Mammoth Mountain Snowfall History

Mammoth Mountain has some history with big massive or should we call them Mammoth Snowfalls.

After living and visiting here for the last 45 years the Mammoth Snowman has seen some very memorable large to extreme snowfall winters and some very large/extreme short-duration snowfall events.

Massive snowfalls also lead to the snow being around into the summer months.

One year it snowed 3 feet on the last night of September and the Ski Area opened a few days later on 10/8 and closed for skiing in mid-August.

Below we have a screenshot showing years of snowfall history on Mammoth Mountain and just below that an H20 chart from Bob S. ..If you’re looking for a opening and closing dates from the past you will find that data at this link.  

Enjoy the information and pray for snow!

Big H20 Winters

1. 1983 91.0″ H2O (83.7″ @ 4-1-83)

2. 1969 86.5″ H2O

3. 1995 80.0″ H2O

4. 1967 78.1″ H2O (55.4″ @ 4-1-67)

5. 2006 76.0″ H2O (63.6″ @ 4-1-06) ***

6. 1978 76.0″ H2O (67.8″ @ 4-1-78)

7. 1938 75.2″ H2O

8. 1986 74.0″ H2O (64.0″ @ 4-1-86)

9. 1952 73.7″ H2O

10. 1982 73.0″ H2O

11. 2005 72.5″ H2O (68.5″ @ 4-1-05)

12. 1993 67.1″ H2O

13. 1980 65.8″ H2O

14. 1941 64.0″ H2O

15. 1958 62.0″ H2O

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