California's Highest Lift-Served Peak
Our mountain is big, but our reputation for fun is even bigger. At 11,053 feet, Mammoth boasts the highest summit of any California resort, making for deeper, better snow, and beautiful vistas. With 3,500 skiable acres, an average of 400 inches of snowfall and 300 days of sunshine per year, and a season that typically stretches Nov–June, Mammoth delivers big smiles on the slopes from first timers to Olympians.
Lots of Snow = a Long Season
Typically the first CA resort to open and the last to close, we have one of the longest seasons offering plenty of fun on the slopes. Check out more fun stats that make Mammoth stand out from other ski areas.
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Best Terrain Parks
Our Unbound Terrain Parks have led the industry in innovation, quality and design for over 20 years. With 3 halfpipes, 100+ jibs and up to 50 jumps spread across 7 unique parks, there's a reason we're always included in the top-rated terrain parks, and pros like Shaun White and Chloe Kim call us home.
World-Class Ski School
There’s nothing more fun than ripping down a run with style to spare. Whether it's your family's first day on the slopes or you're looking to take your skills to new heights, you’ll be turning heads before you know it with group or private lessons for ages 3+ from our top-notch ski and snowboard instructors – some of the best in the nation.
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Competitions & Family Events
From professional competitions like the US Grand Prix and Olympic trials to family-friendly festivities including Night of Lights, Woolly's Saturday Parade and Full Moon Snowshoe Tours, Mammoth hosts tons of exciting events throughout the season that offer tons of adventure, entertainment and good times.
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Easy to Get Here
Fly, drive or hitch a ride. No matter your means of transportation, getting to Mammoth is easy from nearly anywhere. Only a few hours drive from most CA cities, you can get here even quicker with daily direct flights from LAX, SFO and DEN during the winter season.
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