With over 400 inches (1016 cm) 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, despite the place averaging 300+ days of sunshine per year. With 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’s extensive array of boutique shopping, fine restaurants and lively watering holes, will keep you hard at play long after the sun goes down.

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Snow Resort Stats

Mountain

  • Elevation Top 3369m
  • Elevation Bottom2424m
  • Vertical Drop 945 metres
  • Skiable Terrain 1416ha
  • Longest Run 5km (3 miles)
  • Beginner 25%%
  • Intermediate 40%%
  • Advanced 35%%
  • Total Number of Trailsover 150 named trails

Lifts

  • Total 28
  • Highest Lifted Point 3 369 metres (11,053 feet)
  • Gondolas & Trams 3
  • High Speed Sixes
  • High Speed Quads 9
  • Quad Chairs 1
  • Triple Chairs 7
  • Double Chairs 5
  • Surface Lifts 3
  • Uphill Capacity 50,000 riders per hour

Snow Making

  • Snow Making 33% (1,166 acres)
  • Total Number of Guns 
  • Annual Average Snowfall 10m (400 inches)

Terrain Parks

  • Total 7
  • Name Main Park
  • Half Pipes 3
  • Half Pipe SizeSuperpipe: 500+ feet long, 22 foot walls, 62 feet wide vert to vert (at the top)
  • Total Terrain Park Area Size 90 acres (36.4 hectares)

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