Downhill & snowboardingRentalsSleddingCross country & snowshoeing


Mammoth Mountain

Lift tickets/Lessons/General information
Current Weather Conditions (snowcam!)

The lodges

Eagle Lodge

This is the closest point of entry to Mammoth Mountain from St. Moritz, and easiest if you will be taking the free shuttle service. Eagle has the best beginner runs and it’s simple to traverse to other parts of the mountain from there.

Main Lodge

The farthest from St. Moritz, but the best-bet if you plan on driving. Main Lodge has the best access to the back side, an express gondola to the top, and the an excellent beginners ski-school program in our opinion. The Yodeler restaurant is also here if you need a giant pretzel and a beer.

Canyon Lodge

A quick gondola ride from the Village will take you to Canyon Lodge (a.k.a. Warming Hut II). Usually the busiest of the three lodges but centrally located.

The Mill

Located on Minaret Road between Canyon and Main Lodge, this area has a decent sized parking lot and it’s a good place for lunch. Intermediate runs are directly acessible from here, not a good starting location for beginners.


All lodges and areas have a small parking lot that usually fills up quick. During busy times, plan on getting to the mountain before 8:30am if you want to park close. If lots are full, many areas have street parking nearby with a free shuttle service.

Main Lodge and The Mill
If the parking lots are full you can park along Minaret Road and walk, or take the free parking shuttle. The shuttle travels from the Main Lodge to The Village along Minaret Road and makes stops along the way at The Mill and all designated stops.

If the designated parking lot is full there is very little street parking here (but is easily walkable to the lifts.) Unless you’re an early riser, your best bet is to take the shuttle which is a quick, 15-20 minute ride from St. Moritz.

Canyon Lodge

If the designated parking lot is full you may park along Lakeview Blvd. but watch the signs carefully (not all no-parking zones are clearly marked.)

Dropping off

All areas have a designated drop-off / pick-up area if you happen to have a non-participating driver or designated car parker.


Mammoth Mountain

Main Lodge, Canyon Lodge, Eagle Lodge and The Mountain Center at The Village.
Rent skis, boots, snowboards, snowmobiles or mountain bikes right on the mountain.
| (800) MAMMOTH

Footloose Sports

One of Mammoth’s best selection of ski and snowboard gear—they also do repairs and maintenance. Lots of clothing and accessories.
 |  (866) 896-0475
3043 Main Street - Corner of Main and Old Mammoth Road

Black Tie Ski Rentals

They deliver and pick up!
 |  (760) 934-7009

ASO – Adventure Sports Outpost

A local favorite for renting gear. Good selection of clothing and accessories.
 | (760) 965-3444
452 Old Mammoth Rd, Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546

Wave Rave Snowboard Shop

Specializes in snowboards, great selection and knowledgeable staff.
| (760) 934-2471
3203 Main Street, Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546

Tamarack Cross-Country Ski Center

Full or half-day rentals of cross country gear, snowshoes, and pulkas (toddler sleds). Lesson and guided tours available.
| (760) 934-2442
163 Twin Lakes Rd., Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546



Woolly’s Tube Park

If you don’t mind spending a couple bucks, Woolly’s Tube Park is a thrill for all ages. There’s also a free snow play area for the littler ones and a heated deck with snack bar offering hot cocoa and adult beverages. Making reservations up to a week in advance is recommended for holiday weekends. Bring your own sled and explore the nearby slopes for free!


During the winter months you’ll find a couple great sledding opportunities right within St. Moritz. Epic sledding shutes have been cultivated near the pool area towards the street (where the dog area is).

Off the road

There’s a great hill on the corner of Minaret and Main Street (Right across from Mammoth Brewing Company). There are also many improvised sledding spots along Minaret Road heading towards the Main Lodge.


For something a little different, head to Tamarack Lodge where they have 19+ miles (30+ kilometers) of secluded, groomed world-class trails. Rentals, lessons, guided tours for cross-country skiers of all levels. There is also a public snowshoe/hiking groomed trail that’s dog friendly.