Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort lives up to its name due to the sheer size of the terrain on offer. With over 3,500 acres of terrain to explore, this is one of the largest ski resorts in California. The resort offers a nice mix of terrain, with beginners and intermediates well serviced in particular. The town of Mammoth Lakes offers a wide range of accommodation options, restaurants and bars. Guests can also take advantage of select accommodation in resort offering ski-in ski-out luxury. Mammoth also has one of the longest seasons in the country, usually open from November to June but sometimes even later!
Mammoth AccommodationMammoth Mountain Resort properties include slope side family friendly hotels, lodges and full scale resorts all offering a perfect place to rest during your Mammoth adventure. We've selected a few different options to give you a head start with your planning.
Ski PackagesFully customisable Mammoth ski packages that can include any of the following; flights, accommodation, lift passes, ski hire and more. Request a quote today!
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Mammoth Trail MapsMammoth Mountain Ski Area lives up to its name with over 3,500 acres of skiable terrain. Mammoth enjoys a huge amount of snowfall with approximately 10 metres annually which also sees the resort have one of the longest operating seasons in North America.
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