Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort
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29° | 25°
28-64"
Base Depth
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29° | 25°

3-Day Forecast

Sun

42° 18°
Partly Cloudy

Mon

27° 10°
Partly Cloudy

Tue

22° 11°
Snow

28-64"

Base Depth

Base Depth

Main Lodge

28"

McCoy Station

38"

The Summit

64"

Mammoth News

 
  • DUMP ALERT || 11.27.16

    by Woolly Mammoth | Nov 28, 2016


    Mammoth received 15-34" of snow over the weekend to provide the perfect post-Thanksgiving calorie burning opportunity -- shredding the pow.

    The mountian looks and skis amazing and the conditions are fantastic. Be sure to check out our Deals & Packages page to book your next trip to Mammoth.

    See you on the hill.



  • Unbound - #1 Terrain Park in North America

    by Woolly Mammoth | Nov 24, 2016


    The Unbound Terrain Parks are known for bringing to life what freestyle skiers and snowboarders dream of. Not only does Unbound push the limits in park construction, they show that anything is possible in progression.

    This past season was exceptional – there were tons of new features, one creative build after another, and some of the industry’s most prestigious events. As a result, Unbound took home Transworld Snowboarding’s coveted award of #1 park in North America, along with freeskiing’s online mecca Newschoolers’ honor of # 1 park. Not to mention, there were 4 halfpipes, a shiny new Transition Park, and the ever-loved snake run to get after it on. 

    Unbound offers riders of all skill levels the chance to participate enjoy the parks, from small snow features in the Fun Zones, all the way up to Main Park where Olympians hone their skills.

    Thanks to everyone who rode with us last year and voted in both polls - here’s to another great season of shredding.

    See you on the hill.



  • 16/17 Season Opener || #MammothsOpen

    by Woolly Mammoth | Nov 17, 2016


    Mammoth Mountain is rocking and rolling and open for fun for the 2016/17 ski & snowboard season. Opening weekend at Mammoth was a blast and featured top-to-bottom skiing all captured via the #MammothsOpen hashtag.

    With cold temps and potentially more snow on the horizon conditions are getting better by the day. Be sure to check out our latest deals & packages to plan your trip today!

    See you on the hill.



  • Top to Bottom with Judd Henkes on Opening Day

    by Woolly Mammoth | Nov 13, 2016


    Mammoth Mountain is open for the 2016/17 season with top-to-bottom skiing at Main Lodge.

    Keep an eye on Howard Sheckter's MammothWeather.com forecast and keep your fingers crossed for more white stuff to come.

    We have plenty of great deals & packages available for the upcoming holiday season so be sure to book your trip early and save.

    Also - don't forget to buy your season pass before November 15 to save $200.

    See you on the hill.



  • Winter is here - #MammothsOpen

    by Woolly Mammoth | Nov 10, 2016

    Mammoths Open for the 2016/17 Ski Season

    Mammoth is open for the season. Get the 2016/17 season going with the traditional Broadway Express banner breakthrough and annual sundeck beer toast, take some turns and celebrate a new winter season with good times and good friends.

    Share your photos all weekend long using #MAMMOTHSOPEN for a chance to win a brand new GoPro. Winner will be announced Monday 11.14.

    Check out our opening weekend events calendar and our latest deals.

    See you on the hill.




  • Celebrating October Snow

    by Woolly Mammoth | Nov 01, 2016


    Mother Nature arrived in Mammoth just in time for Halloween and the kickoff of our Fall Season Pass Sale. The upper mountain has received 18" of snow already and looks primed for Opening Day.

    Be sure to book lodging at Mammoth and purchase lift tickets early to get the best rates.

    Don't forget to share your #MammothStories and #MammothBeanie moments in anticipation of what we're hoping will be the best season yet.

    See you on the hill.


  • First Snow - 10.17.2016

    by Woolly Mammoth | Oct 18, 2016


    The first major snowfall of the season has really upped the excitement level for Opening Day. Just ask our photographer Peter Morning. 4-6 inches fell at Main Lodge and 1-2 feet up at the summit - November 10th will be here before we know it.

    Don't forget to buy your season pass early and also check out our deals & packages.

    See you on the hill.

  • That was Awesome

    by Woolly Mammoth | Sep 26, 2016



    Summer 2016 was one of extreme fun and adventure. The Mammoth Bike Park had a record season, Sierra Star Golf course was in perfect condition and there were endless events and activities for every member of the family.

    Thank you to everyone who came out and experienced the beauty of the Sierra with us this summer. Don’t forget, Mammoth opens for the 2016/2017 winter season on November 10 – buy your Cali4nia Pass today and start shredding on day one!


    Full Moon Series Header

    1. Full Moon Summit Series - A unique summer series at the summit of Mammoth Mountain. Over 2,000 of our closest friends rode the Panorama Gondola throughout the summer to the top of the Sierra at dusk to watch the sun set and the full moon rise, then partied under the full moon to celebrate summer.


    Mammoth MTB Nationals Rock Garden

    2. USA Cycling Mountain Bike National Championships - This event brought together exciting mountain bike disciplines as the nation's best gravity, cross country and enduro racers converged in Mammoth to settle who's best in 2016.  


    Ezakimak Mammoth

    3. Summer Ezakimak Challenge - Only the strong survived as they challenged themselves – and gravity – on an uphill moonlit 5k race from the base of Mammoth Mountain to the summit on mountain bike or by foot.


    Kids Adventure Games

    4. Kids Adventure Games - KAG offered kids ages 6–14 an opportunity to experience the thrill of adventure racing. They learned teamwork skills, had fun and built confidence in a one-of-a-kind outdoor experience created just for them.


    Bluesapalooza Mammoth Shemeikia

    5. Bluseapalooza -
    Bluesa has become a four day festival among the pines showcasing the best craft breweries in the country and top blues performers. The musical-lineup included legends and up-and-coming blues greats.


  • Top 10 Things to Do in the Fall

    by Woolly Mammoth | Sep 18, 2016

    Hit the June Lake Loop

    1. Hit the June Lake Loop.
    Some of the best fall colors are just up the road lining the June Lake Loop. Silver Lake is a favorite to drop a line and soak in the magic of the fall season surrounding you.



    Take a Hike

    2. Take a Hike.
    Fall Color hikes around Mammoth Lakes are everywhere – from McGee Creek, to Lundy Canyon to Parker Lake, the opportunities are endless to find dazzling colors. Learn More.



    Gone Fishing

    3. Gone Fishing.
    As we move closer to winter, the crowds disappear and the fishing becomes even more stellar. Twin Lakes, Lake Mary and Lake Mamie are all great options – fish from the shoreline or rent a boat and hit the water. Don’t forget your fishing license.



    Scenic Gondola Ride

    4. Scenic Gondola Ride.
    Take the Panorama Gondola from Main Lodge to the top of the sierra for one of the most amazing views in California. At 11,053 ft, you feel like you can see for hundreds of miles. Follow the path to the Lakes Basin overlook for a 360 degree view that will take your breath away. Learn More.



    Mammoth Bike Park

    5. Mammoth Bike Park.
    Cooler temperatures and quiet trails are the perfect combination for some downhill fun. With over 80 miles of single-track suitable for riders of all ages and ability levels, why not challenge yourself on the Mammoth Bike Park. Learn More.



    Rock Creek – Pie in the Sky

    6. Rock Creek.
     Some of the most stunning fall colors are hidden back in Rock Creek. For those looking to take it easy, you can easily peep the leaves from the road. Adventurers can take to trails like Hilton Lakes for some higher elevation color, then reward yourself with a heaping helping of pie at Pie in the Sky.



    Sierra Star Golf Course

    7. Sierra Star Golf Course.
    California’s highest elevation 18-hole course is in prime condition right now. Surrounded by the forest and Eastern Sierra wildlife, it’s the prettiest course you’ll find anywhere. The Fall Unlimited Play Pass gets you unlimited rounds this fall. Learn More.


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    8. Fall Events.
    The June Lake Autumn Beer Festival is a gathering of craft brewers, food vendors, crafts people, and is generally just an all-around awesome time. Enjoy a ton of different beer selections while soaking in the stunning views of the fall colors and Gull Lake. Learn More.



    Red’s Meadow_Devils Postpile

    9. Red’s Meadow/Devils Postpile.
    Now that the heat of summer has ended, Red’s Meadow and Devils Postpile become the perfect place for a mellow fall adventure. You no longer have to take the shuttle – it’s $10/car and you can drive directly to the various trailheads. Learn More.



    Canoe_Kayak_Paddleboard the Lakes Basin

    10. Canoe/Kayak/Paddleboard the Lakes Basin.
    For a different way to explore the Lakes Basin, try out a canoe, kayak or paddleboard. Not only will you get a different view of the surrounding mountains, you’ll get a workout as well. Learn More.





  • New Trail "Smooth Operator" ft Cam Zink

    by Woolly Mammoth | Sep 08, 2016


    The Mammoth Bike Park is still firing this summer and we're continuing to open new trails. Cam Zink gives you a GoPro POV first look at Mammoth Bike Park's new expert trail "Smooth Operator."

    Don't forget to check out the biggest mountain bike event of the year the weekend of September 15-18, 2016 - The Kamikaze Bike Games. Book your KBG hotel package and download the Kamikaze Bike Games Mobile App (Download Iphone Version / Download Android Version).

    See you on the hill.


  • SO GOOD - 53 Kitchen & Cocktails | How To Make Veggie Banh Mi Sandwich From Scratch

    by Woolly Mammoth | Aug 31, 2016


    Mammoth's newest restaurant, 53 Kitchen & Cocktails, in The Village, is known to create the "Best Burger in Mammoth." But burgers and beers are not all 53 is known for. Check out this delectable creation - the Veggie Banh Mi Sandwich - as for the first in our "So Good" video series. (Thanks "Tasty" for the inspiration).

    There's plenty of good eats at Mammoth on any given day so check out our Dining Guide to decide your future fix for feeling famished in Mammoth.

    See you on the hill.


  • Happy 101st Birthday Dave McCoy

    by Woolly Mammoth | Aug 24, 2016

    McCoy Birthday 101

    The Mammoth family wishes to offer the sincerest Happy Birthday wishes to Dave McCoy, who turns 101 years old today. Founder of Mammoth Mountain and a legend in the ski industry, Dave continues to inspire with his spirit, zeal and "for the fun of it" approach to life.

    Enjoy this day, Dave, and many more! Happy Birthday.

    See you on the hill.



  • START EXPLORING - Summer Bucket List

    by Woolly Mammoth | Aug 10, 2016


    Summer is in mid-swing so it's not to late to achieve the ultimate Summer Bucket list at Mammoth Mountain. From riding the bike park, to playing at the Adventure Center, swinging a golf club or riding the Scenic Gondola to 11,053', there's plenty to do and see this summer at Mammoth.

    See you on the hill.


  • Mammoth Stories - A Day Well Spent

    by Woolly Mammoth | Jul 27, 2016


    One of the great things about Mammoth is that there's no shortage of summer activities to do to stimulate and body and the mind. Here Mammoth athletes Kimmy Fasani and Chris Benchetler discover all the amazing things to do in and around Mammoth Mountain and Mammoth Lakes.

    See you on the hill.


  • Shred the Summit - Mammoth Bike Park

    by Woolly Mammoth | Jul 12, 2016


    The #MammothBikePark is now open top to bottom - boasting 3,500 acres and over 80 miles of singletrack, there is terrain for everyone.

    Be sure to check out our Deals & Packages and book your next trip to Mammoth now and don't forget to stay abreast of all things Bike Park, here.

    See you on the hill.




  • 2015/16 Year in Review

    by Woolly Mammoth | Jul 05, 2016


    The 2015/16 ski season officially ended on July 4, 2016 capping off an amazing 8-month run. We couldn't be more stoked on celebrating this historic season on Independence Day.

    Thanks to all who enjoyed our slopes this season and we'll see you back on the slopes this November.

    Be sure to check out all our summer deals & packages and enjoy Mammoth this summer.

     

     

  • Closing Day Extended Until July 4th

    by Woolly Mammoth | Jun 02, 2016

    Snowboarder rides the slopes carrying an American flag.

    We're thrilled to announce that Mammoth Mountain will be open for skiing and snowboarding at Main Lodge until Monday, July 4th. We expect to have top-to-bottom skiing as long as conditions allow.

    Be sure to get to Mammoth this June to enjoy the slopes for the eighth straight month and keep up to date with our latest conditions here.

    See you on the hill.



  • What's New for the Mammoth Bike Park in 2016

    by Unbound Staff | May 19, 2016

    The trail crew is building 5 new trails this Spring and we'll be operating Chair 16 on Saturday's. Here's to the summer of 2016!



  • Superpark 20 Goes Down at Mammoth Mountain

    by Woolly Mammoth | May 10, 2016


    Some of the world's best snowboarders descended on Mammoth Mountain this spring for the 20th Anniversary of Snowboarder Magazine's Superpark event.

    Bringing together North America's top terrain park builders from marquee resorts including Mammoth's very own Unbound team, Superpark again succeeded at pushing the evolution of terrain park construction.

    Mammoth's content crew were also on-site to document all the action in what is quickly being  recognized as the biggest, baddest and most progressive Superpark ever. To view photos and watch more videos visit Snowboarder.com.

    Don't forget, Mammoth's lifts are still turning with plenty of snow at Main Lodge including loads of fun features at the Unbound Main Park and Forest Trail.

    We also have a great Memorial Day Weekend planned, including lodging specials and our annual ski, bike, golf challenge, so be sure book your next trip to Mammoth today.

    See you on the hill.




  • All-Stars Hit the Slopes at Mammoth Mountain

    by Woolly Mammoth | May 03, 2016

    After School All-Stars Assemble for group photo at Mammoth sign atop Mammoth Mountain.

    38 After-School All-Star (ASAS) students from the greater Los Angeles area spent a once-in-a lifetime weekend learning to ski and snowboard at the Mammoth Mountain, on an all-expenses paid trip courtesy of the resort. After-School All-Stars, the largest school-based comprehensive afterschool provider in the country, serves mostly low-income youth of color in the middle school grades. After arriving Friday night and settling into their cabins, the kids enjoyed a welcome by CEO and President of After-School All-Stars, Ben Paul.

    Students also enjoyed snacks and ice breaker games before turning in for the night. On Saturday, the students, many of whom had never had the opportunity to see snow before, enjoyed an in-depth lesson at Ski School before hitting the slopes. Woolly cheered on the kids as they conquered the bunny slopes and quickly grew confident enough to test out more challenging runs.  

    A group of students from After School All-Stars jump for joy atop Mammoth Mountain.

    On Saturday night, the kids were joined by Mammoth Mountain staff for a career exploration opportunities panel, aimed at introducing the kids to the wide variety of careers in the hospitality industry. Participants included Mark Brownlie, COO;  Peter Korfiatis, Athletic Director; Peter Morning, Brand Photographer / Video Manager; West Vane, Ski Patrol; and Sergio Morena, Executive Housekeeper. On Sunday morning, the kids hit the slopes again, before they packed up and headed home.
     
    Ben Paul, CEO of ASAS said, “I’d like to thank Rusty Gregory, Mark Brownlie and the entire Mammoth Mountain team for your tremendous generosity.  The Mammoth All-Star Ski Weekend has become an incredible partnership that provides our students with the opportunity to not only have fun, but to learn about resilience and important life lessons.   

    Beyond trying out skiing and snowboarding, many of our students spent their first night away from home and touched snow for the first time in their lives.  In addition, the weekend exposed them to a range of interesting and challenging careers.”

    The takeaway from the weekend was that the Mammoth Mountain staff and community deeply care about giving back.  Paul continued, “Experiences like this demonstrate to our kids that the greater community is invested in helping them, and the confidence that comes with the knowledge of that greater support system will help them success in school and in life.”
     
    Thanks for everyone who came out!

    See you on the hill.