Mammoth Mountain, CA Will CLOSE For Season on July 28th After 260-Days of Operations!

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Legendary Mammoth Mountain, CA will finally close for the season on July 28th, 2019 after 260 consecutive days of operation.

We lived in Mammoth the entire month of June and the skiing was straight fire with a baller terrain park, deep wiggle excitement, and excellent big mountain skiing on the daily.

Mammoth will only be closed for 103 days before opening again on November 9th, 2019!

Thanks, Mammoth!

Andy Hays smashing snow off Chair 23 with the 14,000′ White Mountains, CA in the background in June. image: snowbrains

*CLOSING DAY ANNOUNCEMENT* The 18/19 season has been one of the best in recent history – endless pow days, wild weather, summer shredding and so many good times on the hill with all of you. Mother Nature has been turning up the heat recently and snow is melting fast – the last day of skiing and riding will be Sunday, July 28. Stay tuned for details on a closing day celebration.

Thanks to EVERYONE that was a part of this season, you made this 260 day 718” season one for the record books.

Get stoked, the 19/20 season kicks off on November 9th!

Lost in the wiggle in June. image: snowbrains

Check out our 10 Conditions Reports from Mammoth in June 2019:

June 2019 Mammoth Mountain, CA Reports

Andy with the 360 grab in June. image: snowbrains
Connery on the S-rail at Mammoth in June. image: snowbrains
Miles backflip in June. image: snowbrains

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