Shred with an Olympian: Mammoth Mountain, CA is North America’s Spring Skiing Capital

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Breezy training at Mammoth Mountain, CA last Spring. | Photo courtesy of Peter Morning

Offering rare lift ticket and pass holder deals and some killer end-of-season parties, Mammoth Mountain is gearing up for its epic spring season, which is among the longest in North America. 

Known as the capital of spring skiing, every year California’s Mammoth Mountain is home to the US Ski and Snowboard team’s annual spring training team camps, providing average joes the opportunity to rub elbows and ride a chair with some of the world’s best winter athletes.

There’s quite a bit going on off the snow as well, see below for details on a few of the highlights.

Lifts will keep spinning through the end of May for daily skiing and snowboarding so there’s plenty of time to take advantage of these great deals and plan your spring getaway to the slopes.

IKON pass holders Buy Now/Ride Now  — Starting April 11 at Mammoth

Unlock the last of the season with Buy Now, Ride Now. Tap into sun-drenched slopes with the purchase of a 22/23 Ikon Pass, Ikon Base Plus Pass, or Ikon Base Pass.

Head to the Lincoln Bar Sundeck at Canyon Lodge for a weekend après-ski party hosted by MC Maurice. Enjoy killer views and classic cocktails while DJ WLDCT spins from the Gondola booth. And with the Village Gondola running late, there’s no need to worry about getting back down the hill. Plus, Mammoth Mountain has partnered up with Red Bull to spice up the fun the last weekend of every month – enjoy Red Bull specialty cocktails and limited edition Red Bull x Mammoth Yeti ramblers.

Enjoy all-you-can-eat fondue every Saturday at Mammoth Mountain’s Yodler restaurant in the private loft overlooking the patio. Reservations include a bottomless cheese fondue spread, all-you-can-drink schnapps, and a chocolate fondue station. Reservations required $70 for adults and $25 for children, 12 PM and 3 PM 2-hour time slots are available.


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