Mammoth Mountain Plans to Stay Open until Fourth of July Thanks to More Snow

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Guests at the Mammoth Inn enjoy drinks in the lodge while looking at the view of the ski resort. (Credit: Wally Skalij / Los Angeles Times)

You’ll be skiing at Mammoth Mountain at least until the Fourth of July.

That’s the word from the Eastern Sierra resort, which had accumulated about 35 feet of snow at the main lodge by Friday and counting.

The forecast for the weekend: more snow Saturday with a high of 23. Clearing was expected by Sunday, according to Mammoth’s website.

But it’s not over, according to the forecast, which calls for snow showers from Friday through Feb. 20 — all of Presidents Day weekend, a traditional favorite for skiers and boarders wanting to get some more winter.

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