Mammoth Ski Holidays

This legendary winter resort has masses of terrain with huge snowfalls, as well as great cruising runs and some pretty scary stuff too. It’s a little further away but well worth the effort.
Andy Knights
Sales Manager - North America
This legendary winter resort has masses of terrain with huge snowfalls, as well as great cruising runs and some pretty scary stuff too. It’s a little further away but well worth the effort.
Andy Knights
Sales Manager - North America

Summary

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With views over the high desert, Mammoth is one of North America's largest ski hills, with an enviably long season and lots of snow.

Here in the Sierra Nevada Mountains the ski season starts early (November) and finishes late (June-July). Sunny days are common on Mammoth ski holidays, and average snowfalls are more than 10 metres a year.

Mammoth’s terrain balances steep chutes and snowparks with beginner slopes and tree-lined cruisers. Also included in your pass, June Mountain is a shuttle ride away - our tip is to ski here when LA locals flock to Mammoth on the weekends.

Relaxing bars and restaurants are centred in The Village and Mammoth Lakes town. Non-ski activities include tube parks and snowmobiling and, for an unforgettable evening meal on the mountain, we definitely recommend the snowcat tour up to Parallax restaurant.

To discover more of the US, ask us about skiing Mammoth as part of our California Ski Safari. You could also include LA or Las Vegas as city add-ons by arriving and flying home from either airport.

Every holiday is tailor-made, just for you.

Call 01273 224060 for advice from our ski specialists.

Resort Guide

Mammoth Resort Guide

Make the most of your Mammoth ski holiday with our insider tips.

Resort stats

Season
November to July
Nearest airport
Mammoth / LA / Las Vegas
Flight time
10 hours
Direct flight
Yes
Transfer time
15 ms / 5 hours 30 mins / 5 hours
Transport
Car hire
Elevation
11,053 ft
Vertical drop
3,100 ft
Ski area
3,500 acres
Ski lifts
28
Runs
150
Grade
35% advanced
40% intermediates
25% beginners

Maps

Resort Map

Google piste view

Accommodation

From standard hotel rooms to luxury condos, Mammoth has a full range of accommodation options, from classic hotels to high-end lodges and family-friendly apartments. All have easy access to the lifts, shops and restaurants.

We’ve stayed at or visited all of our Mammoth accommodation options, so call us for advice and we’ll recommend the best ones for you.

Featured accommodation

  • Close to Ski School
  • Close to Slopes
  • Hot Tub
  • Pool
  • Ski-in Ski-out
  • Spa
The Mammoth Mountain Inn is a great place to base yourself if you want to wake up on the mountain itself.
  • Close to Slopes
  • Fitness Facilities
  • Hot Tub
  • Pool
  • Ski-in Ski-out
These luxurious one and two bedroom condominiums are superbly finished and benefit from a chairlift to the skiing right outside the door.

Reviews

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If you’ve recently returned from this resort, we’d love to hear from you.

If no reviews are available yet, ask for first-hand advice from Ski Safari staff who have visited this resort. Call us on 01273 224 060.

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30/04/2018 Adam Breeze

Loved Mammoth, great mountain and the town has a real relaxed feel to it.

11/04/2018 Rick Barnes

BIG mountain & good lift system & the Eagle Lodge area was quiet, had great runs & linked well across the rest of the mountain. We arrived just after the massive snowfalls in mid march, so great spring snow / packed powder.

12/03/2018 Jeannette Dennison

Massive ski area great mountain, unfortunately for us we only skied 1x 1/2 day and a 2 runs as it dumped 7ft snow in resort while we were there, and an avalanche closed the mountain. We will go back to ski properly.

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