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Mammoth Mountain announced today that it will open for ’21/22 winter season on October 29—two weeks earlier than the scheduled November 13 opener. The announcement comes with an atmospheric river pointed straight at the Eastern Sierra with the potential to drop FEET of snow (7-8 inches of water equivalent) by early next week.
- Related: SnowBrains Forecast: Atmospheric River to Bring Feet of Snow to Kirkwood, Tahoe, and Mammoth Through Tuesday
The snow will add to a solid early season base already in place on Broadway, Saddle Bowl, and beyond. More specifics will be coming early next week about terrain for the opener along with plans for celebrating Halloween weekend on the mountain.
- Mammoth announced it will open two weeks early, on October 29
- For the 10th time in its history Mammoth will open in the month of October
- On schedule for the snowiest October in the last decade, already 17” with more on the way
- Mammoth’s early season conditions are routinely among the best in the country and its winter seasons are among the longest in North America