Mammoth Plots New Future for June

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SAM Magazine—June Lake, Calif., April 25, 2013—June Mountain is set to reopen next December after a year in mothballs. The resort will continue to target families and entry-level skiers and snowboarders, with tentative plans for lift and snowmaking upgrades down the road.

 “Next winter we look forward to bringing skiers and snowboarders a great on-mountain experience while also planning for June’s future, including the possibility of a new lift and enhanced snowmaking,” June Mountain general manager Carl Williams said in a release.

CEO Rusty Gregory of Mammoth Mountain, which owns June, told attendees at the national meeting of the North American Snowsports Journalists’ Association (NASJA) that the company will invest $6 million in a new chairlift for June once the necessary permits are acquired.

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