Juniper Springs Resort, Mammoth Mountain

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Location - where is Juniper Springs Resort

For those looking for a quieter location, the Juniper Springs Lodge is perfect. Situated in the Eagle Lodge part of the resort, these fully equipped condominiums have an enviable ski in ski out location, right next to the Eagle Express chairlift allowing access to the whole of Mammoths ski area, all 3500 acres of it! Guests wishing to explore the lively town of Mammoth can jump on the free shuttle bus that will go direct to all the shops, bars and restaurants.

Overview - hotel description - Juniper Springs Resort description

The condos and town homes of Juniper Springs Resort are a great alpine getaway offering a high standard of accommodation at reasonable prices, ideal for families or large groups. Surrounded by views of Mammoth Mountain and picturesque woodland, guests can enjoy the added luxury of 6 hot tub spas, two heated pools, and 2 on site restaurants. Reception is 24 hours and there is also a ski rental shop on site.

Facilities - Juniper Springs Resort features

  • All Rooms en suite: Yes
  • Close to Town Centre: Yes
  • Games or Weights Room: Yes
  • Hot tub: Yes
  • Open Fire: Yes
  • Piste/Lift: Slope side location
  • Swimming Pool: Yes
  • Town centre: Located in Eagle Lodge area of resort.

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

Spacious 1 and 2 Bedroom Condominiums are available with full kitchen facilities and balconies which allow you to take full advantage of the amazing views.

Meals - food and drink in Juniper Springs Resort

We update Juniper Springs Resort's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.

Resort - about Mammoth Mountain - about holidays in Mammoth Mountain - about ski holidays in Mammoth Mountain - about ski holidays in Mammoth Mountain United States

Snow Sure Awesome terrain parks

Mighty in more than just name, Mammoth Mountain with its volcanic peaks holds onto to its olde-worlde charm, while being one of the largest ski areas and biggest boarding scenes in the US.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Snowboarding Experts Families

Mammoth Mountain webcam

Snow Report: Top 99cm, Bottom 99cm

Snow Forecast: 13cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth cm

Mammoth Mountain trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Mammoth Yosemite Airport (MMH)12.5km, 30 mins
Region:California, USA
First opened:1953

Mammoth Mountain lift pass price last reported as $79 -131 (adult per day). Ask for a quote when booking Juniper Springs Resort.
Night skiing: No
Mammoth Mountain has facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing November - June.

Town altitude: 2424m
Top of slopes: 3369m/11,053 feet
Bottom of piste: 2424m
Vertical drop: 3100 feet
Total length of trails:3500 acres
Longest piste:3 miles
On the Eastern edge of the Sierra Nevada - the loftiest and longest mountain range in the US - Mammoth mountain manages to stand out. Unlike its granite neighbours, it’s part of the Long Caldera “super” volcano and burst to its 11,000ft height in an eruption some 57,000 years ago. But not to worry, experts assure us that that was also the date of the last ever eruption. All that magma has had little effect on the snow. The ski resort’s founder, a pioneering fellow by the name of McCoy, hand-picked Mammot...
“Find your Mammoth” is something of a local motto because there’s such a variety of terrain on offer that no-one’s “Mammoth”’s the same. Whether you like treeless, panoramic peaks, Alpine bowls, or perfect gladed groomers, there’s all sorts here, with a pretty even split in run difficulty levels to match – which the resort divides helpfully into 6 colour categories, rather than the usual 4 (adding in green-black and blue-black). While the variety of base stations might first intimidate beginners, a...
Like its runs, Mammoth’s bars and restaurants are varied as they are interesting, with over 50 in Mammoth Lakes alone. Grab a copy of the resort’s restaurant guide to read up on the range, which caters for vegan, gluten-free and the whole gamut of clientele. Recent additions to Mammoth Lakes include gastro-pub, Mammoth Tavern, where it’s said the oysters rival those in LA. Up in the Village, strong contenders include the Mountainside Grill and the Rei Sushi bar – another LA influence, to be sure. Never fear ...

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