Mammoth

Mammoth Mountain is the leading four-season mountain resort in California with 3,500 acres, 28 lifts, 150 runs, 7 terrain parks, and 2 superpipes at our peak elevation of 3,369 meters, making Mammoth the Top of California. Nestled on the border of Yosemite National Park, Mammoth offers stunning views as you hit Mammoth’s epic slopes under the California sun.

Overview

Mammoth boasts up to 300 sunshine days each year and one of the longest ski/board seasons in North America. From morning carves to corduroy corridors and Apres ski, Mammoth produces some of the most beautiful days for ski/boarding heading into March and April.

  • Varied terrain with wide open groomers, fun tree runs, and massive bowls and tight chutes
  • Free public transportation connects the mountain’s three base areas, as well as social hubs at the Village and the town of Mammoth Lakes
  • Each base is home to ski school, rental shops, day care, restaurants, as well as distinct ski-in/ski-out properties

Mountain Statistics

Statistics

Top Elevation 3,369 Metres
Base Elevation 3,369 Metres
Vertical Drop 945 Metres
Skiable Terrain 3,500 Acres
Lifts 28 lifts
Runs 150
Ave Annual Snowfall1016 1,016 cms
Terrain Beginner 25%
Terrain Intermediate 40%
Terrain Advanced 20%
Terrain Expert 15%
Ski in / Ski out Yes

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Getting There

Getting to Mammoth Mountain

Mammoth Mountain is located in Eastern California, along the east side of the Sierra Nevada mountain range in the Inyo National Forest.
Fly into Mammoth Yosemite Airport and we can arrange either a shared or private shuttle to your accommodation – approximately 15 minutes.

Accommodation

Choice of properties: a classic mountain lodge, Mammoth Mountain Inn, high-end Village Lodge, or family-friendly Juniper Springs Lodge, offering everything from standard hotel rooms, to luxury condos.

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