Mammoth Mountain Snow Report – January 19, 2023
JAN 19, 2023 – 10 AM
Snow Conditions: Fresh Powder
Day Temp: 23°F
Base Depth: 178–258″
BLUEBIRD HOT LAPS ARE HERE
With another 3-5″ of new snow overnight, this is officially the second snowiest January on record. The conditions have been all-time and blower by Mammoth standards, providing powder grins from ear to ear. With sunshine in the forecast for the next week, we’re looking forward ripping the entire mountain. Mammoth continues to have some of the most snow and deepest base depth in the country with 178″ at Main Lodge and 258″ up top.
One day of shred at Mammoth is never enough, especially with all this new snow. Drop in on the Quad Pack+ and shred any four days you choose, with no blackouts. Like a season pass, you’ll get direct-to-lift convenience and also lock in season-long savings. Also valid at June Mountain.
(From Mammoth Mountain)