Mammoth Mountain - The Village

Mammoth Mountain - The Village

The Village is Mammoth's central hub of retail shops, stores, and restaurants.  Find gear from top names in action sports to trendy clothing for off the slopes. Dining options range from mouth-watering barbeque to swanky pub grub and great Mexican food. Keep the party going into the night with Mammoth's hippest nightclubs and bars.


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Open daily at 7 AM. Start your day with a specialty coffee drink or pastry treat. There are plenty of hot and iced drinks to choose from, as well as delicious Starbucks pastries and baked goods. Free Wi-Fi is available for Starbucks customers.



Quiksilver:  Open Sunday through Thursday from 10 AM to 6 PM; Friday and Saturday from 10 AM to 8 PM. Rentals and demos are available at this location.

McCoy Sports:  Open Sunday through Thursday from 10 AM to 6 PM; Friday and Saturday from 10 AM to 8 PM.

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Dining & Nightlife

Whether you're looking for authentic Mexican, fine dining or great comfort food, The Village at Mammoth has plenty of choices for you. If you're just looking for a quick cup of joe, a fancy coffee drink or some sweets, options abound...

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Mountain Center

Everything you need in one location!  The Mountain Center at The Village is a great location to pick up  rentals and demo equipment, purchase tickets and sign up for lessons.  The Mountain Center is located near Dave McCoy's statue in The Village at Mammoth.


The Ski Back Trail

The Village Ski Back Trail is accessible near the bottom of Roller Coaster Express and the top of Chair 7 and ends at the corner of Forest Trail and Minaret Road next to The Village. Following the natural slope and grade of the terrain and running approximately 7,800 linear feet, the trail has an average width of 22 feet.

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