• Terrain Park Photos of the Week

    Jan 16, 2015
    Thanks to for posting this in their photo of the week gallery. It says rider unknown, but with style like this they won't be for long.
    Snowboarder park photo
  • Prepare to Unload Face Lift

    Jan 16, 2015
  • BOOM!

    Jan 16, 2015
  • B&E Show 'Nada thing'

    Jan 14, 2015

  • Bottom Jump is OPEN

    Jan 12, 2015
    Measuring in at 55', the bottom jump in Main Park is now open. Apparently it's riding really well. Bottom Jump
  • Unbound Safety Clinic with Gabe Taylor

    Jan 11, 2015

    In a month dedicated to the knowledge and education of on-hill safety, we can’t forget about the rules of riding the park. The National Ski Area Association’s Safety Month is in full effect at Mammoth Mountain and on Saturday the movement took over Unbound Terrain Parks to focus on park safety with the Mammoth Junior Snowboard Team.


    Who better to teach the rules and regulations to the next generation of greats than our very own Gabe Taylor? With a 15-year career as a professional snowboarder at his back and a bag full to the brim with stories, stoke, tips and know-how, Gabe met the group at the top of Forest Trail and went over how to be park S.M.A.R.T.

    Here’s the code:

    Start Small - Work your way up. Build your skills.

    Take a lap through Forest Trail or spend a couple hours in South Park before moving over to Main Park. Whether it’s jibs or jumps, work up to your full potential and build your confidence by nailing the easy stuff first.

    Make a Plan - Every feature. Every Time.

    Have you ever tried to throw together a Christmas dinner in an hour? Of course not. Inventory your ingredients and make a plan. Take into consideration the snow, wind, light and anything else that could affect the way you throw down.

    Always Look - Before you drop.

    Dropping in is a commitment, make sure you and the feature are clear of all obstacles (human or not) before you drop and when you do, make it known. A hearty “DROPPING!” usually does the trick.

    Respect - The features and other riders.

    Keep a positive attitude and stay respectful of the people sharing the park. Stoke is contagious and the easiest way to get respect is by giving it.

    Take it Easy - Know your limits. Land on your feet.

    Gut feelings are usually a good indication of whether or not to “go for it.” If there’s something in your stomach telling you not to, work on poking out that method instead.

    Gabe Taylor. p. Kevin Westenbarger

    Stay safe and park S.M.A.R.T. to hone your park skills this winter. See you on the hill!

  • Most Liked Instagram Posts of 2014

    Jan 02, 2015

    South Park, sunset over the Superpipe, Grenade Games downhill and Kaya Turski; your favorite moments from 2014:


  • Behind the Scenes of Prepare to Unload

    Dec 31, 2014

    Bonus footage, outtakes, a few slams and all around awesomeness.

  • Mammoth Instatrick w/ Mammoth Mayhem

    Dec 30, 2014

    You ask, they perform

  • Mammoth Mayhem taking over Unbound Instagram

    Dec 30, 2014
    Lower Main Park about to get torn up by Spencer Whiting and his Mammoth Mayhem crew. Follow @MammothUnbound to watch the action unfold.
  • Changes

    Dec 30, 2014

  • Steve Aoki shredding Mammoth

    Dec 27, 2014

    You may have noticed some photos of Steve Aoki up in Mammoth last week and thought, world famous DJ, snowboarding? A few of us had the opportunity to head out for an afternoon of shredding with Mr. Aoki and I can report this, the man rips. Whether he was working on his switch ollies, riding the top faster or perfecting a solid method on the spine in Forest Trail, the guy was crushing it. More importantly he was having a blast, and the hoots, smiles and high fives were flowing. Stoke is contagious. Above is a photo taken late in the day of Greg Bretz laying out a mean backie over the iconic DJ. Thanks for the good times Steve!

  • Mammoth Mayhem takes over Unbound Instagram

    Dec 23, 2014

    Lower Main Park about to get torn up by Spencer Whiting and his Mammoth Mayhem crew. Follow @MammothUnbound to watch the action unfold.


  • Phil Casabon

    Dec 23, 2014


  • Chloe Kim Featured in Outside Magazine

    Dec 19, 2014

    Photo: Anaïs & Dax /Outside

    Chloe Kim is a member of Mammoth Unbound team and is quickly becoming the most high-profile competitive halfpipe snowboarder in the world. Exploding onto the competitive scene last season by landing podiums at the Grand Prix and X Games as well as becoming the youngest World Snowboard Tour overall champion ever, Chloe now 14 is the "it" girl of snowboarding. 

    Featured this week in an article by Outside Magazine, Kim combines youthful exuberance with veteran poise and skills in the halfpipe. While she was too young (at 13) to qualify for the Sochi Olympics, she is considered to be the next great hope for a US Gold Medal in 2018. 

    While a lot can happen in four years, hopes are high for Chloe's success and she seems perfectly adept and handling the pressure and the fun! 

    Congratulations to Chloe Kim and see you on the hill!

  • Ms. Superpark

    Dec 18, 2014

    Ms. Superpark was a phenomenal event showcasing some heavy shredding from the best in women's snowboarding. Olympic medalists? Yup. X Games Winner? Uh-huh. Video part of the year? She was here too. Click Here for more coverage.
  • Kelly Clark & Chloe Kim Podium at Dew Tour

    Dec 17, 2014


    Congrats to Mammoth Unbound athletes Kelly clark and Chloe Kim for finishing 1st and 2nd, respectively, in the women's snowboard halfpipe final at the Toyota Mountain Championships Dew Tour Event at Breckenridge, Colorado. 

    Be sure to vote for Chloe Kim who has been nominated as the Toyota Athlete of the Year. Click here to cast your vote!

  • Henrik Harlaut early season

    Nov 20, 2014

    Henrik has been hanging out lapping chair 6 in preparation for the Dew Tour, crush it out there amigo!