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(second from left) MMSA CEO Rusty Gregory, seated next to Woolly, opens the mountain.

LAND ROVER U.S. FREESKI & SNOWBOARD GRAND PRIX IN MAMMOTH THIS WEEK

LAND ROVER U.S. FREESKI & SNOWBOARD GRAND PRIX Wednesday, January 29 to Saturday, February 1, 2020  Come watch the best skiers and snowboarders in the country compete at the  LAND ROVER U.S. GRAND PRIX, hosted by MAMMOTH MOUNTAIN.  Get front row seats to this nationally televised contest and watch the top male and female athletes […]

 
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Over-snow fat biking now available on some routes

USFS press release The Inyo National Forest announces that new over snow fat biking opportunities are available for the 2018 winter season. The following areas are now open to over snow fat bike use: • Groomed motorized OSV trails identified on the Eastern Sierra Winter Recreation Map as “Snowmobile Routes” • Obsidian Dome and Shady Rest Park […]

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Jim Thomson: 1944-2016

James Richard Thomson January 6, 1944 – October 1, 2016 James Richard Thomson, also known as Jim, Dad, and Grandpa Jim, was born January 6th, 1944 in San Diego, California. He passed away October 1, 2016 in the Palo Alto VA Hospital following a long and courageous medical battle. His family has peace in knowing […]

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Fire at MMSA’s Cornice Cafe kept to a minimum

MLFD press release Shortly after midnight on October 13, 2016, the Mammoth Lakes Fire and Police Departments, and Mono County Paramedics were dispatched to an alarm of water flowing from the automatic fire suppression system on the 3rd floor of the Main Lodge at Mammoth Mountain Ski Area (MMSA).  Shortly before arriving, Mono County Dispatch […]

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Man dies in San Joaquin River

Mono County Sheriff’s Department press release On Sunday, August 21, at approximately 4:15 p.m., the Mono County Sheriff’s Office received a call regarding an adult male who had jumped into the San Joaquin River at Lower Rainbow Falls, which is located in Red’s Meadow in Madera County. It was reported that the male was floating […]

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