Snow drift at top of Mammoth Mountain

Snowfall History

deep, deeper, deepest

At 11,053 feet, Mammoth Mountain 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, 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.

Snow totals as reported from Main Lodge

This Month

DateInchesSeason Total
March 307"702"
March 2928"695"
March 243"667"
March 2218"664"
March 2016"646"
March 162"630"
March 1516"628"
March 137"612"
March 127"605"
March 1117"598"
March 1013"581"
March 91"568"
March 617"567"
March 513"550"
March 21"537"
March 126"536"

This Season vs. Last Season

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