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The set-up at Mammoth is refreshingly simple – one huge mountain – hence the name “Mammoth”. Mammoth Mountain would appeal to those who regardless of experience level like the simplicity of having one mountain with a good range of terrain that’s within easy reach of the village.Ski Area & Piste Maps Hot Tips & RecommendationsSpecial Offers & Late DealsSki & Board Carriage Included View all Mammoth Mountain hotels
Après Ski creates a fun and friendly atmosphere. Mammoth lake town has a great selection of around 50 restaurants, many with live music ranging from rock to jazz and blues. Dining options range from mouth-watering barbecues to swanky pub grub and great Mexican food. The Clocktower Cellar Bar at Alpenhof Lodge is one to visit for great atmosphere while Whiskey Creek is a lively spot for late-night partying.
Off the mountain The Village is Mammoth’s central hub of retail shops, stores, and restaurants. Find gear from top names in action sports to trendy clothing for off the slopes.
There are a range of things to do including ice-skating, a cinema, snowmobiling, dog sledding, spa treatments and a tube park.
The highest summit of any California resort, Mammoth’s 3,500 acres of terrain offers high quality, deep snow for up to eight months of the year. With 40% of runs suited to intermediate skiers, 25% suited to beginners and 35% suited to the advanced or expert skier, Mammoth is a popular choice for all. For expert skiers, the ridge at the summit sparkles with double diamonds and chutes which open out into vast bowls, steeps and deeps.
There are regular free shuttles running between the town and the slopes.Back to top