Top 10 Things To Do in Mammoth in the Spring

Mar 31, 2016


  1. JLA Banked Slalom

    In memory of one of the most influential riders of his time, this spring event celebrates the life of Jeff Anderson. Taking place in Lower Dry Creek, come slash some turns, have some fun, and participate in the 4th Annual JLA Banked Slalom, April 2-3.

  2. Pond Skim
    The pond skim is back! Come join in all of the wacky spring fun at Canyon Lodge on April 17. If you want to compete, come decked out in your best Superhero themed costume - the first 50 competitors in costume at registration will get a spot.

  3. The Mammoth Bloody Mary Challenge

    We love spring, and we love Bloody Marys. Stop by any of the on-mountain bars to kick start your crawl, and to pick up a punch card. Complete the challenge to win bragging rights, a free appetizer, and a chance at a $250 gift card.

  4. Holy Bowly

    This year, Holy Bowly meets the Unbound Terrain Parks. Holy Bowly is an annual international gathering of riders committed to getting as creative as possible on hand-shaped bowls, berms and transitions- all to share the stoke of snowboarding. Watch it all go down, April 16-17.

  5. Chix on Stix

    Filled with fun, adventure, and new friends, join Olympic skier Stacey Cook at her annual Chix on Stix event. From April 30-May 1, Stacey and crew will be hitting the Mammoth backcountry for a unique ski day with Sierra Mountain Guides. Open to women of all ages.

  6. Get Your Goggle Tan On at the Mill

    Grab some friends and grub and then lay out on the lawn chairs at the Mill to catch some rays. You can watch as people shred down Stump Alley, plan out the rest of your day, and celebrate the spring season in true Mammoth fashion.

  7. Park Laps for Days

    With 11 parks and almost 300 features to hit, spring is one of the best times to work on your freestyle skills. Shred your way through the famous Mammoth Unbound Terrain Parks and keep an eye out for some of the world’s best pros throwing down next to you.

  8. 11,053' Winter Ezakimak Challenge

    A 5k with 2,000 feet in elevation gain isn’t something most people do every day. The Ezakimak Challenge takes you from the base of Mammoth Mountain to the summit at 11,053 feet on cross country skis, snowshoes, on foot, or on fat bike. Celebrate your finish at the Pink Moon Summit Party.

  9. Live Music at 53 Kitchen & Cocktails

    Come jam out après to some live tunes every weekend at 53 Kitchen & Cocktails. With amazing specialty cocktails and voted the best burger in town, it’s the perfect way to relax and hang after a day on the slopes.

  10. Happy Hour at the Village – Campo
    One walk through The Village and you’re sure to notice the party taking place at Campo. With corn hole, ladder ball, and a fire pit out front, come get happy at Campo daily from 2-5 PM with 3 apps for $20 and drink specials.   

See you on the hill.