Weather, Road & Snow Conditions

Road Conditions | Weather | Snow Conditions

 

 Mono County Tourism Information

Road Conditions

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Getting here for those bluebird powder days sometimes involves driving in the storm that is dropping fresh powder. Before you leave home check the road conditions:

State Highway 203 (Mammoth Lakes)

US 395 (from LA and Reno)

US 50 (Sacramento to South Lake Tahoe)

Interstate 80 (Sacramento to Reno)

State Route 120 (Yosemite/Tioga Pass)

For up-to-date road information you can also call Caltrans: 800.427.7623

Always carry tire chains, gloves, protective clothing, a flashlight, water, food, and a sleeping bag or blanket. Allow plenty of time for your journey.

 

Weather

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Mountain weather can change with very little notice … be prepared for any weather, any time of the year. For current conditions, a forecast of High Sierra weather, or storm watches and warnings:

National Weather Data Service

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Snow Conditions

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Mammoth Mountain Ski Area:

With more than 3,500 acres of skiable terrain, Mammoth Mountain offers enjoyable skiing and boarding for the complete novice and the seasoned expert. Mammoth Mountain has one of the largest acreage of groomed trails anywhere, yet plenty of ungroomed slopes for those who live for “freshies”.

The Official Mammoth Mtn Snow Report: 888.SNOW.RPT or 760.934.6166

June Mountain Ski Area:

June Mountain, located 20 minutes north of Mammoth, offers skiers and boarders terrain parks, well groomed trails and fun tree skiing on it’s 500 uncrowded acres.

June Mountain Snow Report: 888.JUNE.MTN (888.586-3686)

Tamarack Cross-country Ski Center:

During the winter months the roads of the Lake Mary Basin become the well maintained trail system of the Tamarack Cross-country Ski Center.

Information and Trail Reports: 760.934.2442