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Contact Info
1 Minaret Road
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546

Phone:
800-626-6684
Basics
Skiable Acres:
3,500 acres
Vertical Drop:
3,100 feet
Summit Elevation:
11,053 feet

Description

Some people come to Mammoth Lakes for our 150 trails. Others for our 3,100 feet of vertical. A few show-up with their sights set on exploring our 3,500 acres of terrain. And the size-matters crowd shows up because we're the tallest ski resort in California with a peak elevation of 11,053 feet. Lovers of snow hang their helmets here because of our more than 400" of annual snowfall. Folks with family-sized bottles of sunscreen can't get enough of our more than 300 days of sunshine. With bluebird skies like that, winter never gets old and sticks around for a long time -- our season typically runs from November until June. At a minimum. But the one thing everyone comes for is to play big. And there's no better venue on earth than Mammoth Lakes.

Playing big by the numbers:

  • Over 3,100 vertical feet
  • Over 3,500 skiable acres
  • Over 150 named trails
  • Over 300 days of sunshine per year
  • Top elevation: 11,053 feet
  • 28 lifts (includes 9 high speed quads, 2 high speed six-packs and 3 high speed gondolas)
  • Winter season: approx. Nov. to June

 

Hours + Prices

Hours

Lift Operations: 8:30am to 4pm daily
Ticket Window Hours: 8am to 4:30pm daily

Season:
approx. Nov. to June

Amenities

Mountain Stats

Mountain
Skiable Acres:
3,500 acres
Average Snowfall:
400 inches
Terrain:
  • 15% expert
  • 20% advanced
  • 40% intermediate
  • 25% beginner
Base Elevation:
7,953 feet
Summit Elevation:
11,053 feet
Vertical Drop:
3,100 feet
Lifts and Runs
Number of Lifts:
28 lifts
Total Runs:
150 trails

  • 9 high speed quads
  • 2 high speed six-packs
  • 3 high speed gondolas

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