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Sierra Nevada Resort & Spa Named to “California’s Best Ski Resorts and Inns” Offers Spring-into-Summer Skiing at Mammoth Mountain Through July 4

April 1, 2019 Ski No Comments Email Email

A best-kept secret of Los Angeles snow lovers, Mammoth Mountain Resort in Mammoth Lakes, California, regularly offers some of the longest spring season skiing around. But with some 20 feet of fresh snow in the past six weeks, Mammoth announced its 2019 season will be open for skiing and riding through at least July 4. Indeed, February 2019 rated as the snowiest February ever for the mountain – allowing Mammoth to boast the most snow in North America. So no need to stow ski gear for the season come April; months more of great skiing await at Mammoth – with no better place to stay than stylishly rustic Sierra Nevada Resort & Spa in the heart of Mammoth Lakes. Convenient to the mountain, dining, shopping and nightlife, the Sierra Nevada Resort was named one of “California’s Best Ski Resorts and Inns” by L.A. Biz.

Spring is an awesome time to hit the slopes at Mammoth Mountain. From late March to season’s end, the winter crowds dwindle, conditions remain incredible, days become longer and warmer, and off-season pricing takes effect. Springtime in the Eastern Sierra traditionally brings warm, sunny days and cool, subfreezing nights. This daily freeze-thaw weather cycle and the high elevation of Mammoth Mountain combine to create some of the best and most dependable spring and late season skiing conditions in North America. And, in true southern California fashion—you can pick up a fish taco or spicy burrito at the top of the mountain before heading down.

The perfect home base for snowy adventures, the Sierra Nevada Resort & Spa makes it easy to get ready for the mountain with on-site Black Tie Ski Rentals, just down the hall from the lobby, ready to custom-fit guests with the latest ski and snowboard rental equipment. And Black Tie techs are just a phone call away should one need assistance on the slope – they’ll actually meet guests up on the hill.

Families are welcome with a relaxed vibe on the mountain in spring and early summer, making it a great place to take the kiddos for their first trip down the slopes. Lift tickets are only $28 for kids 5-12 and those under 5 ski free. Mammoth Lakes is full of slopeside barbecues in the springtime and hosts the annual Pond Skim, when crazily costumed skiers and snowboarders straight-line across a 110-foot pond. Mammoth Lakes’ plethora of great hiking and bike trails offers additional family fun, and Sierra Nevada Resort & Spa is also known for its family-welcoming style.

Sierra Nevada Resort guests looking for beyond-skiing winter activities in the Mammoth Lakes area can navigate a snowmobile through Inyo National Forest or enjoy the family fun at Mammoth’s Woolly’s Tube Park. The resort is also only minutes from surrounding natural wonders including Devils Postpile National Monument, as well as Convict, Crowley and Mono lakes and Yosemite National Park. And after a day spent running around town, guests can relax at Sierra Nevada Resort’s only full-service hotel spa in the Mammoth Lakes area.

Sierra Nevada Resort guests are treated with an endless list of services and amenities with the comfort of staying in a cozy mountain home. Overnight options for the 148-room resort include a stay at The Lodge, in one of their Deluxe Rooms or Fireplace Suites, or in the newly remodeled Resort Chalets for the finest mountain living. And dining on-site represents three distinct culinary experiences and an award-winning wine program. The stylishly rustic Rafters Restaurant serves innovative takes on seasonally inspired New American cuisine, while Jimmy’s Taverna – named a “Mountain Retreat Taking Wine to New Heights” by Wine Spectator – specializes in Mediterranean-inspired fresh seafood and wood-grilled meats, while the Red Lantern offers Chinese cuisine.

Spring rates at Sierra Nevada Lodge & Spa start at $99 for lodge rooms midweek, $119 weekends (taxes and fees not included).

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