Did you know that different forecast conditions should influence your choice of headwear? Although sunglasses and goggles are both appropriate accessories to protect your eyes from the reflective snow on the mountain, particular weather conditions and forecasts should influence your choice for safety reasons! If the forecast is expected to be sunny and clear, chances …

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Mountain Safety is imperative when driving in potentially dangerous weather conditions. If you’re not familiar with driving over black ice or in snowstorms, this article may benefit you when cruising up to the slopes this winter. There are a handful of ways to get up to Mammoth Mountain; California US 395, California 203, California 120, …

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In the early 1900’s, Dave McCoy founded what is known today as Mammoth Mountain. How did this groundbreaking discovery come about you ask? Well, Dave McCoy was originally a hydrographer for the city of Los Angeles. His job as a hydrographer was to observe, measure and predict bodies of water and their changes over time …

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If you’re a beer connoisseur or a beer drinker for that matter, there’s a good chance you will visit Mammoth Brewing Company during your stay in Mammoth. If you are familiar with tasting rooms and microbreweries, it isn’t common for the breweries to serve food. In fact, most breweries actually hire food trucks to park …

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With knowledge comes great responsibility. At least that’s what our Mammoth Lakes Librarian tells us! The new building features a larger station of public computers, multiple meeting rooms, a youth section stocked with child development toys and programs, a teen area, and did we mention free Wi-Fi? The facility also hosts a number of special …

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The best way to work with others and stay safe on Mammoth Mountain boils down to experience, assuming other skiers’ next moves, and communication. The more hours you log on the mountain, the more experience you gain. Not just physical experience, but mental experience. By continually going up and down the mountain, you now have …

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