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by Max Whittaker

A snowboarder in canvas street shoes walks through Mammoth Lakes, California, in early February. Famous for its heavy snowfalls and home of Mammoth Mountain, a perennial favorite for Southern California skiers and snowboarders, the town is, like the rest of the ski industry, at the mercy of an increasingly unpredictable climate.

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