Snowboard Iskola

It doesn't get much better than spring park laps at Mammoth. Long days, lots of sun, and perfectly sculpted features are a staple at the Eastern Sierra resort. This spring, though, has been more of what the resorts been calling, "second season."

Case in point: A winter storm hit on April 4th into the 5th and delivered over two feet of now (25-29 inches on the summit). Decidedly wintery, Mother Nature.

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Obviously, guest feedback on April powder days is high. No complaints that winter's a little late, as long as it arrives.


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We always appreciate the aspirational imagery from Peter Morning, giving us a solid reminder that we should have made the trip to Mammoth over the weekend.

Current snowfall total for the season at Mammoth is 354 inches, with a base depth of 123 inches at the base and 175 at the summit. As of now, the resort plans to be open through Memorial Day.

At some point, the weather will switch over to actual spring (no rush). The Unbound park crew is ready. But if the snow keeps coming, we heard from a reliable source that there are scuba certifications happening down by The Mill.*

*That's of course not really happening. That was a funny Instagram joke that Mammoth's own (and SNOWBOARDER alum) Justin Romano made.