|Location||Mammoth Lakes, California USA|
|Client||Alterra Mountain Company|
|Master Plan Completed||1997, 2007|
Resort Master Planning
Ski Area Design
Resort Village Design
Mammoth Mountain Ski Area in Mammoth Lakes, California has grown to be one of the largest, most-frequented ski area in the United States. The Ecosign Master Plan, completed in 1997, was implemented in short order with the installation of seven new detachable-grip chairlifts, a new two-section, 8-passenger gondola from the Main Lodge to Mid Chalet and to the Summit and a new 15 passenger gondola from the new North Village to the Canyon Lodge.
In 2004, Mammoth Mountain requested that Ecosign prepare village concepts for the Main Base area and provide staging facilities for approximately 7,500 skiers. Additionally, they wished to have a total of 2,000 pillows of tourist accommodation units located in the Main Base Area, as well as a location for approximately 250 employee beds.
In 2007, Ecosign prepared a Master Development Plan update to guide the development of skiing and year-round recreational facilities at Mammoth to meet the steadily growing need for quality year-round recreational facilities at the resort year round.