[RECAP] Winter 2022-23: The Snowiest Season of All Time at Mammoth Mountain, CA

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275 days since the resort first opened for the season, Mammoth Mountain shut down its lifts on Closing Day, August 6, 2023. The California resort has appropriately published a season recap video on its social channels, documenting the insanity that took place last season and thanking everyone who worked so hard over the course of its historic winter.

By the numbers:

  • Most snowfall in Mammoth’s history with 715-905 Inches falling
  • Four consecutive months of 100+ inches of snowfall
  • Open for 275 days of skiing and snowboarding
  • Third time Mammoth has been open for skiing and riding into August, tied for the second latest closing day on record

The 22/23 winter season was one for the history books. Take a look back at all the chapters that made this winter one to never forget. Thank you to everyone who joined us for this historic 275-day journey of winter FUN.

Chapter 1️⃣ – Early Season
Chapter 2️⃣ – Holidays
Chapter 3️⃣ – Powder Party
Chapter 4️⃣ – Record Breaking
Chapter 5️⃣ – Fun ☀️
Chapter 6️⃣ – Second Season
Chapter 7️⃣ – Team Mammoth
Chapter 8️⃣ – Fourth of July
Chapter 9️⃣ – Last Run

We can’t wait to see you back on snow next season!

Mammoth Mountain 


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