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The younger sibling of Mammoth is smaller, cheaper, and less crowded. It also has some of the best (and biggest) terrain parks in the world.
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About 6 hours. Follow the directions to Mammoth, but continue North on the 395 20 miles further until you come to June Lake Loop (CA-158). Make a left and follow that into town. The slopes are just past town on Main St.
50 runs, 8 lifts, 500 acres, 2590' vertical (7545'-10135').
Don't let the numbers fool you. This place may be smaller than Mammoth, but it's bigger than anything in SoCal. Longest run is 2.5 miles. They pride themselves on having some of the largest jumps and pipes anywhere (groomed nightly), and you can catch pros and semi-pro's on the slopes when they open up a new park. The CalState winter games were held here in 2004. The easiest way down to the parking lot is a blue ("intermediate") run, but even first-time skiers have had a great time here on past trips.
Mammoth tickets and season passes are also good here.
Snow Report: 1-888-SNOWRPT
Edited by (in order): OTL Staff
Last updated: 05/25/2009