Our goal is to provide a safe,
consistent, and fun mountain experience for our different guest
segments by enforcing personal responsibility and respect for
others and our environment. This goal is embodied by our Mountain
Operations Mission Statement:
"To produce the safest experience
while protecting each person's freedom by educating and enforcing
personal responsibility and respect."
To execute this mission statement and achieve our goal, we have
defined standards that reflect the necessary personal
responsibility and respect which will allow our guests to safely
co-exist on the mountain.
In most cases, we have defined standards and not rules.
Standards are subjective and dependent on the situation and
environment. It is not our practice or intent to create
excessive rules as they may not apply in many situations and may
restrict the freedom to use the mountain.
At Mammoth, we believe that our children deserve a higher standard of care on the mountain, from our own staff and other guests. Their size and lack of experience can make them more vulnerable, and it is up to all of us to be more aware and in control whenever kids are around.
We emphasize the following three ideas when it comes to keeping our kids safe at Mammoth. Practice them during your stay, and always be ready to help a kid on the mountain!