Mammoth Mountain in California is currently forecast to see 92-122″ of snow in the next 3-days.
That’s 7.5 to 10 feet of snow in 3-days…
It’s going to be a wild ride.
Expect some mountain delays and limitations due to the powerful storm this week.
“🚨Winds are increasing as we speak and a blizzard warning is in effect late tonight through Friday morning with snowfall predictions upwards of 6 feet by the end of the week. ❄️🙌🏽 We anticipate limited mountain operations the next two days, please check back for detailed operational updates tomorrow morning. Lodge access is also limited at this time and there will likely be wait times to access lodges throughout the week – plan to spend the majority of your time outdoors. Anyone traveling to the area this week should expect heavy snowfall, dangerous road conditions and the potential for road closures.
While we are STOKED to see Mother Nature’s return to Mammoth, it is important to remember the following; Closures and weather holds are in place for everyone’s safety. Do not jeopardize your safety, the safety of our employees, and the safety of our guests by cutting closures – at a minimum, you will lose your pass. Snow immersion suffocation (SIS) danger is very real, always ski and ride with a buddy and keep your partner in sight. Use extra caution where deep, loose snow exists, especially near trees. If you are going to fall, attempt to do so feet first.
Download the Mammoth Mobile App for real time operating information and snowfall updates. Planning ahead is more important than ever. Dress warm, be patient, ski and ride with caution, and enjoy what looks to be some deep pow days ahead. ❄️💃🏼 🎉”
- Mammoth Mountain, 1/26/21