Mammoth Mountain's Historic Ski Season By The Numbers

Mammoth Mountain's Historic Ski Season By The Numbers

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Mammoth Mountain's Historic Ski Season By The Numbers

With a snowpack at 205% of its average for this time of year, Mammoth Mountain‘s spectacular season is being reflected by equally impressive snow stats.

Related: Mammoth Plans To Stay Open Through July 4th!

The eastern Sierra ski area is benefitting from its higher elevation positioning, which has given its upper flanks a deeper snowpack than its more northern, lower-elevation Tahoe neighbors. That same snowpack also has the potential to host the longest single season in the ski area’s history!

Fingers Crossed!

The Sierra Snotel regions measuring over 200% of their average snowpack for this time of year!

Mammoth’s Season By The Numbers:

  • Snowfall This Season Alone – 540″
  • Average Annual Snowfall – 400″
  • Summit Snow Depth – 330″ (*Jackson Hole’s summit snow depth is 145″!)
  • Base Snow Depth – 170″
  • Current Snow Water Equivalent (SWE) % of Normal – 205%
  • Current Trail Status – 100% Open
  • Biggest storm of the season – 13-19 FEET in just 10 days! (*01/03/17 01/13/17)
  • Main Lodge Base depth quadrupled in size in under 60 days – 52” 12/26/17  215” 2/22/17
  • Projected Closing Day – 07/04/2017
  • # of times the National Guard was asked to help shovel snow – 1
  • # of days it took the National Guard to get remove 4,000 tons of snow – 5
  • Mammoth’s Snowiest Month On Record – January 2017 =  246″ (*Old record – 209”)
  • Current snowfall record – 668″ (*2010/2011)
  • Inches need to break single-season snowfall record – 128″

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