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 MountainAir service to Mammoth is expanding with two new direct routes from Las Vegas [Alaska Airlines] and Denver [United Airlines] for Winter 2014-2015. The Denver United flight will run on Saturdays beginning Dec 20th, 2014. Denver is an ideal hub for other markets such as Chicago, Newark, and San Francisco, also allowing increased international access. The Vegas flight will run on Thursdays and Mondays beginning January 15, 2015.
Information last updated 11/05/2015.