Thanks to record-breaking snowfall, Mammoth Mountain, CA, will be staying open until August. Starting 4/21, the plan is to have terrain and access out of both Canyon, Eagle and Village Gondola Fri-Sun through at least the end of April.
The resort has seen 882″ of snowfall at the summit and currently has a 264-328″ base.
“We are stoked to announce that we will be open daily for skiing and riding until AT LEAST the end of July. As always, we do not have a closing date set, but will plan to stay open as long as conditions allow. Sitting on one of the deepest base depths ever recorded at Main Lodge, it’s going to be some of the best spring skiing and riding we’ve ever seen.”
– Mammoth Mountain
As Mammoth Lakes celebrates the most snowfall in history, those heading to Mammoth can expect beautiful bluebird days ahead. The weather has cleared for the foreseeable future, allowing excellent sunny conditions. The Town of Mammoth Lakes is open and ready to welcome visitors to enjoy all this record snow.
“The sun is out, and the shredding is SO good. Spring conditions are the best we’ve ever seen, and we still have FOUR MONTHS of skiing and riding ahead of us! We are excited to announce that we will keep access and terrain open out of Canyon and Eagle Fri-Sun starting 4/21 until the end of April. Canyon and Eagle are scheduled to close full operations after 4/16 as we start a major construction project on the replacement and realignment of Canyon Express (16) with a high-speed 6-pack lift.
Starting 4/17, we expect to operate Broadway (1), Stump Alley (2), Face Lift (3), Roller Coaster (4), High-Five (5), Unbound (6), Gold Rush (10), Discovery (11), Chairs 12, 13, 14, 23 and the Panorama Gondola to the summit as conditions allow. We will then add in access and operations out of Canyon and Eagle on Fri-Sun with The Village Gondola, Chair 8, Cloud Nine (9), and Eagle (15) through the end of April. Main Lodge and ML terrain will be open daily until the end of the season. Lift operations are subject to change, and we will continue to evaluate conditions, adjust accordingly, and provide updates as things change and we move into May.”
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