20 feet of snow in 10 days? Very possible at Mammoth Mountain right now

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Mammoth Mountain, California is currently in the middle of an absolutely wild snow storm. The resort is reporting up to 84 new inches (seven feet) right now and—believe it or not—storm totals could reach up to 20 feet over the next 10 days or so.

So much snow has fallen that very little of the mountain has been able to open, so if you’re looking for somewhere to ski powder in the near future, your answer is clear, people. Get to California in time for those lifts to start turning and you won’t be disappointed. And if you need more convincing, just take a gander at the media, below, as well as the absurdity of Mammoth’s mountain cams right now.


Weather update: still dumping. 🎥 @weavsworld

A video posted by Mammoth Mountain (@mammothmountain) on

MAJOR DUMP ALERT! 24-46" in the last 24 hours and this is just the beginning. 📸 @petermorning

A photo posted by Mammoth Mountain (@mammothmountain) on

@chunner10 breaking trail in some very deep and heavy snow. #voilemfg #sparkrandd

A photo posted by m_swellwood (@m_swellwood) on

Rad day on the hill with the coolest students eva #skischooled

A photo posted by Mia Renee (@miaweenie) on

Dump alert hitting @mammothmountain

A video posted by Karttie🕉 (@k.a.r.t.t.i.e) on

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Photo: Peter Morning/Mammoth Mountain Ski Area

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