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posted 3 years ago by anonymous user
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heading up in a day hows the pow?
posted 3 years ago by anonymous user
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going in a day or two i hope its nar
posted 3 years ago by anonymous user
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crusty in the morning, slushy by early afternoon. Still worth the trip but expect spring skiing.
posted 3 years ago by anonymous user
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Not renewing pass. Better snow everywhere else including June Mountain.
posted 3 years ago by Bear_Mountain
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We are expected to stay open through at least April 15th, with Chair 9 only after Easter
posted 3 years ago by anonymous user
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to all you complainers. be greatful for any snow this season. dont forget is april. spring conditions. if you got extra money to spend gp to utah
posted 3 years ago by anonymous user
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update on conditions? headed there this weekend.
posted 3 years ago by Bear_Mountain
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All runs are open through Easter then starting next Monday we expect to operate only Chair 9 through April 15th. http://t.co/rf6r4xhj
posted 3 years ago by anonymous user
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last storm
posted 3 years ago by anonymous user
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conditions are great. staying open thru memorial day!
posted 3 years ago by anonymous user
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this place blows. 1 person working the rentals - 45 minutes to rent gear. WTF. Many dirt patches. Bring your rock board. The snow wont make it till April 8th.
posted 3 years ago by MammothMountain
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It's official! Mammoth Mountain will stay open for skiing and snowboarding through Memorial Day - maybe longer!
posted 3 years ago by anonymous user
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Agreed!!! The season is DONE here. Nothing but slush and puddles. If you go, dont plan to ski or board just go for the beauty and the bar.
posted 3 years ago by anonymous user
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last dAy of the season. was fun
posted 3 years ago by MammothMountain
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MVP passes on sale now. The best value to ski/ride #Mammoth - this season and next! http://t.co/xUmKBkfS

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