[PHOTOS] Mammoth Mountain, CA, Closed Today Due to Too Much Snow | With Over 400″ Now Officially Snowiest Resort on Earth

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Mammoth Mountain, Mammoth Lakes,
DEEP! Credit: Patrick Griley/Mammoth Lakes Tourism

Thanks to continued snowfall, Mammoth Mountain, CA, has reported 40 – 54 inches from this current storm with an expected snow accumulation of 22 -28 inches today.

Mammoth Mountain has surpassed last year’s season snowfall total and, with 419″ of fresh snow at the summit, is now officially the snowiest ski area on Earth. 310 inches have dropped at the Main Lodge, including 13 feet since January 1. The resort also has the deepest base in the country.

 

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Mammoth has been closed today due to the intense snowfall conditions and very dangerous travel in the area. Roads have been heavily impacted and are not plowed. The resort will focus on avalanche mitigation work today and protecting our equipment. They plan to reopen tomorrow, January 11.

 

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Mammoth Mountain, Mammoth Lakes,
Credit: Patrick Griley/Mammoth Lakes Tourism
Mammoth Mountain, Mammoth Lakes,
Credit: Patrick Griley/Mammoth Lakes Tourism
Mammoth Mountain, Mammoth Lakes,
Credit: Patrick Griley/Mammoth Lakes Tourism



Mammoth Mountain, Mammoth Lakes,
Credit: Patrick Griley/Mammoth Lakes Tourism
Credit: Patrick Griley/Mammoth Lakes Tourism
Credit: Patrick Griley/Mammoth Lakes Tourism

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2 thoughts on “[PHOTOS] Mammoth Mountain, CA, Closed Today Due to Too Much Snow | With Over 400″ Now Officially Snowiest Resort on Earth

  1. Nice good proper update after the Alta article the other day claiming they had the most snow. Good work.

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