Hello, this is the Snowman with your local’s Snow Report for Mammoth Mountain on Sunday, May 1st, 2022

Conditions out on the hill: This week expect the snow to be firm early and then soften up as the sun does it spring corn up by mid-morning on the lower groomers.

Up Top, you can expect the snow to go from firm to soft by mid-morning on the days when the winds are not howling. On Windy days try the Sun Shine side of Cornice and Side-Line.

The base at Main Lodge is now at 34 inches with 70 inches being reported up top. 

Lifts running this week and next weekend are 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 10, 11, 23, and the Upper and Lower Gondolas. (Weather Permitting).

Lift hours are from 7:30 AM to 3 PM.

As of now, the plan Mammoth Mountain has is to stay open for skiing and snowboarding thru Memorial Day weekend. There is a chance you will be skiing and riding out of MC Coy Station later in the month of May.

I will finally be back out on the hill the middle of this week getting a fresh photo snow report and a video tour on a couple of runs. Can’t wait to get some turns in and get everyone some fresh photos. Hope to see some of you out there.


MC Coy Station Webcam Live View
MC Coy Station Webcam Live View

Spring Ski Area Shuttles: The Town Trolley is servicing Mammoth Lakes and the Modified Red Line taking you to Main Lodge from the Village.

To Main Lodge – Modified Red Line: from The Village at Mammoth to Main Lodge with transfers to the trolley at the village.

The first bus leaves the village at Stop 90 at Canyon Blvd near the gondola at 7:20AM and the last bus leaves Main Lodge at 5:05PM. Buses run every 30 minutes.

Spring Town Trolley: the Town Trolley service will run from 7AM to 10PM every 30 minutes.

Discount Ski Rentals: Save 20% on Ski and Snowboard Rentals from Black Tie of Mammoth. They can come to you or now you can go to them. Here is the link you need to use to get the 20% off Snowman Discount.

Hand Ski Tune-Ups: Now available at Fast Ski Sports, they offer the best hand tune in town at competitive pricing. There are no discounts from any of the shops on a tune-up, but I find that I myself love the edge tune that I get from Matt and his Team at Fast Ski in the Vons Mall.

Here is the link to their website for the current prices and directions to the shop. (Yes they advertise with us, but only since they offer 5-star services.)

Got Ski Boot Pain? Footloose Sports can fix your ski boot problems as they do for the Snowman. They also have an appointment system so you know when you go in your going to be able to get help and not wait forever.

It’s really a great service that you need to check out if you have boot pain. Here is the link to set a boot fitting appointment.