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It's such a long journey from the UK
In a nutshell
A great mountain for great skiers (or beginners).
If you're like me and you like Volcom, Bonfire, Vans etc you know how ridiculously overpriced it is in the UK, which is why you need to save all your pennies and have a spending spree in Mammoth! Wave Rave on Main Street is one of the largest snow/skate shops in Mammoth, and has SOOOOOOO much fantastic clothes in there you won't come away disappointed! Try Unbound in the Village as well - not as big but still carry good stock.
All of the shops had discount on snowboards and boarding clothes so I would definately wait to buy that board you want until you get there.
I wanted a Salomon Ivy and the cheapest I could get it for here was £280. In one of the shops it was going for the equivalent of £150 - I really wish I had waited, but I bought a Nitro Fate in the UK which was about £100 less in Mammoth :-( oh well!
What to buy: Snowboards, boarding clothes, gloves, hoodies, jeans, hats, bags, goggles
What to pay: About half of what you would pay in the UK e.g Volcom hoodie - £70 in the UK - £32 in Wave Rave
Updated Jun 8, 2005
This is the mountain hangout of choice before, during, and especially after hitting the slopes. Spin the wheel if you're feelin' lucky!
The Yodler opens at 11 a.m. Just in case you don't feel like skiing, or need more liquid courage by then...
Written Mar 9, 2005
Phone: Phone: 760-934-0636
What a joke. Starwoods is making a P.R. report that they are increasing the pillow total of the town. Yeah, that's true but only for the luxury end. None for the normal accomodations most snow riders prefer.
Written Aug 15, 2007
In the summer months, take a shuttle from the Mammoth Lakes ski area to the Agnew Meadows trail head (on the way to Devil's Postpile) and explore the miles of trails visiting stunning mountains and alpine lakes. Perfect for a multi-night backpacking excursion. Don't forget the mosquito repellent!
Written Dec 24, 2011
With skiing/boarding being number one on everbody's wish-list around here, the prices are exorbitant. They aren't the most expensive I have seen, but they are definitely up there!
Adults (19 - 65) are $60 Sat-Sun and holidays. $57 Mon-Fri, Non-Holiday
Teens (13-18) are $45 and $43
Children 7-12 and old fogies, 65 and up are $30 and$29
Written Dec 19, 2002