount of snow. Due to its slightly higher elevation, the West Resort is often the first resort in Southern California to open and the last to close.

History…

Coinciding with the population growth of Southern California in the 1920s, hikers and ski enthusiasts began using Big Pines, an area near the present day Mountain High resort. In 1929 the construction began on the world’s largest ski jump of that time in an attempt to attract the 1932 Winter Olympics.

The Mountain High West Resort was originally known as Blue Ridge and is one of the oldest ski resorts in the country. Its first year of operation was 1937 with a rope tow, and it built the 2nd chairlift in California in 1947. In 1975, upon being sold by its original owners, it was renamed Mountain High.[1]

The Mountain High East Resort, originally known as Holiday Hill, opened in 1948.[2] In the 1960s, the cost of a lift ticket was $1.50.[3] In 1979, the resort was sold to the new owner of the Mountain High resort and used primarily as parking for the West Resort, as well as add terrain when there was adequate snow and skiing conditions.

The Mountain High North Resort was originally known as Table Mountain Ski Area in 1938 and later changed to Ski Sunrise in 1975. Due to several years of poor snow conditions and lack of snowmaking equipment, it was sold in 2004 to the owners of Mountain High. Mountain High now operates the North Resort as a ski school, tubing and snow play area to relieve congestion at the West Resort, but have not yet installed snowmaking equipment there. Table Mountain has been used previously as a U.S. Geologic Survey site and a Smithsonian Museum site.

ESCONDIDO FALLS MALIBU HIKE! – FIREBALL MALIBU VLOG 536

On this episode of Fireball Malibu Vlog! Fireball and Kathie head through to ESCONDIDO FALLS Malibu Trailhead to hike 2 miles to the amazing Waterfall… and beyond! WATCH HERE on YOUTUBE!!

ESCONDIDO FALLS from Hikespeak.com…
“When #EscondidoFalls is flowing strong, it is flat out one of the finest waterfalls around Los Angeles. The #waterfall has an easy-to-reach lower tier that is 50 feet tall and a hard-to-reach upper tier that’s 150-feet tall and stunning in optimum conditions.

This 3.8-mile round trip hike begins with 0.75 miles uphill along Winding Way, a paved road that passes extravagant Malibu residences. Do not let the blacktop deter you. The waterfall is well worth the unconventional start. After gaining almost 200 feet, the road heads downhill and arrives at a wooded park that is open for everyone to enjoy, Escondido Canyon Park.

Take the dirt path to the left next to a sign that reads “Edward Albert Escondido Canyon Trail and Waterfall.” The trail descends through a field of fennel and mustard toward a thicket where a small creek flows. Cross it, and make a left turn headed upstream into Escondido Canyon. The trail widens and remains fairly level as it passes through forest and fields. In the spring, an abundance of wildflowers bloom along the trail. There are a few creek crossings along the way. When the water is high, they require a bit of fun rock hopping, but otherwise, they are easy to cross.”

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The 2017 GENESIS G90 ULTIMATE ARRIVES on Fireball Malibu Vlog 535!

On this episode of Fireball Malibu Vlog! During a crazy Malibu Rain, Fireball swaps the 2017 Jeep Wrangler Willys for the all new 2017 GENESIS G90 UTIMATE Luxury Sedan!

Responsible for more than 400 of Hollywood’s most famous movie cars, Fireball Tim’s visions in vehicle design are unsurpassed. This Volume 3 reveals over 65 pages of insane Concept Renderings for TOYS, SEMA CARS, COMMERCIALS and various auto manufacturers. MAD CONCEPT CARS is just what the title indicates from The Wildman of Transportation.

This week ON THE VLOG!! The 2017 GENESIS G90…

420hp… Torque 383… $72K. About to be Vlogged. The 2017 Genesis G90.

 

GENESIS G90 Fireball Slammed! – FMV481

Fireball Malibu Vlog 481 follows Fireball as he starts his Children’s Book Campaign, heads to the Beach with Kathie and then slams the new GENESIS G90! SHARE Today’s Vlog!

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Exclusive Premiere of THE GENESIS G90!! – FMV480

Fireball Malibu Vlog 480 heads into DTLA where Fireball picks up supplies for Kathie’s ELLEN DEGENERES Project, then he hit’s an exclusive premiere event for Car & Driver Magazine to see the all new GENESIS G90! SHARE Today’s Vlog!

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