Mammoth Mountain Bike Report – July 21, 2022

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July 21, 2022 – 10:30AM

Trails Open: 52

Daily Temps: High 70s

Weather: Sun

Wind: PM Wind



Open Trails

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5 Easiest

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20 Intermediate

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12 Advanced

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9 Expert

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6 Pro


Nooks & Crannies

If you’re like us, exploring the 80+ miles of single-track laid out across the mountain is why you love riding Mammoth Bike Park. Need some inspo on what to ride next? We’ve got you covered with a list of suggestions.

Boomerang – As this newer trail gets ridden in, Boomerang is rapidly becoming a favorite of all who ride it. Man-made rock gardens, fast berms, a bit of tech and a ton of flow make this trail one that’s not to be missed.

White Bark – Often missed if you take Beach Cruiser from Off the Top, this short but sweet trail is an absolute gem. After a few small jumps, the trail enters the woods for a raucous rhythm section followed by a paver step down that is great for

The Discovery Zone – Whether you’re new to riding or a seasoned vet, 1-2 laps through the DZ is always a good time. Discotech to the Skills Park followed by a lap down Richter is a delicious appetizer before the course out on the mountain.

Another suggestion: Use Stump Alley Express (CH 2) and Canyon Express (CH 16) Fri-Sun! They give access to different trails and zones all over the mountain on weekends.


(From Mammoth Mountain)

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