Mammoth Mountain Ski Report June 12, 2011 for Mammoth Ski Club-MAMMOTH MOTOCROSS TIME!

It has finally warmed up in the Eastern Sierra with daytime temperatures in the mid 80’s F in the Owens Valley, and 60 F in Mammoth Lakes. The lows are only 45 at night in Mammoth Lakes, and 55 in the Owens Valley.

I haven’t skied in a week almost, and my car seems to be having thermostat problems. So it will be the middle of next week before I can tell you personally how the conditions are on the ski slopes. This time of year there is a window of about 3 hours where the snow is fun.

My guess with the high low temperatures at night that it is best to start at opening at 7:30 right now, and ski until 10:30 or 11: am. After that it tends to get loose and heavy mashed potatoes. So then you can go cycling, hiking, or fishing right?

The warm weather is opening up the hiking and biking. And the Mammoth Motocross is coming from June 16th-26th. The top veteran pros and masters come from all over the country to enjoy this unusual event Dave McCoy and friends put on each year. The racing is top knotch, and the crowds are very light, so come on up for some skiing , hiking, cycling and motocross between meals:) Showing your Mammoth Season Pass gets you $5 off the $20 admission , and you can bring a cooler with lunch and drinks.

I’lll be staying at the Heidelburg Inn from June 18-25th in the top “Presidential Suite” with an incredible view overlooking June and Gull Lakes, and Carson Peak. The view always reminds me of the Austrian and Swiss Alps. I got this timeshare for only $300 instead of the usual $15,000 buy in. Would you like to know how???

Next ski season I will be showing Mammoth Ski Club memebrs exactly how I saved $14,700 on my timeshare that I can trade for a week at any RCI resort in the world. So if you haven’t entered the drawing for the Mammoth Season Pass yet, go to and enter now. You will also recieve notification of all future events including the “field trip” to buying timeshares for pennies on the dollar. Until then, see you on the slopes!

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