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June Mountain
California
June Mountain
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Nestled in the high peaks of the Eastern Sierras, June Mountain is packed with fun and excitement for the whole family.

June Mountain's diverse terrain offers slopes for all abilities. There are unmatched steep chutes and bowls for experts, gentle rolling trails for intermediates and wide open runs for beginners. From the top of the mountain, all the trails wind down to the June Meadows Chalet.

June Mountain is a winter playground with 2,590 vertical feet of tree-lined runs. Find your own challenge by riding on any of eight lifts.

The mountain has two summits, and both are serviced by high-speed quad chairs, providing fast access to all trails with terrain for all abilities.

Beginners and intermediates will find June Mountain challenging. Experts will enjoy the steepest terrain on the lower mountain. Everyone will appreciate the relaxed atmosphere and slower pace at June Mountain, where the crowds are considerably smaller and sometimes nonexistent.

The June Meadows Chalet, is the center of activity. There you will find the Information Desk, Ski School Center, cafeteria, sport shop, rental and repair shops, lockers, basket check, Ski Patrol, restrooms and the Antler Bar. All tickets are available at the Chalet.

The June Meadows Chalet serves delicious fresh meals for breakfast and lunch, and the Hutson Haus, located near the base of Chair J7, offers lunch service on weekends and holidays. A "High Sierra Barbecue" on the sundeck of the June Meadows Chalet and at the Hutson Haus is offered every weekend and holiday.

June Lake's Old World village atmosphere nestled in a sheltered canyon will appeal to those wishing to get away from it all and simply relax. The town has a variety of restaurants to choose from, offering a full range of menu items and prices.

June Mountain is just 20 minutes north of Mammoth Lakes on Highway 395.





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