Mammoth Mountain Opens for the Winter Season

Following just a 103-day closure for the summer, Mammoth Mountain has reopened for the winter season and hopes to see the historic snowfall it experienced last winter.

On Saturday, the ski resort celebrated its first ski day of the 2019-20 season with grand festivities and a bunch of elated skiers and snowboarders:

The resort is coming off the high of a spectacular 2018-19 season where it broke snowfall records in February and May and was able to stay open all the way until July 29th.

While Mammoth routinely records high snowfall numbers compared to any of its competitors in California, there’s no doubt that everyone was surprised by the snow that fell throughout the year. Squaw Valley Resort just inched out Mammoth in snow numbers last winter by recording the most snowfall in the United States.

Can Mammoth’s ski season stay open for nine months again this winter? Let’s hope so!

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