In the winter portion of the Kittredge Sports website we have information for all your Mammoth Lakes winter activities. Here you will find informative content like our vendor overviews to resourses similar to our online rental reservations. You will find these useful links to the left and also under the “WINTER” tab in the header navigation bar.
The typical winter temperatures in Mammoth are highs in the 30s-40s and overnight lows hovering around 20 degrees. We average over 300 sunny days a year and an average of 385 inches of snow we are often are skiing until July 4th. Mammoth Mountain is one of the top ranking ski and snowboarding resorts. Along with skiing and snowboarding on Mammoth Mountain, the Mammoth Lakes area has some of the best snowmobiling, cross country skiing, snowshoeing and sledding in the U.S. Mammoth Lakes offers endless activities for fun in the snow!
We are very excited about our ski lines this year. K2, Rossignol, Volkl and Line have been our staple brands for years. Two years ago was our first with Armada, and we were astounded by how well they skied and fast they sold. Blizzard is an old name, but a new addition for us, and we are confident that you will find them to be as amazing as we do. Our boot wall covers every range of fit and performance with shoes from Lange, Dalbello, Tecnica, Rossignol, and Full Tilt. Our staff of boot fitters is ready to dial that fit with custom footbeds from Instaprint and Superfeet, and custom liners from Zip Fit and Intuition.
Of course, when you look good you ski good, so check out the latest functional fashions from our new brands Mammut, Millet, and DNA. Or shop our long time favorites like Descente, Powderhorn, Spyder, Nils, Scott, Armada, Oakley, and The North Face. Don’t forget accessories like helmets from Smith, Giro, POC, and K2, or Goggles from Smith, Scott, Oakley and Zeal. Every winter, we have you covered at Kittredge Sports.
FUN STUFF TO DO
Mammoth Lakes Ice Rink is a beautiful outdoor facility in an alpine setting. Offering public skating sessions, pick-up hockey, lessons and special events. Skate sharpening and skate rentals are available, including limited snack and beverage services.
Ice Rink: 760-934-2505
Mount a sled and venture into beautiful meadows and wooded forests with the wind in your face and your hands on the throttle. Miles of snow-covered roads and 75,000 acres of open expanse are waiting to be explored. Many of Mammoth’s geologic wonders, such as Hot Creek Geological Site and Inyo Craters, are easily accessed in winter months by snowmobile.
DJ Snowmobile Adventures
Mammoth Snowmobile Adventures
Contact Us / Store Hours
Hours: Monday – Thursday: 7am to 8pm
Friday: 7am to 9pm
Saturday: 7am to 9pm
Sunday: 7am to 8pm
Address: 3218 Main St.
PO Box 598
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
Telephone: (760) 934-7566
FAX: (760) 934-6391
FUN STUFF TO DO
Mammmoth Lakes offers visitors an excellent skiing. Mammoth Mountain in California’s premier winter resort. It has over 3,500 acres of skiable groomed and ungroomed trails through a spectacular wilderness area. An average of over 385 inches of snow is caused by weather patterns from the Pacific that form over the Sierra. Mammoth is known as one of the world’s best resorts for spring skiing, sometimes staying open until July 4th. June Mountain has over 500 acres of runs and a vertical rise of 2,590 feet.
Nordic skiing is a great way to be in the outdoors. Whether getting your morning workout or just walking the dog, the silence of the woods and the crisp mountain air are rejuvenating and inspiring. Between the Tamarack Cross Country Ski Center and the public Mammoth Lakes Nordic Trail System, there are miles of trails and skating lanes for Nordic skiers. From Tamarack Lodge you will experience 19 miles of freshly groomed track that meanders around Twin Lakes and the Mammoth Lakes Basin.
Tamarack Lodge Ski Center
The Inyo National Forest is open to snow play and is ideal for sleds, tubes and saucers. Some areas to sled at are: 1)Rock Creek Road, approx. 15 minutes south of Mammoth Lakes and is plowed all the way to East Fork Snopark 2)A large hill approximately 15 minutes north of Mammoth Lakes on Hwy 395 on the southbound side where the divided highway ends, just before Deadman Summit. 3)Anywhere on the Scenic Loop Road as long as you are not parked on or sledding on the road. 4)Sledz, is located on Minaret Road, on your way up to the Main Lodge ski area on the right side. There is a rope tow and they provide the tubes for a fee
Take a seat in a real, traditional dog sled. You’ll glide along while taking in all of the gorgeous scenery Mammoth Lakes and the Eastern Sierra has to offer. Take an unforgettable adventure exploring the white wilderness of Smokey Bear Flats, a vast, untamed and primitive wilderness area.
Kittredge Sports and Alaska Airlines have partnered to bring great deals to the folks flying to Mammoth. Deals reflected the season and help you save all year.