EARLY BIRD SKI PASS SPECIALS.
Book and pay by 15 NOV 2012
07 JAN – 31 JAN Get 2 extra days FREE
01 FEB – 31 MAR get 1 extra day FREE
Must be booked in conjunction with MMSA Lodging.
Tickets are non refundable and non transferable once booked.
Your search for the endless winter is over. With over 1016cm of annual snowfall, thousands of acres of epic terrain and an altitude that keeps things white into summer, Mammoth turns winter into a 6+ month season. Not bad considering most resorts are golf courses by April. And with their state-of-the-art lifts and gondolas and a variety of runs for all skill levels (including seven terrain parks) Mammoth Mountain embodies all that you love about winter.
Mammoth Mountain is traditionally among the first ski areas to open and sometimes operates as late as the 4th of July. Emphasizing its unrestrained feel, Mammoth receives over 400 inches of snow annually with an average of 300 sunny days a year. The mountain is surrounded by the protected backdrop of Mt. Whitney and Yosemite National Park.
There are 3,500 skiable acres to play on with a vertical drop of 3,100 feet and 150 named trails. There are 28 lifts in place, including three gondolas and two high-speed six-packs.
All of Mammoth’s trails are open to snowboarders. There are three Unbound Terrain Parks, three pipes, eight runs and 90 acres of freestyle terrain. Snowboard rentals and instruction from certified instructors are available daily.
Full service hotels, convenient motels, luxury condominiums, chalets, cabins, and dormitory style lodging are all located in the town of Mammoth Lakes, only four miles from the ski area. The Village Lodging, Mammoth’s newest property, features studio to three-bedroom condominiums, centrally-located in The Village.
Mammoth offers access to a free local shuttle service and nearby airport and car rentals. There are over 45 restaurants and 12 nightclubs in town along with shopping, movies, a full-service athletic club and spa options.
Skiing and snowboarding are just the beginning when it comes to winter fun. Those with the need for speed can throw their leg over a snowmobile and check out the winter sport with the flattest learning curve in the world. Prefer canine power to horse power? Try a dogsled ride. Or hang out with your kids (or your inner child) on a snowtube.
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28 lifts (includes 9 high speed quads, 2 high speed six-packs and 3 high speed gondolas)