How the COVID-19 Capacity Limit Has Affected Lift Lines at Mammoth Mountain

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If there’s one thing you can predict when it comes to COVID-19, it’s unpredictability. We’ve come a long way from when the virus shut down ski mountains all over the world and spelled an early end for the 2019/20 winter season. However, ski mountains and the rest of the world are still figuring out the […] Click to Read This Article

The Difference Between Snow Chains and Cables

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It’s easy to get tunnel vision when planning your trip to Mammoth Mountain due to the sublime terrain and snow that awaits you. Your focus can get even narrower if a storm forecast for the area makes you start to imagine making turns in legendary Mammoth Mountain powder. If your tunnel vision gets too narrow […] Click to Read This Article

What to Know About How COVID- 19 has Affected Public Transit in Mammoth Mountain

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If you’ve visited Mammoth Lakes before, then you know how valuable the Eastern Sierra Transit Authority’s service is to locals and visitors alike. EST is still essential for getting around town, especially for overnight visitors hoping to avoid parking at Mammoth Mountain. However, Mammoth Lakes is still reopening and there are many unknowns for visitors […] Click to Read This Article

The Difference Between Winter Clothes and Ski and Snowboard Apparel

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We want everyone to love their time at Mammoth Mountain as much as we do here at ASO Mammoth, but new skiers and snowboarders who haven’t caught the snow bug yet are our priority. Between all of the new gear, stiff learning curve, and cold weather, new skiers and snowboarders have more than enough to […] Click to Read This Article