Thanks to the most snow in North America (and likely the world), Mammoth Mountain announced today that it will remain open for “winter” (skiing and snowboarding) operations through AT LEAST July (no firm closing day has been set).
The announcement comes with the resort’s season snowfall record (668”) likely to fall in the next week.
Well known for its extended spring seasons, Mammoth has a long tradition of operating well into the summer months but has never announced an extension of this length of time this early in the season. In short, this will likely be the best spring skiing and riding the eastern sierra has ever seen.
A few things to note:
- Season snowfall total: 634” at Main Lodge
- Over 800” at the summit
- Current base depths:
- 305” at the summit
- 252” at Main Lodge