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Terrain Parks - Mammoth Mountain

Rider's Guide

As one of the continent's largest ski resorts and one of the highest at over 11,000 feet at base, the mountain gets around 400 inches per year, and has 29 lifts including 9 high-speed quads that can handle 50,000 people an hour. The resort has over 150 trails, and a longest run of 15,840 feet (3+ miles).

Parks and Pipes

Maybe best known for its amazing terrain parks, it has more than seven, totaling three massive superpipes. Mammoth Unbound Park spreads over 90 acres and features a gargantuan, Olympic-sized Super-Duper Pipe with 22-foot tall walls, 62-feet wide and over 500-feet long. The resort sports several beginner parks, Disco Park and Wonderland Park. Intermediate terrain is found at Forest Trail Park, Jibs Galore, and South Park. The hardest terrain and burliest features are found at the Main Park.

Out of Bounds

Rent a snowmobile from Mammoth Polaris, Mammoth Snowmobile Adventures, or DJs Snowmobile Adventures—and enjoy 300 miles of snowmobile trails. Contact Sledz for bobsledding or tubing down a designated track. Dog Sled Adventures will let you take the reins and drive a dog sled. There is also tubing, ice skating, cross country, snowshoeing, or go on a snowcat snowboard adventure.

Hangout & Hookup

Mammoth is the place for some really hot après ski action in places like Sherwin's at Sierra Meadows Ranch, and Mammoth Mountain Inn's Dry Creek Bar that both feature live entertainment most weekends. Also check out the action across the parking lot from the Main Lodge at the Yodeler. Grizzly's Outdoor Bar and BBQ is great if you can't get enough fresh air. Other popular après ski hangouts include Roberto's Upstairs Bar, Grumpy's, Clock Tower Cellar at the Alpenhof Lodge, Lakanuki Tiki Bar, and Dublin's and Hennessey’s for extensive Irish whiskey selections.