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16+ FEET OF SNOW!

16+ FEET OF SNOW!

It’s been a great, stormy week in Mammoth Lakes with up to 5 1/2 FEET of snow piling up, bringing the current total at the top of Mammoth Mountain to almost 16 FEET! Over the weekend we had a break in the storm with beautiful, bluebird skies, but this week brings more snow to our mountain! Now is…

By The Nomadness Team 2019-01-14 Off

More Snow, More Fun…Fly To Mammoth!

More Snow, More Fun…Fly To Mammoth!

Over the past couple months, Mammoth Mountain has received mounds and mounds of snow, totaling to a staggering 16+ feet of fresh snow and more continues to fall each week! With everyone trying to rush to the mountains to spend the moments they can in the unbelievable powder mother nature has brought to Mammoth Lakes,…

By The Nomadness Team 2019-01-14 Off

An October Snow Storm Headed Our Way!

An October Snow Storm Headed Our Way!

Over the past few months we have had our eyes glued to every weather channel possible, in hopes to hear more good news about the 2018/2019 El Nino winter season. Luckily, Open Snow released an article stating some of the best news yet! As the Canadian snowstorm left their mountain in a beautiful white blanket,…

By The Nomadness Team 2018-09-24 Off

Walk Inside San Andres Fault

Walk Inside San Andres Fault

Many of you may know Mammoth Lakes, California as a place to travel during winter or summer for fun activities such as skiing, snowboarding, mountain biking, and hiking. Although, what most people are unaware of is that the San Andres Fault Line runs right through Mammoth. Not only do you get to view this giant…

By The Nomadness Team 2018-09-20 Off

Weekly Hot Spot: Howelsen’s Hill

Weekly Hot Spot: Howelsen’s Hill

There are many amazing sights to see in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Although, there’s one that when you see it either in the winter or summer it’ll leave you speechless. The historic Howelsen’s Hill a ski area that includes an incredibly massive ski jump with a phenomenal historical background.   History: Since 1914 Howelsen’s Hill has…

By The Nomadness Team 2018-09-17 Off