Wednesday, December 17, 2014
It was a dark cloudy & foggy day with snow showers at time on Mammoth Mountain. Canyon Lodge and Eagle Lodge opened up for the first time this season. Here are some images so you can see what it was like this morning out on Mammoth Mountain.
Monday, December 15, 2014
Mammoth has got some great skiing and riding on a base of 2-3 feet. Come on up for some packed powder fun! Canyon Lodge is set to open on Wednesday and The Night of light is set for this Saturday. With Canyon opening they plan on adding in 5, 8, 16 & 17. Chair 15 and Little Eagle is also in the works to open if they can get enough snow made in that area. Please watch for early season obsticals, it's still low tide out there. Get our complete Mammoth Mountain Snow Blog & Photo Snow Shots at http://mammothsnowman.com. Mammoth Mountain Snow Report: Main Lodge to the Top Base: 24-36 inches Lifts Open: 1,2,3,4,6,10,11,12,13,14 along with, G1 and G2 Runs Open 50+ Hours of Operation: 8:30AM to 4PM
Saturday, December 13, 2014
Mammoth Mountain, California – The ski area is looking better and better as we move toward the Christmas Holiday Season. Snowman was out for a couple hours on Saturday to get some After the Storm Snow Shots. There are about 100 photos so you can see whats it like out on Mammoth Mountain. Hope to see you out on the hill real soon as Winter is here. FYI: click on any photo to see it full size and then use our Gallery Photo Player. The images will come alive if you hit the full screen button. Snowman out…
Friday, December 12, 2014
Looking at snow totals as of 2PM, so far at the 9000 foot level we have 13 inches of snow with 1.37 of water content. Up top an estimated 17 – 20 inches of new snow at this point in time. At the 8175 foot level I just measured 7 inches of new settled snow, with light snow flakes falling. Looking at the radar we have 2 more waves of light precipitation to move thru and more showers after that. Mammoth could see 1-5 inches of additional snow by the morning.
Wednesday, December 10, 2014
A Winter Storm Warning has been posted for Thursday into Friday, the snowfall outlook at this time is for 18-24 inches of new snow by Saturday morning at the 9000 foot level. And up to 28-34 inches of new snow from MC Coy Station up to the top of Mammoth Mountain. Down in town a good 10-20 inches is in the forecast depending on you’re elevation. Snow levels look to start at 7500 feet and drop down to 6000 feet for some powder on top of the new base snow. When will also this snowfall start? It’s looking like mid to late day Thursday and last into mid day Friday. By late Friday the snowfall should turn to snow showers and then end early Saturday. Next week we have more snow in outlook!
Tuesday, December 9, 2014
Mammoth Mountain Snow Shots these will serve as the before the storm images. We got base but just not enough to really open things up. Let's see how things change over the next 3 days. Pray for Snow!
Friday, December 5, 2014
Got over 50 Snow Shots today, here is the link we have them at now in the preferred full size version so you can really see what it is like out on Mammoth Mountain. Today's Photos Sponsored by Footloose Sports