Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort Guide
- Acres of ski:3500
- Terrain Parks:13
- X-Country:45 km
Mammoth Mountain opens early and some years doesn't close until the fourth of July. Mammoth Mountain has added snow making to the top of its highest peak (more than 11,000 feet) and down the Cornice Run. Mammoth Mountain is exactly what its name implies: Big. Ok, so how big is it? 3,500 acres to play on, a vertical drop of 3,100 feet, access to lift skiing at 11,053 feet, 156 trails and 28 chair lifts (9 of which are high-speed zappers). There are an average of 300 days of sunshine a year here. The Lincoln House and White Mountain Lodge are a village gondola ride away and offer luxury condos from studios to three bedrooms. Full service hotels, convenient motels, luxury condominiums, quaint chalets, cozy cabins, and even dormitory style lodging are all located in the town of Mammoth Lakes, only 4 miles from the ski area.
- Nearest Airport:Mammoth Yosemite Airport/Reno
- Nearest Train Station:-
- Tourist Office Phone:800-626-6684
- Tourist Office Website:www.mammothmountain.com
- Slopeside accommodation:yes
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- Issued:26 Sep
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Visitor Reviews of Mammoth Mountain
Nathan Roberts from United States writes:
Mammoth is amazing. I've been to other resorts around the country and world: Vail, Beaver, Steamboat, Kirkwood, Heavenly, Zermatt, and Mammoth is by far my favorite mountain.
Has a small town feel, but the amenities of some of the best resorts. Love Mammoth and excited that flights are now available out of Orange County, because the drive through LA sucks.