Skiing and Snowboarding at June Mountain
Mammoth Mountain’s sister resort, June Mountain, is perfect place for visitors looking for a quieter skiing and snowboarding experience. This local favorite is loved for its less crowded slopes and a laid-back vibe. Known as Eastern Sierra’s “family mountain,” June Mountain offers plenty of fun, family-friendly terrain, including groomed trails of all levels and beginner terrain parks.
What to Expect at June Mountain
Reaching 10,090 feet (3,089 m) at the summit, June Mountain averages about 250 inches of snow per year. The season typically runs from mid-December to early April.
Six chair lifts serve 35 named trails, three begginer terrain parks and 1,500 acres of skiable terrain (20% advanced; 45% intermediate; 35% begginer).
June Mountain offers equipment rentals, skiing and snowboarding lessons and on-mountain dining options. Check the June Mountain website for information about hours of operation for the ticket office, chair lifts and on-mountain services.
June Mountain Lift Tickets
The June Mountain lift ticket office is located in the parking lot at the bottom of Chair J1. Lift tickets can be purchased day-of on site or in advance on the June Mountain website or by calling 888-586-3686.
Save on June Mountain lift tickets by purchasing at least seven days in advance or buying multi-day lift tickets. Families can also save on June Mountain lift tickets by taking advantage of June Mountain’s “kids under 12 ski free” policy.
Pricing is based on seasonality. Mammoth Mountain lift tickets can be used at June Mountain, however June Mountain lift tickets cannot be used at Mammoth Mountain.
The rental and demo shop at June Mountain offers a variety of equipment for all skiing and snowboarding skill levels (helmets also available). To reserve your rental equipment, go to the June Mountain website, call 888-586-3686 or stop by the rental shop located at the top of Chair J1.
June Mountain is just 35 minutes north of Mammoth Lakes by car. Parking at June Mountain is free. Get directions here. A number of Mammoth Lakes taxi and shuttle services also provide transportation to June Mountain.
Eastern Sierra Transit Authority (ESTA) provides roundtrip shuttle service from The Village at Mammoth to June Mountain. The shuttle is a good option if you are planning to spend the entire day at June Mountain, as it only runs once in the morning and once at the end of the day. Learn more about the shuttle from Mammoth Lakes to June Mountain here.
June Meadows Chalet Cafeteria
Located at the top of Chair J1, the June Meadows Chalet Cafeteria offers breakfast and lunch, with service beginning at 8am. Indoor and outdoor seating make the June Mountain Chalet the perfect spot for a bite to eat between runs no matter the weather.
World Famous Antler Bar
Tucked inside the June Mountain Chalet, the World Famous Antler Bar is the perfect place to have a beer or a cocktail while soaking up the legendary, laid-back June Mountain vibe. Plus, the views from the sundeck at the June Mountain Chalet.
Stew Pot Slim’s
If you’re looking for a spot to grab a quick bite without slowing down your day, head Stew Pot Slim’s at the base of Chair J7. The outpost offers a simple lunch menu, serving sandwiches, chili, beer and wine.