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In summer, temperatures average 75-80 degrees for a high and seldom dips below 40 for a low. Winter temperatures average 30-40 degrees for a high and 10-20 degrees for a low with mostly sunny skies. We average over 300 sunny days a year and with an average of 385 inches of snow we are often are skiing until July 4th.

Winter and Spring in Mammoth California

Mammoth Mountain is traditionally among the first ski areas to open and often operates until the Fourth of July. Emphasizing its unrestrained feel, Mammoth receives over 400 inches of snow annually with an average of 300 sunny days a year. There are 3,500 skiable acres to play on with a vertical drop of 3,100 feet and 150 named trails. There are 29 lifts in place, including two gondolas and two high-speed six-packs. Tamarack Cross Country Ski Center has 45 km of freshly-groomed trails that meander around Twin Lakes and the Lakes Basin, satisfying cross country ski enthusiasts of all abilities


Downhill Skiing & Snowboarding
Cross Country Skiing & Snowshoeing
Snowmobiling & Dog Sledding
Sledding & Snow Play
Nature and Wildlife
Points of Interest (Day Trips)
Shopping and Spa days
Dining Out & Nightlife
Ice Climbing & Winter Mountaineering

Summer and Fall in Mammoth Lakes California

Enjoy summer and fall in the Eastern Sierra with hikes, fishing, golf, mountain biking and more


Camping, Hiking & Backpacking
Rock Climbing & Mountaineering
Mountain and Road Biking
Art, Wine, Beer & Jazz Festivals
Nature, Wildlife & Geology
Points of Interest (Day Trips)
Dining Out, Shopping & Spa Days
Horseback Riding & Pack Trips
Swimming & Boating
Golf & Tennis
Star Golf Course: California’s highest 18-hole course.
Open May 30 – Oct. 12, 2008 (conditions permitting). At 8,000 feet, Sierra Star is the highest course in California. Open to the public, comfortable, relaxed and enjoyable for golfers of all levels, it’s the only 18-hole resort golf course in Mammoth. High-reaching peaks create a dramatic backdrop and you’ll have wildlife as an audience. Let the breeze running through the evergreens put you at ease and even shave a few strokes off your game.

Mammoth Mountain Bike Park
Adventure without limits!
90 miles of dirt single-track
Descend 3,000 feet from Mammoth’s summit with expansive views
Follow lower trails through pine tree corridors
3 new freeride trails opened in Aug. 2007!
The Scenic Gondola provides uphill access for mountain bikers, along with the Bike Park shuttle, which begins its route at the Village at Mammoth.