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Mammoth Mountain Ski Map
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Mammoth Mountain ski area

For many skiers, Mammoth Mountain is the definitive destination on the West Coast. It gets a lot of snow, around 400 inches per year, and it’s got the terrain, lifts, and infrastructure to match. With 3,100 vertical feet of skiable terrain, there’s something for everyone at Mammoth, from tight chutes and steeps on the upper mountain, to sunny groomers and world-class terrain parks. This hill has it all. When James Niehues painted the Mammoth ski map in 2008 he captured every one of those runs in exacting detail, along with surrounding peaks, including the iconic Minaret Vista. These jagged peaks help define the skyline in the Mammoth Lakes region.

If you’ve spent time at Mammoth Mountain, you’ll appreciate how this map captures the whole sweeping vista of the mountain, from the eleven thousand foot summit peak down the base area nestled in the valley. And every run on the mountain is visible, so whether you’re a long-time local who has the view memorized, or you had a memorable trip to Mammoth, this Mammoth Mountain trail map is a great visual companion to the memories you took away from the Sierras.

 

Location: Mammoth Mountain Sierra Nevada Mono & Madera Counties, California

Nearest city: Mammoth Lakes, California

Coordinates: 37°37′50″N 119°01′57″W

Vertical: 3,100 ft (940 m)

Top elevation: 11,059 ft (3,371 m)

Base elevation: 7,953 ft (2,424 m)

Ski able area: 3,500 acres (1,420 ha)

Runs: 150 , 25% beginner, 40% intermediate, 35% advanced

Longest run: 3 mi (4.8 km)

Lift system: 28 lifts: 3 gondolas, 23 chairs (2 high speed six-packs, 9 high speed quads, 1 quad, 6 triple, 4 double), 2 platter lift

Lift capacity: 50,000 passengers/hr

Terrain parks: Disco Playground, Wonderland Playground, X-Course, Forest Trail Park, Jibs Galore, Transition Park, South Park, Main Park

Snowfall: 400 in (1,020 cm)

Snow-making: 477 acres (193 ha) covering 46 trails, 33%

Mammoth Mountain Ski Map

Mammoth Mountain in Mammoth Lakes, California

Painted in 2008

Our custom black wooden frames feature a deep, squared profile to showcase Niehues’ timeless work. Frame width ranges from ⅞ to 1 ⅝ inches, dependent upon on print size, and features a non-glare acrylic front plus foamcore backing. 

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Mammoth Mountain ski area

For many skiers, Mammoth Mountain is the definitive destination on the West Coast. It gets a lot of snow, around 400 inches per year, and it’s got the terrain, lifts, and infrastructure to match. With 3,100 vertical feet of skiable terrain, there’s something for everyone at Mammoth, from tight chutes and steeps on the upper mountain, to sunny groomers and world-class terrain parks. This hill has it all. When James Niehues painted the Mammoth ski map in 2008 he captured every one of those runs in exacting detail, along with surrounding peaks, including the iconic Minaret Vista. These jagged peaks help define the skyline in the Mammoth Lakes region.

If you’ve spent time at Mammoth Mountain, you’ll appreciate how this map captures the whole sweeping vista of the mountain, from the eleven thousand foot summit peak down the base area nestled in the valley. And every run on the mountain is visible, so whether you’re a long-time local who has the view memorized, or you had a memorable trip to Mammoth, this Mammoth Mountain trail map is a great visual companion to the memories you took away from the Sierras.

 

Location: Mammoth Mountain Sierra Nevada Mono & Madera Counties, California

Nearest city: Mammoth Lakes, California

Coordinates: 37°37′50″N 119°01′57″W

Vertical: 3,100 ft (940 m)

Top elevation: 11,059 ft (3,371 m)

Base elevation: 7,953 ft (2,424 m)

Ski able area: 3,500 acres (1,420 ha)

Runs: 150 , 25% beginner, 40% intermediate, 35% advanced

Longest run: 3 mi (4.8 km)

Lift system: 28 lifts: 3 gondolas, 23 chairs (2 high speed six-packs, 9 high speed quads, 1 quad, 6 triple, 4 double), 2 platter lift

Lift capacity: 50,000 passengers/hr

Terrain parks: Disco Playground, Wonderland Playground, X-Course, Forest Trail Park, Jibs Galore, Transition Park, South Park, Main Park

Snowfall: 400 in (1,020 cm)

Snow-making: 477 acres (193 ha) covering 46 trails, 33%

"The 'Rembrandt of snow' has published a hefty coffee table book with a collection of nearly all of his hand-painted maps."




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Legendary Ski Artist James Niehues

If you are a skier or snowboarder, there is a good chance James Niehues has been your mountain guide. Throughout his 30 year career he has worked at the  smallest hills and the most expansive resorts in North America.  He has left his mark in South America, Australia, Asia and Europe too.   And even if you have never shared a bottomless powder day with him, he has always been close by.