Most Snow in the Country

Jan 10, 2017

They'd been predicted for weeks, then, last week, they arrived; a series of atmospheric rivers with total water content exceeding 20 inches. With a 10-1 water-to-snow ratio that 20 inches of water equates to potentially up to 20 feet of snow impacting the Sierra.

Mammoth Mountain has benefited thus far with 10-15 feet of snow as of 1.11.17 and now boasts more snow than anywhere in the country with a base depth of 120-230" and more on the way in the days ahead (check snow conditions).

We're beyond thrilled to welcome this barrage of white gold to kick off the New Year and as we head into MLK weekend the mountain is looking better than it has in years.

Be sure to take advantage of our latest Quad Pack+ deal - 4 lift tickets for $399 - no blackouts.

See you on the hill.

All images @PeterMorning

Woolly buried in snow.
Woolly covered in a cold blanket of snow.

Tusks sun deck buried in snow.
Tusks Bar sun deck buried in snow.

A Mammoth employee shovels beside a 30 foot snow bank.
A Mammoth employee faces the daunting challenge of shoveling.

Mammoth Ski Patrol
Mammoth Mountain ski patrol working avalanche control.

Snow covers the stairs at Main Lodge
Snow buries the stairs at Main Lodge.

Mammoth Snowblowers at Work
Mammoth Mountain snow removers battle the storm.