Featured Property Chamonix 36

Enjoy this nicely decorated one bedroom plus loft, two bath home just steps from Canyon Lodge. This unit offers a full kitchen, wood burning fireplace, and flat screen TV/DVD. This unit sleeps up to 6 and is rated at an 84. The master bedroom has a king size bed, the loft has two twins and the living room has a sofa sleeper. The complex offers a Jacuzzi, rec room, pool (summer only) and outdoor parking.

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Featured Property CHATEAU BLANC 9

This newly remodeled 4 bedroom, 3 bath home is adjacent to Mammoth Creek Park, has a large yard and spectacular views of the Sherwin mountains. This unit has a fully equipped kitchen, wood- burning fireplace, 3 flat screen TVs, internet access, pool and spa, washer and dryer and sleeps 10. The master bedroom has a king, the second bedroom has a queen, and a third bedroom has two twins (one with trundle). The fourth bedroom is a kid’s paradise with a double bunk on top of a sofa sleeper and a twin bunk bed. The red line shuttle picks up at the condo parking lot to take you directly to the slopes. You are guaranteed a fantastic vacation in this unit that is rated a 93

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Safety Month at Mammoth Mountain

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Helmet Sale
Purchase any helmet from our mountain Sport Shops (Main, Canyon and Eagle Lodges) January 1-31 and receive a 15% discount when you mention National Safety Awareness Month! 15% discount also available on Avalanche Control Product from K2.

Safety Breakfast with Mammoth’s Mountain Operations Team
Saturday, January 25 | 9am | Canyon Lodge (4th Floor)
Enjoy complimentary continental breakfast (while supplies last) and meet our Mountain Operations Leaders and Hill Safety Team. Learn about our Keeping Mammoth Kids Safe and Unbound Shrediquette campaigns and other safety initiatives. Team members will be available to chat about safety and answer your questions during the event.

Unbound Safety Clinics
Saturday, January 11 & 25 | 11am | Forest Trail Terrain Park
Join pro snowboarder and Mammoth Team athlete Gabe Taylor for a tutorial on safe skiing and riding in the terrain park. Gabe will demonstrate the safe execution of some basic park tricks and cover our new Unbound Shrediquette program (which includes the NSAA and Burton Smart Style initiative). Instructors from the Mammoth Ski and Snowboard School will be on hand after the demonstration to give out free tips to participating skiers and riders.

Beacon Basin Transceiver Clinic
Saturday, January 4, 11, 18, 25 | 9am | Beacon Basin
Join our Ski Patrol team for a free two hour transceiver clinic. Bring your own gear! The beacon park is located at the bottom of St Moritz (skiers right, near Jill’s run).

Snowcat & Snowmobile Demonstration
Saturday & Sunday, January 4&5, 11&12, 18&19, 25&26 | 11am-3pm | Canyon Lodge
Sit in a Snowcat or hop on a Snowmobile and learn about the on-hill vehicles we use daily.

Sweep with Patrol
Occurs daily | 4pm | Top of Chairs 2, 3,4, 5)
What’s a sweep? It’s our version of tucking Mammoth in and wishing her a goodnight. Take the last run of the day with members of our Patrol Team, as they “sweep” the Mountain to make sure no one is left behind, injured or lost. Learn about just one aspect of Ski Patrol’s job!

Day in the Life of a Ski Patroller and Mountain Operations Tour
Sunday, January 5, 12, 19, 26 | 8am | Main Lodge Patrol Room
Spend a day with the men and women in red! Experience a day in the life of a Mammoth Ski Patroller and learn the different aspects of this exciting and challenging job. Explore the mountain through the eyes of ski patrol, check out the “gun station” where avalanche control is conducted after snow storms, learn about our weather methods and watch a demonstration with our avalanche dogs.

Space in this activity is limited, the first 15 guests to meet in the Main Lodge Patrol Room will be selected to participate. Lift ticket/pass required. Discounted lift tickets available to participants only. Must be 18+ years old or have a parent present.

Safety Squad Question of the Day
Occurs daily | Saturday & Sunday, January 4&5, 11&12, 18&19, 25&26 | Mountain-wide
Find a member of our safety squad in the RED jackets or stop by a safety booth, answer the safety question of the day correctly and win a prize! Daily questions can be found in our Snow Report at MammothMountain.com.

NSAA Poster Contest
Enter the NSAA Safety Poster contest! Color your own poster during our Apres with Woolly activity nights or download your own HERE. Entries can be dropped off at the Main Lodge Host Office.

Helmet Decorating
Saturday, January 4, 11, 18, 25 | 11am-3pm | Inside Main & Canyon Lodges
Jazz up your helmet with fun stickers and colorful tape before hitting the slopes!

Woolly’s Parade – The Safety Week Edition
Saturday, January 4, 11, 18, 25 | 3:30-4:30pm | The Village at Mammoth
After a day on the slopes join Woolly and his Ski and Snowboard School friends for music, dance, face-painting and a parade through The Village at Mammoth! A must-attend kids event for all ages!

Ski with Woolly & the Safety Team
Occurs daily | See schedule below

Meet our furry friend Woolly and the red-clad Safety Team members at the top of Schoolyard Express or Discovery Chair and take a lap.

Friday – Sunday and Holidays

10:30 Top of Eagle (Chair 15)

11:00 Top of Discovery (Chair 11)

11:30 Top of Rollercoaster (Chair 4)

12:00 Woolly’s Tube Park

12:30 The Mill Restaurant

2:15 Ski with Woolly from the top of Schoolyard (Chair 17)

2:30 Ski with Woolly from the top of Discovery (Chair 11)

Monday and Wednesday

10:30 Top of Eagle (Chair 15)

12:00 Woolly’s Tube Park

12:30 The Mill Restaurant

2:30 Ski with Woolly from the top of Schoolyard (Chair 17)

Tuesday and Thursday

11:00 Top of Rollercoaster (Chair 4)

12:00 Woolly’s Tube Park

12:30 The Mill Restaurant

2:30 Ski with Woolly from the top of Discovery (Chair 11)

Fall Color Report 10-18-2013

75 – 100% – Convict Canyon: Go Now! The canyon as a whole is at its peak and now is the time to go. You will find plenty of spectacular colors as you make you way up to the lake. There is a combination of intense yellows, brilliant oranges and recently traces of brown. There are sections along the upper creek above the lake were some of the leaves have died off. -Fall color report information from Convict Lake Resort.

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Photo Credit: Convict Lake Resort