And Then There Was One...

Credit: Mammoth Mountain Ski Area
After a season that is likely to go down in history, Mammoth Mountain has closed up winter operations for the season, which is funny since they lasted through most of the summer.

Yesterday, July 28, was the last day for skiing and riding at the mountain. For a time it looked as if the mountain would be able to stay open right up until opening day for the 2019/2020 season, but it was just a couple of weeks ago that the announcement was made that Mammoth would not make it into August. Those who are fans of Mammoth will now have to wait for just over three months until opening day. 

That leaves just one last hill that is still spinning lifts for the duration of the summer in the U.S.A. Timberline Lodge in Oregon still has about a month to go with a reported closing date of August 31st. There has been no report or reason given to believe that they might fall short of that date. So, if you're still looking to get some lift-serviced action, Mt. Hood would be the destination.


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