Mammoth Mountain Ski Report March 23, 2012 for Mammoth Ski Club-Best ALL Year!

I wanted to inform you all of the winner of the snowfall contest in the previous post, her name is Kristen Ott. Kristen won a Mammoth Ski Club sweatshirt ($55.00 Value) Kristen email me your sweatshirt size and address so I can get your prize out to you.

The skiing has been much improved since the storm last week. The tops of all the chutes are open at the top of Mammoth and Lincoln Mts. Here’s what it looked like at Mammoth’s Main Lodge after the last storm:

Can you belive all the snow at Mammoth's Main Lodge?

OK, I’m only kidding. This is a photo from March 25, 2011. But the snowpack is as deep as it has been all year, so the coverage is excellent. I skied everywhere from Avy Chute 2, to Monuments, to the Back Bowls, Face of Five, Agee’s Run, The Wall, and the Glades.

Here’s a recent shot of Climax which has better coverage than it has had all season:

Here's a shot of Climax from the top of Lincoln Mt. You can also see Solitude and Face of Five in the foreground.

There’s a storm bearing down on Mammoth Mountain right now, so if you are coming up in the next 4 days, bring your 3rd layer because it is supposed to be somewhat windy. Here’s the immediate forecast:

Saturday

Breezy

Hi 49 °F

Saturday
Night

Chance
Snow
Lo 28 °F

Sunday

Snow
Likely
Hi 40 °F

Sunday
Night

Snow
Likely
Lo 21 °F

Monday

Chance
Snow
Hi 40 °F

It looks like Sunday, Monday, Tuesday is the sweet spot for the soft stuff. So I recommend you take this chance to get some skiing in before the Spring and beach weather comes. The winner of the sweepstakes for the Free Mammoth Mountain Season Pass is Richelle Plant. Congratulations Richelle! Richelle Plant needs to claim her prize and fill out the 1099 form required before April 5th, 2012.

The sunny days following this should also be excellent for the “fair weather skiers”. I’ll See You On the Slopes!

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