Mammoth Mountain Hemlocks

Skiing Hemlocks hike-able terrain

Mammoth Mountain Hemlocks logo


Search this site:

Virtual Tours:

Avi Chute II

Phillipe's Chute

Hole in the Wall

Hemlocks Hike

Mammoth Village

Skiing Trees POV Video:

Mammoth Upper Terrain Video:

Video Tour of Hole In The Wall:

Mammoth Mascot:
Woolly, the Mammoth Mountain mascot

Hemlocks Description:

The Hemlocks are a region of terrain at Mammoth Mountain accessible only by a hike from the top of Chair 14. It is rated as a double black diamond due to the steepness of the terrain. It is also a remote area of the mountain requiring a number of lifts and traverses to get there. This also means that the Hemlocks are the last area of the mountain to preserve fresh tracks.

Mammoth Mountain Hemlocks Trail map of the backside

Trail map of the backside of the mountain showing the hike to Hemlocks

Hiking to Hemlocks:
Mammoth Mountain Hemlocks signs

Signs to Hemlocks point you the way from the top of Chair 14

Mammoth Mountain top of Santiago Bowl

The trail begins with the blue runs "Road Runner" and "Santiago" past the first half of "Santiago Bowl"

Mammoth Mountain Hemlocks hike

Going past the second half of "Santiago Bowl" requires an uphill hike

Mammoth Mountain peak of Hemlocks

The hike ends at the peak of Hemlocks. Now it is a matter of choosing your line down

Skiing Hemlocks:
Mammoth Mountain Hemlocks: view down

A view down Hemlocks: a mix of open terrain and trees

Mammoth Mountain Hemlocks: view down

A view on Hemlocks: a view down to "The Outpost" warming hut (and food)

Mammoth Mountain Hemlocks: view up

A view on Hemlocks: a view up through the trees

Panoramic Virtual Tour of the Hemlocks hike
(Three linked panoramic images - best viewed in full screen mode)


Also see the review of Mammoth Mountain

comments powered by Disqus
Print Page
Bookmark and Share


 Discount ski lift tickets



Discount Ski Equipment