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June Mountain Ski Resort

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Overview

Southeast of Yosemite National Park near June Lake, and down the road from Mammoth Mountain, June Mountain offers 1,500 accessible acres to skiers and riders. Seven lifts service a 2,590ft vertical rise and provide access to 35 named trails. 80% of June Mountain’s terrain is beginner or intermediate so there are three terrain parks to entertain freestylers, while backcountry tours can be taken to places such as Gnome Zone, Upper Glass Creek, San Joaquin Ridge, the Negatives, Fern Creek, Carson Peak, Devil's Slide, Four Seasons, and much more. 

 

Transportation

Numerous lodges, chalets, cottages, town homes, and hotels all within driving distance of June Mountain. Double Eagle Resort and Spa offers guests seclusion and on-mountain pampering.

Inside Scoop

The June Meadows Chalet offers complete rental and repair services, sports school, sport shop and childcare. Cafeteria style dining, cocktail bar, Stew Pot Slim's at the base of Chair J7 offers daily lunch. They don't take credit cards. Then there's the June Meadows Chalet at the top of Chair J1. Cafeteria style with indoor/outdoor seating, cocktails. June Lake has a variety of restaurants to choose from, offering a full range of cuisine types at affordable rates.

Plan Your Trip

June Mountain Lodging

Best Time for Snow

Total Snowfall

102"
64"
43"
21"
0"
0"
Nov
85"
Dec

Terrain Overview

16%
Beginners Runs
40%
Intermediate Runs
28%
Advanced Runs
16%
Expert Runs
43
Runs in Total
2 mi
Longest Run
1500 ac
Skiable Terrain

Total Lifts: 7

2
High Speed Quads
4
Double Chairs
1
Surface Lifts

Elevation

10090'
Summit
2590'
Vertical Drop
7545'
Base

Important Dates

December 18, 20212021/12/18
Projected Opening
April 10, 20222022/04/10
Projected Closing
128
Projected Days Open
111
Days Open Last Year
61
Years Open
250"
Average Snowfall
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