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There's been a whole lot of this happening this season! #dig #shovel #push Let's break down the numbers... Season Snowfall @ Main Lodge: 492" Season Snowfall @ the Summit: 718" Current Base Depth: 90-155" May Snowfall Total: 32" Lifts Spinning: Chairs 1, 2, 3, 6, 11, 23 & Lower Gondi Operating Hours: 7:30AM-2PM Open Daily 'Til: AUGUST Photo: @christianpondella @lucasoilproducts
If you can’t afford the flight to Chile or New Zealand this summer, not to worry—Mammoth Mountain just announced that they're extending their season out till August. Thanks to an additional 29 inches from the oh so generous Ullr this month, the mountain’s snow total is now up to a whopping 718 inches. August closing dates are nothing new for Mammoth, in fact, they've closed this late before in ‘95 and 2017. Hopefully, it’s a trend that continues.
Todd Ligare enjoying some of that wind buffed pow that Mammoth is known for. Justin Mayers Photo.
Vail CEO Rob Katz wrote a letter with a message for the upcoming ski season. Flickr photo. Back in March, Vail and other large ski industry corporations were faced with the tough decision of closing their resorts – essentially killing off their main revenue streams – in response to the growing COVID-19 pandemic. At this point, it’s unfortunately become clear that we’re all in it for the long haul, and many ski resorts have been asking themselves existential questions about the upcoming
For those unaware, Nolan's 14 is an ultrarun in Colorado, traversing 14 14ers in the Sawatch Range. While there is no firmly established route, previously completed runs gain about 44,000 feet of elevation over around 100 miles, with about half of the route being off-trail. RELATED: Check out the TGR Journal Vol. 1 On July 1st and 2nd, 2020, 33-year-old Joey Campanelli ran Nolan's 14 in 41 hours, handily breaking both the unsupported and supported records, which were 49:38 and 46:48,
The Jackson Hole Town Council just approved a new gondola for Snow King Ski Resort. Max Ritter photo. Snow King Ski Resort in Jackson just got the green light to start building a new gondola. The new gondola is one aspect of a much bigger expansion plan put forth by the ski resort, which also includes a zip line, a summit observatory and complex for events and weddings, a new snowmaking pump house, and new ticketing facility. For now, the Jackson Hole Town Council gave the gondola the