Mammoth Breaks Record for Snowiest Season Ever

Mammoth Breaks Record for Snowiest Season Ever

The Eastern Sierra has been hammered this season with storm after storm. To date, the town of Mammoth Lakes has received more than 695 inches of snow (more than 57 ft / 17 m) - easily beating the previous record of 668.5 inches set in 2010/2011. (Photo: Mammoth Lakes Tourism)

Chairlifts are buried as crews work to keep up. Mammoth Mountain has received more than 870 inches of snow at the summit, with more on the way. The California ski resort announced it will be open until at least July.

Atmospheric rivers have been an almost weekly occurrence this season. This means heavy snowfall for days on end, with epic pow days in between.

We’re open! With snow banks higher than our two-story A-frame, the team at Ridge HQ have been tunneling out storm after storm. (Come see us at 4 Alpine Circle, Mammoth Lakes, CA)

Shovel, shred, repeat. The theme of Winter 2023.

Dude where's my car?


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