Tag: #SNOWmadness

Tioga Pass Pow!

Tioga Pass Pow!

Plowing is in progress on Tioga Pass, as snow is still piled up at its high elevation. While crews work long and hard on plowing the road that leads to the grand Yosemite, we can’t help but feel this is a testament to the winter we’ve had! Although a reopen date has not been scheduled…

By The Nomadness Team 2017-05-19 Off

Mammoth: The leader of the pack

Mammoth: The leader of the pack

There are many well-known winter resorts in the West, many of which I myself have visited and skied. However, the latest statistics from On the Snow (pictured in the graph above) prove that Mammoth is not only the best of the west in ambiance, but in snowfall as well. Between Vail, Tahoe, and Aspen, Mammoth takes the…

By The Nomadness Team 2017-05-12 Off

Winter packs one last punch

Winter packs one last punch

Somehow, we just can’t escape the snow…not that we’re complaining! After a few days of sunshine and mild temperatures in Mammoth Lakes, forecasters are now telling us five more feet of snow are expected this weekend. They predict that this will probably be the last storm of the season, but a great chance to squeeze…

By The Nomadness Team 2017-04-07 Off

The snow’s not over yet!

The snow’s not over yet!

Just when we think we may be settling into the spring season, the unpredictable Mammoth weather decides to surprise us again! Currently, it’s calm winds and not a cloud in the sky. However, that will be changing soon. Forecasters are predicting a couple more storms that are getting ready to sweep through the Mammoth Mountain…

By The Nomadness Team 2017-03-17 Off

Perspective…

Perspective…

We’re entering some milder temperatures this weekend, but that doesn’t mean the snow in Mammoth is completely over. Forecasters are saying more storms could be in our future. In the meantime however, we’re enjoy this nicely packed pow with bluebird skies to boot. The season total snow at Mammoth Lakes this year has hit 520″ with…

By The Nomadness Team 2017-03-10 Off