Last Day for Mammoth MVP Passes

Posted By: The Ski Channel on April 30, 2012 7:49 pm

Mammoth Mountain Logo - Play BigFor skiers and snowboarders looking to make Mammoth their home mountain next season, now it the time to get a Mammoth MVP season pass.  Today is the last day to take advantage of the option. 

Mammoth has the longest season in the West, so if you want to be able to hit the slopes at least from November through May, this is a good place to get a pass; guests enjoy skiing and riding for over half the year!  And with an average of 300 days of sunshine and 400 inches of snow each year, the average conditions here are ideal.  Bluebird days and powder days.  All the time.

With over 3,500 skiable acres of a variable terrain and 150 trails, Mammoth is a great option for any level of skier or rider.  There’s plenty of room for everyone!  Getting to Mammoth is simple; it’s a direct flight from most airports in California.  And being centrally located, it’s just a short road trip from most places in California.  

But skiing and riding is only part of what guests can enjoy here.  Executive Chef Marc Mora has created delightful new menus, reinventing resort dining at all of the Mammoth Resort eateries.  Snow tubing, snowmobiling, sightseeing, and ice skating are exciting activities that will keep the entire family busy!  

The prices for the MVP Pass are as follows:

Adult (19-64) – $659

Child (7-12) – $329

 Youth (13-18) – $494

Senior (65-79) – $329