About Mammoth Mountain
Nestled in a beautiful valley in the magnificent eastern slopes of California's High Sierra, Mammoth is surrounded by snow covered mountain peaks and glittering alpine meadows. Mammoth -- no other mountain lives up to its name. It is an enormous complex with 27 lifts, 3,500 acres of skiable terrain and 3,100 feet of vertical. What makes Mammoth so special is its world-famous bowls, gentle groomed trails, steep chutes, secluded tree runs and plenty of California sunshine. With one of the nation's longest ski seasons (November to June), most dependable snow depths (10 to 15 feet of natural snowpack), highest ski elevations (11,053 feet) and friendliest staff (1,800 courteous employees to assist you), visitors from the first timer to the seasoned pro will be impressed.