📸 @christianpondella @thenorthface_snow

Mammoth Mountain, California – Mammoth Mountain is enjoying glorious conditions as a winter storm dropped nearly 2 feet of snow on the Sierra ski resort. Mammoth has been blessed with over 9 1/2 feet of snow in the month of February and over 18 feet or 221 inches on the season.

6:30 AM: Dump Alert! We received 9-11″ of new snow in the last 24 hours, bringing our storm total to 19-23″. Intermittent snowfall is expected throughout the day today in addition to moderate winds that may affect upper mountain lift operations. We highly recommend using public transportation to get to and from the mountain today. It is extremely cold out there today with wind chill bringing temps down to -7º F so layer up before heading out. Powder days are best spent with pals, so grab your buddy and explore the fun stashes together. Ski Patrol is out doing avalanche mitigation this morning and we should anticipate a delayed start for some lifts. Be mindful of all avy closures throughout the ski area. Ducking a rope closure means losing your season pass for 30 days. Doing it a second time results in losing that pass for the rest of the season. Single or multi-day ticket holders will lose all remaining days. This behavior puts yourself, our ski patrollers, and others in extreme danger. It also prevents our team from opening terrain on a powder day like today. Thank you in advance for your cooperation – have fun and stay safe. Happy POWbruary!read less

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