Record-Breaking Snow Sets Stage for Mammoth U.S. Grand Prix

Last week, California received record-breaking amounts of snowfall after a 5-day-long blizzard. With between three feet of snow in lower areas and an astonishing 22 feet on the higher peaks, this winter in California is set to be one of the most epic ski years California has ever seen.

Mammoth Mountain resort posted on Twitter that the storm brought their all-time February snowfall up to a new record, beating the previous record-holding 1987. As the Toyota U.S. Grand Prix creeps closer, the massive amount of snow brings a new sense of excitement to the event.

The Gold Pass allows you access to 20 world class resorts in California and 250 resorts around the country, giving you the opportunity to experience the new powder up close and personally. With more California storms on the way, there’s no shortage of fresh snow to be had so be sure to take advantage of the remarkable skiing with the ultimate lift pass.

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The Golden Kid, Red Gerard!

At just 17 years old, Red Gerard claimed his place in history as the youngest snowboarder to win Olympic Gold. He started his journey to gold at age two and hasn’t quit since. Red and his U.S. Ski & Snowboard teammates work together and inspire each other, pushing each other to new heights with the help of supporters like you.

You can help Red and other incredible athletes when you donate to the Gold Pass program. The U.S. Ski & Snowboard Gold Pass is the ultimate transferable lift pass, giving you access to 250 of the best resorts across the United States. By becoming a member of the Gold Pass program, you join the team behind the team and help our athletes become the best in the world.