Executive Chef Marc Mora and a selection of California’s top
wineries invite you to a meritage of Winemaker Dinners in
spectacular settings on and around Mammoth Mountain. The next will be held on May 4 when Long Shadows Winery will be featured.
event features wines from one of the region’s top wineries expertly
paired with delectable dishes created by Chef Marc Mora and his
talented team. Representatives from the vineyards will be on
hand to speak about the wines and answer your questions about the
Take a ride in a custom snowcat en route to
Parallax restaurant in McCoy Station on Mammoth Mountain. An exploration of
unique selections from Long Shadows will be expertly paired with an
inventive five course meal. This dinner is an excellent way to explore Long
Shadow’s signature blends and varietals.
representatives will be on hand to answer your questions and help
you fully understand and enjoy their wines and the night’s
When: 6 pm, May 4, 2012
Cost: $100 Per Person, Includes Taxes and Gratuity
West Coast Invitational is back in Mammoth for the 11th year! This time the
biggest Spring contest in the world mixes it up with a rare late
season big air contest under the lights at Canyon Lodge.
first-of-its-kind format will team up a skier and snowboarder
together to work their way through the big air bracket as they
chase a piece of the $10,000 purse!
Not only can you watch the best skiers and snowboarders, but you
can be a part of the action in the Hike Park!
Adjacent to the main
stage of the big air jump will be a variety of rail features for
all abilities. Check out the Hike Park for free, get your picture
taken by a professional photographer and show it off to your
friends to prove you rode in the WCI!
After the contest, all you have to do for a nightcap is stroll
into Canyon Lodge, where the annual WCI concert will have you
partying to the sounds of Rye Rye, and wishing the snow season
would never end!
Tickets to the show are available online, through 800.MAMMOTH
or at any MMSA ticket window for only $10 in advance, $15 on the
day of the show.
Mammoth’s spring season kick-off is back. While most resorts are shutting down the lifts, Mammoth is turning up the action.
SpringFest is our annual
blowout weekend that welcomes warmer temps, blue skies, contests
Whether you want to see a live musical act straight from
Coachella, witness the next big names in snowboarding, or get wet
at the famous Canyon Lodge Pond Skim, we’ve got something for
everyone April 20-22.
Heavenly and Kirkwood are
extending the season at Heavenly and Kirkwood until April 29* and new
2012/13 passholders can ski the rest of the season for free.
original closing day was slated for April 15, but in an effort to
give even more value to existing and new passholders, they’re extending
the season into the weekends of April 20-22 and April 27-29, Fri-Sun
Heavenly’s extended operation will include the Heavenly
Gondola, Tamarack Express and Dipper Express, with a limited expert-only
operation at Gunbarrel Express. Kirkwood plans to operate Chair #6,
Cornice Express, and Chair #10, Wagon Wheel.
To get all the details regarding the extended operations at Heavenly and Kirkwood, open our FAQ here.
*Fri-Sun only at Heavenly after April 15, 7 days a week at
Kirkwood through April 22, then Fri-Sun only at Kirkwood through April
They don’t call it SNOW Summit for nothing! The Big Bear resort got 14-16 inches of
powder Friday night and has the best snow coverage in So Cal with
the most open terrain. Enjoy the spring conditions these last couple of
Snow Summit will be open through at least Tuesday, April 17th.
Today will be Mountain High’s final day so come play in the snow one last time
before the 2011/12 winter season ends. The majority of the West Resort
is still open with terrific spring conditions plus there are plenty of
jumps and jibs to get your late-season shred on.
Tickets are just $45
for Adults and $25 for Children ages 7 to 12. Kids 6 and under ski FREE
when accompanied by a paying adult.
Please make sure you use any
remaining tickets, vouchers, points, 6-Packs, Quads, etc, (including
SNOWJAM) that you may have because they will expire at the end at the
end of the day today. (Do not sell your tickets in the parking lot)
Renew your 2012/13 Season Pass today and SAVE!! THIS IS THE FINAL
DAY and the LOWEST PRICE OF THE YEAR. Just $349 for new passes and $299
for existing pass holders from Mountain High or any other California
Resort. Remember, your season pass is also good at STEVENS PASS, WA, http://www.stevenspass.com/ both this year and next. Click here to learn more http://mthigh.com/season-pass-sale
Another storm with more FRESH SNOW is expected to hit Snow Summit today to make
this weekend amazing for some late-season skiing and riding.
The Big Bear resort got 1 to 2 inches of snow this week and is expecting several
more inches today and tomorrow.
Snow Summit is expected to remain open with fun and complete services
for the whole family, including snow sports school and all levels of
terrain, through at least April 15th. If today’s storm comes through as
forecast, there is a good chance they will stay open past Sunday. The
final decision will be made by tomorrow.
High Resort in Wrightwood just announced it will RE-OPEN this Saturday
and Sunday from 9 am to 4 pm. Yesterday’s storm left the area with
four inches of new snow and forecasters are calling for another six
tomorrow meaning conditions could be exceptional this weekend.
John McColly, VP of Sales and Marketing, “This will be the last hoorah
of the season so come and join us. Please use any remaining tickets or
vouchers you may have because they will expire at the end of day
majority of the West Resort will be open and discounted tickets will be
just $45 for Adults and $25 for Children ages 7 to 12. Kids six and
under ski FREE when accompanied by a paying adult.
Before buying a day ticket, guests should think about getting a Season Pass. For just a little more they can ski & snowboard all of next season plus get these exciting benefits http://www.mthigh.com/season-pass-sale
Prices start at just $349 for new passes and $299 for existing pass
holders from Mountain High or any other California Resort. Click here
to learn more http://mthigh.com/season-pass-sale
Frontman Alan Palomo brings his spacey chillwave synth-pop to Mammoth’s Spring Festival. Palomo’s music has received rave reviews across the
board since he first burst onto the scene a few years ago. His
band’s debut, Psychic Chasms, was awarded Best New Music
by Pitchfork Media, and Rolling Stone named them one of 2010’s
hottest new bands.
SpringFest runs April
20-22. The festival also features the infamous Mammoth Pond Skim at
Canyon Lodge along with world-class snowboarding events including
the Volcom Peanut Butter and Rail Jam Championships and the Active
Date:Sunday, April 22,
2012 Location: Hyde Lounge Time: Doors open at 9pm / Show at 10pm Age: 21+ Tickets: $15 in advance / $20 day of show
Easter peeps enjoy snowboarding at Snow Summit. (Photo courtesy of Snow Summit)
The end is nigh. Mountain High has closed for the regular season, but there is a spring storm rolling
in mid-week and they say they will definitely re-open this Friday, Saturday,
and Sunday if conditions permitted.
Bear Mountain has also closed for the season, though all Bear Mountain Only
season passes will be honored at Snow Summit for the rest of
Snow Summit expects to remain open with complete services for the entire
family, including snow sports school and all levels of terrain, through
at least April 15.