Resort Description

Mammoth. No ski resort embodies its name like this behemoth of a mountain located in California’s spectacular Eastern Sierra. With some of the most impressive snowfall in North America it’s not uncommon for a ski season to last into July. World-famous parks, steep chutes, wide open bowls and 360 degrees of aspect means there’s always something great to ski.

Terrain Breakdown

25 percent beginner; 40 percent intermediate; 35 percent advanced

The Bottom Line

“The Mountains, the terrain, the snow pack, the parks, the weather, the location, the community…Mammoth has shaped who I am as a skier” –Chris Benchetler


State: California
Annual Snowfall: 400 inches
Vertical Drop: 3,100 feet
Ticket Prices: $79-$99
Skiable Acres: 3,500
Number of Trails: 150
Number of Lifts: 28
Parks & Pipes: 9 parks, 3 pipes
Backcountry Access Policy: Open boundary
Nearest Airport: Mammoth Yosemite Airport, CA (13 miles away).
Hotels/Lodging: The Village, Juniper Springs, Mammoth Mountain Inn, Westin
Local Restaurants: Campo, Nevado’s, Lakefront, Giovanni’s, Sushi Rei
Local Bars: The Yodler, Sundeck at Canyon Lodge, Mammoth Tavern, Lakanuki
Season Highlights: 11/13/14: Opening Day
12/20/14: Night of Lights
12/31/14: New Years Celebrations
02/02/15 – 02/07/15: U.S. Grand Prix
02/09/15 – 02/13/15: U.S. Revolution Tour
03/20/15 – 03/22/15: Mammoth Winter Biathlon
04/09/15 – 04/12/15: Mammoth Invitational
TBD: Chix on Stix, Chris Benchetler Sessions

Phone: (800) MAMMOTH
Twitter: @MammothMountain
Instagram: @MammothMountain