Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort
30°F
36° | 29°
21-80"
Storm Total
20-60"
Base Depth
30°F
36° | 29°

3-Day Forecast

Sat

39° 30°
Mostly Clear

Sun

45° 29°
Partly Cloudy

Mon

44° 32°
Snow

21-80"

New Snow

New Snow

24
Hours

9.0"

48
Hours

21.0"

72
Hours

21.0"

20-60"

Base Depth

Base Depth

Main Lodge

20

McCoy Station

45

The Summit

60

Explore Mammoth

Scenic Gondola Rides are closed for the summer and will start running again on winter Opening Day, November 9. Start planning your winter fun now with pre-season lift ticket and lodging deals – book by October 31.

Discover the History & Wonder of the Sierra

Explore the geologic, natural and cultural history of Mammoth on this self-guided adventure amid a backdrop of high alpine peaks and pristine lakes. It starts with a Scenic Gondola Ride to the summit, where you can check out the Eleven53 Interpretive Center’s interactive exhibits, then stop at several on-mountain learning stations to find out why this is one of the most studied regions in the world.

Access to the Eleven53 Interpretive Center and all Explore Mammoth learning stations is free with the purchase of a Scenic Gondola Ride ticket – kids 12 and under ride FREE.

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LEARNING STATIONS

Access to the Eleven53 Interpretive Center will be available when the gondola reopens. The rest of the learning stations are closed during the winter season.

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Summit Station

Summit Station

Eleven53 Interpretive Center

Featuring interactive exhibits for all ages, a knowledgeable docent, movie theater, café and panoramic views of the Sierra and beyond. This is the central hub of the Explore Mammoth experience, at the very top of the mountain.

The interpretive center is open year-round.

Geography Station

Geography Station

Lakes Basin Overlook

Enjoy a commanding view of the region and meet the early pioneers who mined its treasures. Learn about the Sierra Nevada mountain range, glaciation and the amazing middle fork of the San Joaquin River.

Geology Station

Geology Station

Long Valley Overlook

Discover the prodigious volcanic history of Mammoth Mountain and its surrounding area. Learn about the Bishop Tuft “super explosion,” the Long Valley Caldera, Inyo-Mono craters and other geologic marvels.


History Station

History Station

Mammoth Museum outside McCoy Station

Journey back to the 1950s and discover how Dave McCoy’s vision and innovations transformed Mammoth Mountain and the ski industry. Early grooming, avalanche and lift equipment on display.

Weather Station

Weather Station

Long Valley Overlook

Find out why Mammoth’s high alpine weather patterns are a boon to skiers and scientists alike. Discover the critical role Mammoth’s snow pack plays in the California water supply, and learn about ongoing scientific research and the sophisticated instruments stationed on the mountain.

Ecology Hike

Ecology Hike

Discovery Nature Trail

Learn about the hardy flora and fauna that call Mammoth home. Identify local critters, birds, and trees and discover how they’ve adapted to their high altitude environment.