im going there in feb for 2 weeks, this trip is costing me like $4000. so what do i need to make the most of it, apart from the park any where good i should know about at mammoth. hows the snow in North America in general this season???
$4000, you better be getting a private jet from australia and a 5 bedroom condo with three 8 person hot tubs and russian masoose for that price. holly shiznit.
You will have a blast skiing there. its not hard to find things todo unless you expect them to come looking for you.
Anywho.... the parks at Mammoth rip, but you already know that. I'd also check out Chair 22 for some sick tree skiing, and Chair 23 for some good chutes and cornices on the upper mountain. And if all else fails, just sit on the deck at the Main Lodge and watch the pros go huge in the main park.
ellerman, if you're an American, the price of the Canadian Dollar doesn't mean shit to you. It matters to Canadians though because so much of our stuff is brought in from the US. And to rip us off even more, the US adds taxes to all the shit just so it makes our country even more in debt than before.
'Schmuck...Cruella has garbage can pussy.'
im not canadian. im australian, US dollar is great value for me right now, like one of my dollars gets me almost 80 amercan cents. last time i was in the states it was like 55 cents, that sucked ass. and euro is strong so u.s. it is.
ski avy chute 2 1/2, that thing is sick. make sure to get it first, or else all the snow will be gone. top o' the world is a sick line. maybe do hole in the wall just to say you did. it is a pretty well known pseudo-backcountry run. make sure to catch the bus though, it runs on a 1.5 hour lap so it sucks to miss. you should probably find someone to take you out there so you don't accidentally fall off a huge cliff to flat.