Winter EventsDecember 5: Town of Mammoth Lakes Holiday Tree LightingDecember 20: Night of LightsDecember 31: Rock Creek Lodge Annual New Year's EveJanuary TBA: US Grand PrixFebruary TBA: Winter Arts FestivalMarch TBA: California Fire/Police Winter Olympics
Mammoth Yosemite Airport~ 8 miles from Mammoth Lakes
Eastern Sierra Regional Airport~ 45 miles from Mammoth Lakes
Reno-Tahoe International Airport~ 166 miles from Mammoth Lakes
SKI RESORT FACTS:
Copper Mountain Resort
||November to June|
|Number of Mountains
Total Skiable Acres
Number of Runs
25% Green, 40% Blue, 35% Black
About Mammoth Lakes, CA
Mammoth Mountain, located in the Eastern Sierras of California, feels bigger than life. Massive in size at 3,500 skiable acres, and with 28 lifts and 150 runs, this world-renown ski resort stretches over peaks and accommodates several villages. It needs to be big: Mammoth is a huge draw for densely populated Southern California, and is also within easy distance for Northern Californians, Nevadans, and Oregonians. Of course, this prime geographical location is both a pro and a con. The region surrounding Mammoth Mountain is a nature-lover’s and outdoors-person’s heaven. From the top of the chairs, skiers can take in views of the Sierras that stretch to the boundary of Yosemite National Park, and within a short drive is June Lake (known for hiking and mountain biking trails in summer) and June Mountain, a smaller, ‘mom-and-pop’ style ski resort. Tip: use you Mammoth Mountain lift pass to access quiet, friendly June Mountain, too!
Flying into Mammoth Yosemite Airport:
Denver, CO (DEN) via United Airlines (Beginning December 20)
Los Angeles,CA (LAX) via Alaska Airlines
San Diego,CA (SAN) via Alaska Airlines
San Francisco, CA (SFO) via United Airlines
Orange County, CA (SNA) via United Airlines
Highlighted Properties in Crested Butte
A cozy hotel sets the tone for your entire winter vacation.
Stay in a vacation home with your group to add a true local feel to your trip.
Staying in a condo gets you close to mountain, restaurants, and center of the mountain village.