THE MAMMOTH BLACKOUT WEEKEND
 
 


Your winter getaway includes 3 days and 2 nights of skiing, snowboarding, parties and everything in between. Come for the snow or come for the parties ALL are welcome!

 
     
 
 
EVENTS SCHEDULED
 
 
FRIDAY -MARCH 2, 2012
The Mammoth Blackout Weekend Night Meet & Greet
 
 
 
SATURDAY - MARCH 3, 2012
JAM at the Lodge
 
 
 
SATURDAY - MARCH 3, 2012
Blackout Party
 
SUNDAY - MARCH 4, 2012
Networking & Business Card Exchange
 
 




 

SPONSORS & AFFILIATES

 

Winter Activities on Mammoth Mountain

Ski / Board
Group lesson
Snowmobile
Gondola Rides
Snowcat Tours
Shopping and more

Lovers of snow hang their helmets here because of more than 400" of annual snowfall. With more than 300 days of bluebird skies, winter never gets old and sticks around for a long time. But the one thing everyone comes for is to play big. And there's no better venue on earth than Mammoth Mountain.


CALL 1-800-MAMMOTH to book activities. If you purchased a housing package with Mammoth BlackOut you can give them your name in order to get discounts on activities.

SKIING & BOARDING

If you ski or board you will enjoy the 150 trails and 28 lifts set on 3,500 acres of terrain. And the size-matters crowd shows up because we're the tallest ski resort in California with a peak elevation of 11,053 feet.

Don't ski or snowboard? No problem take a group lesson and learn. Group lesson will include everything you need to get started including your equipment and lift ticket.
Click here for information and to purchase advanced tickets.


2010/2011 Pricing Below

Options
Rate at Mammoth Mountain
Lift Tickets
1 Day - Lift Ticket
$92
2 Day - Lift Ticket
$171
Equipment Rental
1 Day - Standard Ski/Board
$36
2 Day - Standard Ski/Board
$68
Group Lesson
1 Day
$89 - $159
Group Lesson rate includes equipment rental and limited lift ticket. Access to lower level runs.

There are other locations to rent equipment and other extracurricular items but we have only listed items that are available at the main lodge on Mammoth Mountain.


SNOWMOBILES

If you've ever been snowmobiling, you know it's a great way to find fun far from the beaten path. If you haven't, well, it's time you tried. Mammoth Snowmobile Adventures is the perfect outfitter for first-timers or seasoned experts. Experienced guides and top-of-the-line equipment grant you access to California's greatest playground including: thousands of acres of trails, pristine backcountry, spacious meadows, historic landmarks and lush pine forests. Click here for additional information and to book.

Options
Regular Rate on Mountain
Prepaid Discounted Rate
Snowmobile    
90 minutes
$130
N/A


SCENIC GONDOLA

The summit of Mammoth at 11,053 feet is perhaps the most stunning view you'll find in California. But don't be fooled by the remote elevation – once you reach the top you'll discover there's plenty to do. From the Sierra Interpretive Center to the Top Of The Sierra Café, you'll be amazed at what you find above 11,000 feet. An all day pass is $23.00. Click here for details.


SNOWCAT TOURS

Take a ride in a real snowcat for the most unique dining experiences in the Eastern Sierra. Experience the sights and sounds of the snowbound backcountry in the heated comfort of a luxury snowcat. Dine on gourmet cuisine while experiencing some of the most scenic locations in the Sierra. The 90 minute tours are $89.00, Click here for details.

SNOW TUBING

Whether you're looking for the downhill rush without having to strap on skis or just want to slip and slide your way down the hill while sitting down, checkout tubing. Located on Minaret Road on the way up to the Main Lodge, it's only $25 an hour for tube rental and full rope-tow access. But be sure to bring some greenbacks, Sledz is cash only.
760-934-7533


FREE GUIDED TOURS ON MAMMOTH MOUNTAIN


One of the best ways to get the inside skinny on Mammoth and its natural surroundings is to strap on your board or click into your skis and take a tour with one of our naturalists. For 90 minutes they'll give you inside line on the area, its volcanic background, and maybe even a little bit about the old mines that gave the resort its name. The tours are available from Friday – Sunday, begin at 10:30am and 1:30pm, and meet at the bottom Stump Alley Express.


For more details on Mammoth Mountain click below:
www.MammothMountain.com

 

If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact us
and a representative will contact you as soon as possible.
BlackNLA, (323) 929-7660 or Travel@BlackNLA.com