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Mammoth Mountain, Calif. No. 22 // SKI Magazine 2020 Resort Guide

Ever since Dave McCoy opened the first rope tow in 1942, Mammoth has had a long history of California ski culture—riding up the lift is like “putting on a favorite old sweater,” says…

Inbounds Profile: Mammoth Mountain’s Endless Steeps // Teton Gravity Research

To ride Mammoth Mountain’s steep trees, wide open bowls, and vast array of terrain, you’ll want to know where to go when the wind blows, on bluebird days, or in the eye of…

The Best Women’s All Mountain Snowboards // Gear Institute

To conduct our Women’s All Mountain Snowboard Test, test director Monica Prelle rode these boards inbounds and off trail at Mammoth Mountain in California. She compared them side by side riding in variable…

Behind the Scenes with Mammoth Mountain’s Ski Patrol

Snow dripped onto my face, ran down my cheek, and slowly found its way to the warm cradle of my neck where it settled into a small puddle. If I moved my arms…

Mammoth Inside Line // Mammoth Magazine

New to Mammoth? With 28 chairlifts accessing more than 3,500 skiable acres, and 3,100 vertical feet of skiing and riding, it’s good to learn your way around. Arching skyward in California’s Eastern Sierra,…

Powderhounds in the Night // Visit Mammoth Insider Blog

It’s November as I write this. Snow is starting to fall in the high mountains. Soon my husband and I will head into the backcountry with our new puppy, King. This is a…

Stoke: Surfing Mammoth’s Snow // Visit Mammoth Insider Blog

Standing atop Mt. Morgan South, we enjoyed blissful silence. Weeks of relentless snowstorms blessed the Sierra last winter, and finally there was a break long enough to let the snow settle. The north-facing…

The Pantheon: Mammoth, CA // Mountain Magazine

Standing atop aptly named Paranoid Flats I can’t help looking around 360 degrees as I walk to my preferred chute. In the distance, the craggy peaks of the Ritter Range extend above low-hanging…

Kimmy Fasani’s Return to Powder // Backcountry Magazine

In a sport where big impacts and injuries are common, snowboarders have to be fit—bulletproof even. So when the International Olympic Committee announced the addition of Snowboard Slopestyle to the Winter Olympics program…

Olympic Sports Psychology with Kelly Clark // Mammoth Times

When three-time Olympian Kelly Clark fell on her first run of the 2010 Vancouver Olympic snowboard halfpipe finals, she instantly relived the 2006 Torino Olympics, where a fall put her in fourth place….

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