What a season it’s been for Mammoth Mountain.
The resort has been slammed by what seems like a never-ending series of monster storms, and there’s no end in sight.
After the most recent storm, Mammoth is officially reporting a seasonal total of 600 inches at the Main Lodge, and that’s a big deal.
Check out the video below announcing it:
Mammoth’s all-time record at the Main Lodge is 668 inches.
They’re still 68 inches away (that’s over 5.5 feet) shy, but it certainly seems feasible considering the way this season has been going.
It might even happen before the end of the month. OpenSnow is tracking multiple storms over the next 10 days that could deliver upwards of 50 inches.
Stay tuned here at Unofficial Networks for all updates about Mammoth’s record-season in the making. We’ve got you covered!
Featured/Header Image Credit: Mammoth Mountain