- 22 Resorts
- Consistent Snow
- Diverse destinations
- Resorts open before those of many other states
- Home to Vail, Beaver Creek, Copper Mountain
Season Start/End: 11/13 - 5/31
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from US$35.00 to US$105.00
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Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort boasts an impressive 400 inches of annual snowfall and the highest summit elevation in the state of California at a height of 11,053ft. Located in the southwest corner of the volcanic Long Valley Caldera on the eastern edge of California’s Sierra Nevada Mountain Range; Mammoth Mountain lives up to its name by offering over 3,500 skiable acres and a 3,100ft vertical drop.
The resort is home to modern facilities, excellent terrain options, and an extended ski season that can sometimes last into July. The mountain has a variety of expansive bowls, tree skiing, wide open groomers, steep chutes and world-class terrain parks.
Most visitors stay in the town of Mammoth Lakes, California. The resort is a great starting point to explore the Sierra Nevada Mountains and is only about an hour drive from Yosemite National Park.
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There are multiple terrain options to explore at Mammoth Mountain. The resort truly is of mammoth proportions with over 3,500 skiable acres to explore. An extensive lift system transports skiers to a great mix of terrain with 25% beginner, 40% intermediate and 35% advanced and expert trails.
Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort is situated on the north side of Mammoth Mountain and receives an average of four hundred inches of snowfall a year. The resort sits at a high elevation that ensures better snow quality and provides visitors with sweeping views across the Eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains.
The top of the mountain is home to steep chutes and mogul runs combined with expansive bowls and glades. The resort is also has world-class terrain parks that are internationally renowned and frequented by many professionals.
Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort is home to the Unbound Terrain parks, where the top pros in extreme snowboarding and skiing come to train. The terrain parks offer facilities aimed at creating a seamless transition from beginner to pro terrain.