Mammoth Mountain Skiing and Snowboarding Terrain / Mountain StatsMammoth Lakes, CA US
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Mammoth Mountain TerrainMammoth Mountain is located at the end of a geological funnel called that San Joaquin Valley. Storms come hot off the Pacific, travel up the natural low-point in the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range and slam right into Mammoth Mountain. Home of legendary "big dumps", like the Feburary, 2007's 8-foot storm in 24hrs!
Mammoth receives an average snowfall of 400 inches per year, all with 300 days of sunshine. It's either snowing hard or it's clear and warm; there are very few overcast days without precipitation.
So, grab your sunscreen and your powderboards, hop on any one of our non-stop flights from San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego or Orange County and PLAY BIG at Mammoth Mountain!
Mammoth Mountain SnowboardingHalfpipes: 3
Tarrain Parks: 8
The Mammoth Mountain Unbound Terrain Parks lead the industry in innovation and quality with seven parks, three pipes, 65+ jibs and 50+ jumps on 90 acres of California’s favorite mountain resort. Using state-of-the-art equipment to provide a progressive environment for all levels, from beginners to a team of 13 professional athletes, the Unbound earns consistent ratings among the top parks of the world.
Mammoth Mountain Mountain Stats
What's New This Season at Mammoth MountainThe 2013-2014 is Mammoth's 60th anniversary! Come celebrate with us all season long.
Information last updated 04/21/2014.