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Mammoth Mountain is a lava dome located within the town of Mammoth Lakes, California. It is situated in the Inyo National Forest of Madera and Mono Counties. It is home to a large ski area, mainly on the Mono County side. Mammoth Mountain Ski Area is a large ski resort in the Mammoth Mountain area, in the Inyo National Forest.
The Ski area is situated in the long volcanic valley of Caldera, on the north side of Mammoth Mountain. The resort was founded by Dave McCoy in 1953.
June Lake's ski area is also owned by Mammoth Mountain Ski area. Mammoth has over 3,500 acres (around 1,420 ha) of ski-able terrain. The ski area is serviced by 28 lifts, as the area has 3,100 ft (940 m) of vertical, rising to an elevation of 11,059 ft. Mammoth Mountain also flaunts one of the longest ski seasons in North America, which is typically around from the start of November to Memorial Day.
Hours : 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. daily
Beginners Tickets : Adults (23 to 64 yrs) - $79, Young Adult (13 to 22 yrs) - $65, Child (5 to 12 yrs) - $32, Senior (65 to 79 yrs) - $65