Nothing Hotter Than Bikiniboarding In JULY

YEW Staff
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After record snowfall (600 inches) this past winter, the 2016/2017 season is plowing along at Mammoth — in fact, the mountain is planning on staying open deep into August.

With plenty of snow and air temperatures hitting the 70s, summer riders (and skiers) are shredding the slopes in their beach best.

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Forget firing up the grill, there’s enough heat at Mammoth this 4th of July weekend.

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No question, THIS is so_cal_livin at its finest.

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God Bless America!

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After a long day of bikiniboarding, nothing more refreshing than a sunset soak in Mammoth Lakes.

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