This Is What 14 FEET Of Snow In 13 Days Looks Like At Mammoth

This Is What 14 FEET Of Snow In 13 Days Looks Like At Mammoth

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This Is What 14 FEET Of Snow In 13 Days Looks Like At Mammoth

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Over 14 feet (168 inches!) of snow has fallen on Mammoth Mountain, California since the turn of the New Year.

To say the snow has been deep would be a dramatic understatement.

Hold on, it gets even crazier-

Since the start of the season, over 25 feet (310 inches) have fallen at The Main Lodge, and over 34 feet (419 inches) have fallen at the Summit- currently the most snow of any ski resort in the world.

Check out the video below of crews working to clear the Upper Panorama Gondola terminal from the feet of snow that fell earlier this week.

We wrote earlier in the week about how Mammoth has already eclipsed last season’s total snowfall total, and there’s no end in sight.

According to OpenSnow, Mammoth could see another 50+ inches over the next 5 days!

Check out the incredible images below captured of crews working to dig out after the storm. It’s DEEP out there.

Stay tuned here at Unofficial Networks for all news related to Mammoth’s fantastic start to the season.

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