Mammoth Amounts of Terrain. Mammoth Snowfall. Mammoth fun!
Mammoth Lakes is home to the world-class Mammoth Mountain Ski Area. Mammoth describes the size of this mountain resort but also the length of the now season! With over 3,500 acres (1,416 ha), 28 lifts, 150 trails and snow that doesn't stop until the average of 400 inches (1,016 cm) falls - lifts are usually transporting very happy visitors well into June.
Here, sun-splashed days of blue skies and vibrant white snow-covered terrain welcome you - whether you ski, snowboard or telemark, Mammoth Mountain is your winter nirvana. If you dream of picking a line down a chute, through the trees or carving big turns on groomers, Mammoth Mountain delivers.
We're your complete resource and guide to California's premier winter resort. Find information about skiing and snowboarding on Mammoth Mountain and tips on where to find the best snowmobiling, cross country skiing, snowshoeing and sledding in and around Mammoth Lakes. Mammoth offers endless activities for fun in the snow!
Unbound Terrain Parks
Rated one of the top ten parks in North America by TransWorld Snowboarding, Mammoth Mountain is where the US Olympic snowboard team member Gregory Bretz calls home. Mammoth's Unbound Terrain Parks include 9 parks on 100 acres (40 ha) of terrain with 80+ rails/boxes/jibs, 50+ jumps and three halfpipes - 12, 18 and 22 feet (3.6, 5.4 and 6.7 m).
Ski and Snowboard Instruction
Enjoying the mountain is made even easier by the professional staff of AASI and PSIA-certififed instructors. You'll be sporting a wide smile as you improve your skills with a member from the cross-cultural team. An extensive range of lesson plans are available, with group and private lesson for skiers and snowboarders of all ages and abilities.
Disabled Sports Eastern Sierra (DSES) at Mammoth Mountain's Main Lodge offers instruction to those with physical or cognitive disabilities. The DSES school also offers year-round recreation training.