Fun Activities at Mammoth Mountain
Snowboarding in Mammoth
If you’re searching for some of California’s best conditions and terrain for all levels, look no further because Mammoth Mountain is home to the best! Nestled near the Eastern Sierra Mountains, at Mammoth Mountain you’ll find that 1/4 of the runs are geared towards beginners, nearly half accommodate the intermediate level, a little less than 1/4 are deemed expert level and the rest are considered ‘all-around’. With such a wide variety of runs and an average of 400 inches of snow per season, Mammoth Mountain is an exceptional snowboarding destination!
Skiing in Mammoth
We know how important it is as a skier to select the mountain that has the most to offer. Mammoth Mountain has some of California’s best terrain and conditions. With a beautiful panoramic view of the Sierra Mountains, exceptionally stunning forrest runs, and about one foot powder days every 7 days; Mammoth Mountain is a winter wonderland . Terrain aside, Mammoth Mountain offers a wide variety of runs for all levels ranging from beginner to expert with over 28 lifts including 9 high speed quads, 2 six-packs and 3 high-speed gondolas. After you visit, Mammoth will be your go-to!
Biking in Mammoth
Mammoth Mountain is most known for it’s magnificent winters that host some of California’s best skiing/snowboarding with great backcountry terrain and fast lifts. But in the summertime, that very typography turns into a biking promise land. Downhill riders are able to take their bikes to the top of Snow Summit and charge their way through all the breathtaking scenery. Explore the Bike Park trails across the Sierras, the Inyo National Forest, and even the asphalt routes to the Mammoth’s Main Lodge.
Hiking in Mammoth
Explore the expansive scenery at Mammoth Mountain! With all of the incredible hiking trails, there is an abundance of natural landmarks to experience. From the bewitching lake at Starkweather Trail to the towering Rainbow Falls, the opportunities are endless. The trails are also conveniently marked. If you are traveling with children, pets, or a disabled person, the signs at the trailhead will let you know your options. With trails for all levels, you’ll be sure to find the perfect hike for you!