June Mountain set to open for 2013/14 season

(Press Release)

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June Lake, Calif. — June Mountain is pleased to announce it will re-open with full winter operations for the 2013-14 season. Following a one-year closing, June’s lifts are slated to welcome skiers and snowboarders mid-December 2013, while reservations for summer 2013 group functions are now being accepted.

“We couldn’t be more pleased to announce that June Mountain will be back in operation for the 2013-14 season,” said Carl Williams, general manager of June Mountain. “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 leadership will continue to focus on creating a guest experience well suited to families and entry-level skiers and snowboarders. A long-term strategic plan has yet to be finalized, but will be announced when completed.

As in the past, Mammoth Mountain MVP season pass holders for 2013-14 will also have free access to June Mountain.

More info at junemountain.com.

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