Mammoth, CA Report: The Longest Wiggle in the World | 44 Turns

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The longest wiggle in the world. image: snowbrains

Report from July 2, 2023

Brought to you by Mammoth Mountain, CA

We got out early yesterday and cranked laps over on Chair 5.

It was a private ski resort over there with very few people – especially for a holiday weekend.

Once things softened up more we headed over to Chair 23 and we were stoked to see that the weekend crowd did a great job of connecting the upper and lower Chair 23 wiggles.

We counted 44 turns.

We had to see if we could do it without stopping.

We went for it and it was an absolute blast.

Chair 23. image: snowbrains

Not the best wiggle in the world, but most certainly the longest.

After skiing went for brunch at The Warming Hut, then swam at the condo, then for a surf at the Lazy River, then another swim before charging back up the mountain to watch the fireworks show.

Thanks, Mammoth!


image: mammoth, 7/3/23


image: noaa, 7/3/23


Chair 2 at 7:30am. image: snowbrains
Mammoth summit sign. image: snowbrains
Where’ve you seen this before? image: snowbrains
Remember this? image: snowbrains
Pool party. image: snowbrains
We’ve never seen green this far up the mountains here before. image: snowbrains
Lazy River. image: snowbrains
Iris. image: snowbrains
River. image: snowbrains
Surf o clock! image: snowbrains
Dwanis river surfing. image: snowbrains
Submarine. image: snowbrains
Mammoth Mountain firework show. image: snowbrains

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