The Mammoth Mountain Collection

Introducing our newest collection, celebrating the stunning Mammoth Mountain in the heart of the Sierra Nevada. Our glass embodies the spirit of this iconic peak, a highlight of the Eastern Sierra's skyline. Mammoth Mountain, not just a mountain but an adventure destination, stands tall at 11,053 feet, offering breathtaking views and year round outdoor activities.

Located in the Inyo National Forest, Mammoth Mountain is a lava dome-complex and part of a volcanic range that adds unique geological character to its rugged beauty. This area is a paradise for skiers, snowboarders, hikers, bikers and nature lovers alike. Our Mammoth Mountain Collection brings the majesty of this natural wonder home.

The snow depth on the mountain can be truly astonishing. During the 22/23 winter season, it officially marked their snowiest season on record, boasting over 700 inches at Main Lodge and nearly 900 inches at the summit.

Photos courtesy of Mammoth Lakes Tourism




Mammoth Mountain Ski Area, on the southwest rim of the Long Valley Caldera, is known for its challenging chutes, groomers, mogul runs, and eight iconic terrain parks. Mammoth Mountain is celebrated for having one of the longest ski seasons in North America, often running from November to Memorial Day, and in some cases, even longer.

Every glass gives back through our partnership with One Percent for the Planet. For each Mammoth Mountain glass we sell, we will donate 1% of our sales to the Mono Lake Committee.

The Mono Lake Committee is a non-profit citizens’ group dedicated to protecting and restoring the Mono Basin ecosystem, educating the public about Mono Lake and the impacts on the environment of excessive water use, and promoting cooperative solutions that protect Mono Lake and meet real water needs without transferring environmental problems to other areas.

The Mono Lake Committee was founded in 1978 out of a love for Mono Lake and concern for its future as a unique ecosystem and an important site for migratory and nesting birds. As a grassroots organization they have won landmark protections for Mono Lake and its tributary streams, and continues to work to ensure that legal protections are turned into on the ground restoration of the lake and streams in the face of new and ever-changing water challenges.

The Mammoth Mountain Glass
The Mammoth Mountain Coaster Set
The Mammoth Mountain Set

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