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 Mammoth Mountain is World Class!

Mammoth Mountainpowderdaze004[2] has a 11,053 foot summit, and 3,500 acres of rideable terrain. An average snowfall of 400 inches allows for riding and exploring natural hits, gullies, heart-pumping steep chutes, wide-open bowls, tree riding and wide-open cruisers. Snowboarding is allowed on 100% of the mountain.

The Unbound Terrain Parks at Mammoth Mountain is seven parks, with three halfpipes in the mix and is spread across 90 acres of terrain on Mammoth Mountain. There is Disco Park, Wonderland Park, X-Course, Forest Trail Park, Jibs Galore, South Park and Main park. Mammoth Mountain is the only resort in North America to offer three different-sized halfpipes: Mini Pipe, Super Pipe, Super Duper Pipe, (Olympic-size). Top-of-the-line pipe cutting snowcats, highly trained staff, consistent snow, sunny days and a long spring are reasons why the world's best pipe riders return to train year after year at Mammoth Mountain. Mammoth Unbound Terrain Parks are groomed nightly by a team of 9 snowcats. 

boarder webSnowboarding began in the Eastern Sierra in the mid-1980s and was one of the proving grounds of the sport's first pioneers. Since then, Mammoth and June Mountains have become top-rated ski resorts for snowboarding in the world. World class mountain with expansive challenging terrain and outstanding terrain parks have created a paradise where even newcomers to the sport fall in love with the slopes.

Unbound Blog: Talk to fellow riders about the parks and pipes conditions and learn what's new and coming on board in the Unbound. 

Mammoth Unbound 01 webJune Mountain is 20 miles to the north of Mammoth and is a snowboarder's paradise. One halfpipe and one large terrain park are sculpted to perfection. The 500-acre ski area is also well-known for classic powder runs through the trees.

 

 

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