Snow Report



Mammoth winter action webWhat sets Mammoth Mountain apart is an 11,053 foot summit and over 3,500 acres of skiable terrain that includes heart-pumping steep chutes, wide open bowls, tree skiing, bumps, gullies, and wide open, well groomed trails. An average of over 400 inches of snow is caused by weather patterns from the Pacific that form over the Sierra. Mammoth Mountain is traditionally among the first ski areas to open and sometimes operates as late as the Fourth of July.

Winter Sporting Good Stores and Rentals

boarder webMammoth is known as one of the world's best resorts for spring skiing, sometimes staying open until July 4th. By late April the ski area is less expensive, uncrowded, and provides for a perfect day of mid-morning skiing followed by a game of golf, fishing or mountain biking.

Snowmaking:  477 acres/193 hectares, covering 48 trails - 33%
Number of lifts - 28 2 six-pack, 10 quads
(9 high-speed detachable), 7 triples, 4 doubles, 3 gondolas and 2 surface lifts (2 pomas).
Number of Trails: 150 named trails
Uphill Capacity:  50,000 riders per hour
Longest Run: 3 miles
Terrain: 15% expert, 20% advanced, 40% intermediate, 25% beginner

Wooly webFacilities:
 4 day lodges, 10 sport shops, 9 rental/repair shops, 1 on-hill snack bar, 3 food courts/cafeterias, ski and snowboard school, race department, lockers, hotel and condominium accommodations, 5 restaurants, 7 bars, child care and game room. For more information call Mammoth Mountain Ski Area - 800-626-6684 (800-Mammoth) or 760-934-2571. 

Mammoth Ski School webTaking a lesson from one of Mammoth Mountain's outstanding team of professional AASI/PSIA certified instructors will create a lifelong skier and/or rider out of you. After a day on the slopes with us, your skiing and riding will certainly improve and you will know what we know - that the better you get, the more fun you have.

The thousands of acres of epic terrain are keeping it fun everywhere on the mountain!

Photos provided by Mammoth Mountain Ski Area