CALIFORNIA, WEST COAST USAShare
- California’s highest ski resort at 7953ft
- Winter season lasting from Nov to June
- 3,500 acres and 400” of annual snowfall
- Opportunity to visit Los Angeles or Las Vegas
Why choose this resort?
The American ski resort of Mammoth Mountain in California is one of the biggest ski areas in North America with 150 trails and over 3,500 acres of terrain to explore. Due to its outstanding snow record, Mammoth enjoys the one of the longest winter seasons in the world running from November to June. Mammoth offers a varied terrain with well-groomed pistes for all abilities of skiers and snowboarders. The Mountain’s excellent instructors will help to fine tune your students’ mountain skills and take them to the next level.
On the slopes
As expected from such a vast ski area, there is a great amount of variety to suit every level of skier. A quarter of Mammoth’s runs are suited to beginners while intermediates will have plenty to challenge themselves across the 40% of blue-labelled trails. Those more experienced within your group will appreciate the numerous diamond and double-diamond black runs available. Mammoth Mountain Unbound Terrain Parks have a total of 11 parks, three pipes and over 50 jumps on 90 acres of California's favourite mountain resort. With so many options available across the terrain parks, anyone from beginners through to the advanced riders and skiers can get involved. A wide range of lodges at the base of the mountain means your students will be spoilt for choice when it comes to refuelling after a hard morning of skiing. Blessed by sunshine all year round and receiving at least 30 feet of snow annually makes Mammoth Mountain a perfect choice for school’s next ski tour with SkiBound.
|London to Los Angeles||11 hours|
|Los Angeles to Mammoth||5 hours 15 mins|
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|NUMBER OF LIFTS||28|
|SIZE OF PISTE||3500 acres|
|NUMBER OF TRAILS||150|
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