Mammoth got wailed. Multiple storms stacked up and dumped--nuked, puked! Estimates range between 4 and 5 feet of fresh snow fell in the last week. And today was just one of those days. The rare, powdery, bluesky kind of day that just makes your winter--a random magic Wednesday in February. Of course it's rare for conditions line up like this: Many feet of fresh, dry powder dumps down on the Sierras for a couple days, then, the winds die to nothing, the clouds break and the morning dawns bluebird blue.
It was such a day here at Mammoth Mountain, California. Golden, righteous--I could ramble on about the overhead powder plumes and waist deep trees, but if you weren't there, it doesn't quite matter. Does it? Here's a few pics and here's to February--a great time for riding some powder with your pals. Mammoth is prime right now. Check for yourself, right here.