Mammoth Mountain Opening Day for the 2019-2020 season is set for Saturday, November 9th, 2019.  If the ski area gets 2-3 feet of snow before that date the opening date could come early.

So what can you expect on opening day this season or any season for that matter? About half of the openers we have 3 runs open for your enjoyment. T

hose runs include Broadway, and nice path thru the Unbound with some early season features set up and if we get lucky Andy’s Double Gold for some steeper skiing and snowboarding.

Some of the opener’s we get lucky and have several feet of real snowfall added into the snowmaking.

That happened the last two years when we got a few feet of very heavy wet base snow. Last Fall on Opening Day Snowman’s first run was fresh powder down Cornice Bowl.

About 5 years ago we did open for a weekend in mid-October and then closed again and back in 2004 you could ski off the top via chair 23 starting on October 22nd.

Back in 1994, it snowed 3 feet on the last night of September and Mammoth Mountain opened that year on October 8th and stayed open from that point on.

If you want a list of Mammoth Mountains opening day’s from the past, here is the list we have complied.


Opening Day Countdown

Mammoth Mountain is set to open (weather permitting) on Saturday, November 9th 2019. This video below is a good average of what to expect that first day. No matter what everyone seems to have a good time. See ya out there… Yes Snowman will be there handing out stickers and getting the first video snow report of the year. 



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