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Drought Schmout: Why Mammoth at its Worst is Still Better Than Almost Anywhere

16th March 2015 | Heather B. Fried

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Downloading the lift at June Mountain. - © Victor Roberto

Downloading the lift at June Mountain.
Copyright: Victor Roberto

Downloading the lift at June Mountain. - © Victor Roberto
Enjoying the serenity touring back to June Mountain. - © Victor Roberto

Enjoying the serenity touring back to June Mountain.
Copyright: Victor Roberto

Enjoying the serenity touring back to June Mountain. - © Victor Roberto
Want to ski that? Maybe next time... - © Victor Roberto

Want to ski that? Maybe next time...
Copyright: Victor Roberto

Want to ski that? Maybe next time... - © Victor Roberto
Up we go! - © Heather B. Fried

Up we go!
Copyright: Heather B. Fried

Up we go! - © Heather B. Fried
Making our way back down after touring up. - © Victor Roberto

Making our way back down after touring up.
Copyright: Victor Roberto

Making our way back down after touring up. - © Victor Roberto
Besides a powder day, you couldn't ask for much better than this. - © Victor Roberto

Besides a powder day, you couldn't ask for much better than this.
Copyright: Victor Roberto

Besides a powder day, you couldn't ask for much better than this. - © Victor Roberto
Our locally-made touring vehicles for the day. - © Victor Roberto

Our locally-made touring vehicles for the day.
Copyright: Victor Roberto

Our locally-made touring vehicles for the day. - © Victor Roberto
Mammoth had us at the airport already. - © Heather B. Fried

Mammoth had us at the airport already.
Copyright: Heather B. Fried

Mammoth had us at the airport already. - © Heather B. Fried
Back on June Mountain, the spring conditions left a bit to be desired. - © Victor Roberto

Back on June Mountain, the spring conditions left a bit to be desired.
Copyright: Victor Roberto

Back on June Mountain, the spring conditions left a bit to be desired. - © Victor Roberto
Getting ready to make our backcountry descent after a couple hours' climb. - © Victor Roberto

Getting ready to make our backcountry descent after a couple hours' climb.
Copyright: Victor Roberto

Getting ready to make our backcountry descent after a couple hours' climb. - © Victor Roberto
Wide open bowls and technical terrain off Mammoth's awesome Chair 23. - © Heather B. Fried

Wide open bowls and technical terrain off Mammoth's awesome Chair 23.
Copyright: Heather B. Fried

Wide open bowls and technical terrain off Mammoth's awesome Chair 23. - © Heather B. Fried
Even socked in, Mammoth is magical. - © Heather B. Fried

Even socked in, Mammoth is magical.
Copyright: Heather B. Fried

Even socked in, Mammoth is magical. - © Heather B. Fried
Even the flight attendants to and from Mammoth Lakes airport were cool, giving my boot bag it's own seat and row. - © Heather B. Fried

Even the flight attendants to and from Mammoth Lakes airport were cool, giving my boot bag it's own seat and row.
Copyright: Heather B. Fried

Even the flight attendants to and from Mammoth Lakes airport were cool, giving my boot bag it's own seat and row. - © Heather B. Fried

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