Mammoth Mountain Snow Report
Mammoth Mountain opened today to the excitement of over 800 skiers and snowboarders! Not bad for a season opener. Chairlifts in operation were Chair 1 (Broadway Express), Chair 3, Chair 6 (Thunderbound), and Chair 11 (Discovery Chair). Temperatures were in the 30′s to low 40′s, skies were blue, and the slopes were a beautiful corduroy. All in all, 6 runs were open including Andy’s Double Gold and a park run – Unbound Main! Check out our Opening Day Snow Report below!
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This is the page on the site where we will post updated photos of Mammoth Mountain as well. There’s nothing like up to the minute photos of Mammoth to help you decide where you are going to shred today.
Here’s a teaser of MammothTourism.com’s owner shredding the slopes in the 2012-2013 Winter Season:
If our descriptions of where to ride aren’t enough to satisfy you, feel free to check out MammothTourism.com‘s favorite resources, listed below:
For those of you who don’t want to take our word for it, we happily provide you with a link to the Mammoth Mountain Webcams. Mammoth Mountain provides webcams at The Village at Mammoth, at Canyon Lodge, at Main Lodge, and at McCoy Station (the Panorama Gondola midpoint). We recommend taking a look at each webcam, and assessing visibility, wind, and snow conditions before heading out for the day. Doing so will help you with your choice of goggle lens, winter weather clothing (sometimes that face mask is a must), and powder vs regular skis and snowboards.
Check out Mammoth Mountain’s official Conditions Page. Brought to you by Mammoth Mountain.
Mammoth Mountain Ski Patrol has their own in-depth website. I recommend it for those who want to delve in a bit more into the current weather at Mammoth Mountain. On this site, you can look at temperatures from all over the mountain. See wind speeds at different towers of different chairlifts, and more at patrol.mammothmountain.com.
As always, have fun on the slopes, and keep track of the weather to come with Mammoth Weather.
Author: Paul Fremeau