Live in the moment and create memories that will last forever with a romantic getaway to a cozy cabin tucked in the woods or a slope-side condo with dramatic views of the High Sierra.
- Wine and decadent gourmet chocolates upon arrival
- Turn-down service
- Late check-out for added time with that special someone
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About Mammoth Mountain : Mammoth Mountain, located in the heart of the Eastern Sierra mountain range, is California’s favorite mountain resort. Some people come to Mammoth for the 150 trails. Others for over 3,100 feet of vertical. A few show-up with their sights set on exploring the 3,500 acres of terrain. And the size-matters crowd shows up because Mammoth is the tallest ski resort in California with a peak elevation of 11,053 feet. Lovers of snow hang their helmets here because of more than 400 inches of annual snowfall. Folks with family-sized bottles of sunscreen can't get enough of our more than 300 days of sunshine. With bluebird skies like that, winter never gets old and sticks around for a long time -- our ski and snowboard season typically runs from November until June. At a minimum.
Skiers and snowboarders take pleasure in exploring the massive mountain, gliding down gentle groomed runs and challenging the steep chutes. For the more adventurous, Mammoth’s Unbound Terrain parks are known around the world for style and innovation, attracting some of the top professional riders in the country. With nine parks and three halfpipes, Mammoth’s terrain parks have something for every size thrill-seeker. There are plenty of outdoor activities off the slopes too. From cross-country skiing and snowshoeing to snowmobile tours, ice skating and snow tubing, Mammoth truly has something for everyone. Getting to Mammoth has never been easier! With direct flights from Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego and San Francisco into the Mammoth-Yosemite Airport (MMH) you can be on the slopes in just a few hours. Visit MammothMountain.com for complete flight schedules and to book your trip.
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