When there’s enough snow in the Sierra Nevada highcountry Mammoth Mountain plays host to the highest 4th of July fireworks in the country. It’s only happened once before back in 2017 (which was a particullarly snowy season) and with the snowiest day in May ever recorded on May 24th, there’s plenty of base left for a safe high altitude celebration of Independance Day with a pyrotechnic display launched at an incredible 11,053ft. Free viewing is available at the Adventure Center or you can buy a Gondola pass to watch from the summit for $44. Kids under 12 ride free and Ikon Pass holders can purchase a pass for $29. For more details GO HERE.
images from mammothmountain.com