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03-24-2010 05:52 PM
jitpunkia
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Originally Posted by mrpez View Post
haha you cant even compare mammoth and mt high they're in totally different leagues.

i like mt high because im only an hour away and a season pass is only $299
agreed . i dont like mt high that much . i got a bear pass for $429 . 2hours away . but i know people who live up there . go up for days at a time . but still ... i cant wait to back to mammoth and do a full 6months of snowboarding
03-24-2010 05:41 PM
mrpez haha you cant even compare mammoth and mt high they're in totally different leagues.

i like mt high because im only an hour away and a season pass is only $299
03-24-2010 05:24 PM
jitpunkia i dont like mt high . bear is fun . mammoth is magical . a pic of mammoth last sunday
03-24-2010 01:36 PM
extra0 if in L.A., mammoth is the closest really good mountain (world class), but, unfortunately, everybody in L.A. knows it. Mammoth is also huge, about 6 times bigger than anything in L.A. and has tons and tons of real snow (any snow is rare at L.A. resorts).

Sierra Summit is a little closer than mammoth, but only about 25% larger than L.A. resorts (combining bear/snow summit or all of mt. high). Good thing is Sierra Summit gets about 75% of the snow mammoth gets (a ton) and very few L.A. residents choose it over mammoth, so it's usually uncrowded. I live near Fresno and ride Sierra Summit a lot, too.
03-24-2010 11:45 AM
Yates I live in Fresno, Sierra Summit is where I go to ride most of the time. It's close by, and this is my first season so I'm still learning. It's a fun place, I always enjoy myself when I go.
03-23-2010 09:55 PM
carsbybigd It depends on what you like to do.So Cal terrain is ok,Mammoth/June better,Tahoe probably the best[Lots to choose from ].Bear/Summit..good park type stuff,Snow Valley a little closer[not sure about them as I haven't been there in a while].Baldy...last to get it,1st to lose it,but when it's on it has steep/great terrain.Mt High,lots of terrain and freeway close + night boarding ,I went to Mt Waterman[only 3 lifts] last week.Hadn't been since the early 90's.Great terrain,long drive to get there because of the fires,but worth it. Sierra Summit[near Fresno]haven't been to in a while but I remember it as fun.
03-21-2010 01:17 AM
lownrangr
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Originally Posted by SMDSkata View Post
Lmfao look at those Pine Knob tickets behind the rest.
haha, good eye. Those were from the previous week.
03-20-2010 04:25 PM
SMDSkata Lmfao look at those Pine Knob tickets behind the rest.
03-17-2010 06:47 PM
mrpez me too. i think if you buy it between August 31 - october the price is $299, then it goes up to $599 when season starts.
03-17-2010 03:38 PM
mAd mOrdigan yeah im pretty sure i'll be picking up a season pass to mt high next year.
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