The Eastern Sierras are famous for their Lodgepole Pines and Mammoth Lakes is no exception. Honoring this legacy is Lodgepole, which provides fun, intermediate steeps primarily off of Chair 12.

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The Eastern Sierras are famous for their Lodgepole Pines and Mammoth Lakes is no exception.

Honoring this legacy is Lodgepole, which provides fun, intermediate steeps primarily off of Chair 12.

Relatively steep for an intermediate, Lodgepole, like it’s neighbor Bristlecone combines on-piste and off-piste options to keep things fair or make things interesting.

Shadowed in afternoons beware of ice beyond the reach of the suns rays.

The runout of Lodgepole will link with either Ponderosa or Comin’ Through before connecting to the base of Chair 12.