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Woolly at SunsetMammoth continues to add new chair lifts, terrain features and new building structures. It is a work in progress all the time. That is one of the reasons Southern Californians consider Mammoth a "local" ski resort. Truly, Mammoth is a destination resort rated in the top ten of all US ski resorts. You can now fly directly to Mammoth and land at the Mammoth Yosemite (MMH) airport which is just minutes from town.

Central California Eastern Sierra Nevada Mountain Range.
Average Sunny Days:      
300 days annually
Average Snowfall:          
385 inches
Length of Season:             November - June
Vertical Rise:                   3,100 feet/945m
Base Elevation:                 7,953 feet / 2,424m
Top Elevation:                  
11,053 fee t/ 3,369m
Skiable Acreage: 3,500+ / 1,416+ hectares
Snow-making: 46 trails
Number of Lifts: 30 - 1 Express six-pack, 8 Express Quads,1 Quad, 8 Triples, 6 Doubles, 3 Gondolas
Number of Trails: 150 named trails
Uphill Capacity: 56,600 rides per hour
Longest Run: 3 miles
Terrain: 30% advanced, 40% intermediate, 30% beginner

Mammoth Mountain Race Department offers race clinics for recreational skiers and racers of all ages along with competitive snowboard coaching. An automatic pay race course and a wide variety of exciting racing programs and events are also available.

Lift tickets can be purchased at Main Lodge, Canyon Lodge and Little Eagle. The mountain offers facilities such as ski/snowboard repair, sport shop, race department and rentals.

24 hour snow report - 888-SNOWRPT
Mammoth Mountain Lodging Reservations - 866-864-6444

Grooming: Mammoth grooms nightly. Grooming maps are posted at all ticket lobbies and around the base lodges.


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