The John Muir Wilderness spans over 100 miles of the Sierra’s most iconic alpine landscape from Mammoth Lakes to Mt. Whitney.
Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort boasts an impressive 400 inches of annual snowfall, and offers over 3,500 skiable acres and a 3,100ft vertical drop. The resort is home to modern facilities, excellent terrain options, and an extended ski season that can sometimes last into July. The mountain has a variety of expansive bowls, tree skiing, wide open groomers, steep chutes and world-class terrain parks.
Winter or summer, Mammoth Mountain is a great destination. Ride the mountain bike park, take the gondola to the top and hike down, or simply enjoy relaxing in the Village. Pro Tip: Stay overnight to enjoy relaxing in the hot tub after dinner.
Mountain Facts Average Snowfall 400 in (1,016 cm) Top Elevation 11,052 ft (3,369 m) Base Elevation 7,952 ft (2,424 m) Vertical Rise 3,100 ft (945 m) Rideable Acres 3,500 Lifts 28 lifts – 3 Gondolas, 2 Six Pack chairs, 9 High Speed Quad chairs, 1 Quad chair, 6 Triple chairs, 2 Double chairs, 3 surface tows Trails 151 Terrain Parks 13 Longest Run 3 miles (4.82 km) Snowmaking Coverage 700 of 3,500 acres Terrain 25% beginner
For more information on Mammoth Mountain’s mountain bike park, visit mtbparks.com.