Set in the Sierra Nevada mountains at an altitude of 8,000 feet, Mammoth has long been a favorite of Californians for its long season, even in years with little snowfall. Catch freshies in the morning and afternoon waves in Malibu, or head north for a glass of wine in Napa Valley. The mountain itself boasts 3,500 acres of skiable terrain – including parks, cross country, and off-piste. Its proximity to Hollywood and Californian vibe means there is incredible dining and shopping, making it a unique West Coast ski getaway. It’s also the only resort in North America to offer three half-pipes of different sizes and an the opportunity to summer ski because of its extended winter season.
Northern Hemisphere December to April
Base - 7,952 feet
Top - 11,052 feet
151 SKI RUNS
Take a seat in a heated, luxury snowcat and ride under the Sierra skies while sipping wine and enjoying cheese and antipasti during a Parallax Snowcat Dinner.
The Mountainside Bar & Grill at the base of Mammoth offers traditional, vegetarian, and a fun children's menu. Watch the action on the mountain through panoramic floor to ceilingwindows.
Relive history when you snowshoe in the moonlight and gather with friends after a day on the slopes for hot drinks around the fire.
FUN FOR EVERYONE
Mammoth Rock ‘N’ Bowl is as much for kids as it is adults: with 12 bowling lanes, 3 golf simulators, foosball, darts, ping pong, two restaurants, a full bar, and the best views in town.
The Restaurant at Convict Lake is a rustic cabin with wood floors and beams with a dining area that looks out over the scenic lake.
HOW TO GET HERE
Located in Mammoth Lakes, the Mammoth Mountain Inn has ski-in / ski-out access. The property has shuttle service to the city, heated pool, Jacuzzis, plus ski storage place and bicycles. Grill Mountainside restaurant specializes in California cuisine.