Mammoth Lakes is a great destination

Located in east-central California is the Mammoth Lakes area. Not far from Yosemite National Park, you will find this amazing ski resort area that is known worldwide. There are other cool places to visit around Mammoth Lakes, too, including Devils Postpile National Monument, Rock Creek Canyon, Crowley Lake, June Lake, Mono Lake, Bodie State Historic Park, and others. With so many things to do in and around Mammoth Lakes you will have a vacation of a lifetime!
Some of the things you can enjoy in the Mammoth Lakes are includes skiing and snow sports during the winter months. During the spring months, there are many things to do as well. These include kayaking, boating, mountain biking, hiking, backpacking, climbing, fishing, swimming, golfing, tennis, and even hot air balloon rides! You may also enjoy things like shopping, museums, movies, art galleries, and live music.
It does not matter if you are a summer or winter person because there are so many different activities in the Mammoth Lakes area that there is something for everyone. Just choose your favorite time of year and make your reservations early.
You will see what a special place Mammoth Lakes holds in history as well as geography. Mammoth Lakes is located in Mono County along the Eastern Sierra Nevada mountain range. It is only a little more than 300 miles from Los Angeles and San Francisco. It is only a little more than 150 miles from Reno, Nevada.
You can get to Mammoth Lakes from US Highway 395 from the north as well as the south. If you are traveling from the east or west then you can access Mammoth Lakes from Interstate 80 and Highway 50. If you are traveling during the summer then you can use State Highway 120 and 108. Go ahead and make plans this summer or winter to visit Mammoth Lakes and indulge your sense of adventure.

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Winter Activities at Mammoth Lakes

Skiing & Riding The recipe for the vacation of a lifetime? Take 3,500 acres of terrain for all ability levels. Add 400″+ of annual snowfall. Baste with 300+ days of California sun. Enjoy. Serves an army of fun hogs. Cross Country Skiing Want an unforgettable winter experience?  Escape to the serene, tree-lined trails of Mammoth’s scenic Lakes Basin and enjoy 19 miles of freshly groomed skating, classic and snowshoe trails for all abilities. In the tranquility of the backcountry, only the sound of winter birds… read more

Books and Maps

This page lists some books and maps that may be useful to visitors to the Mammoth Lakes area. You can use this page to order them, or you can order some or all of them from the nonprofit Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association by calling 760.924.5500. Explorer’s Guide Yosemite & the Southern Sierra Nevada: Includes Mammoth Lakes, Sequoia,  Kings Canyon & Death Valley, by David T. Page (Countryman Press, 2011, ISBN 1581571402) Moon Spotlight Yosemite and Mammoth Lakes Camping and Hiking, by Stephani Stienstra, Ann Marie… read more

Mammoth Lakes Restaurants

Mammoth Lakes has some superior restaurants, take-outs, and fine dining options for any palate and budget. This article looks at some of the highly recommended Mammoth Lakes dining options.
• The Restaurant at Convict Lake serves Continental cuisine and great for special occasions and dining options are Dinners and good for Late night. It is located at 2000 Convict Lake Road, Mammoth Lakes.
• Toomey’s with its American cuisine is located at 6085 minaret road, Mammoth Lakes.
• Petras Wine bar and Bistro is great for special occasions, business meetings and romance and dining options are dinners. They are located at 6080 Minaret road, Alpenhof Lodge, Mammoth lakes.
• The Lakefront restaurant serves American cuisine and good for dinners and late nights. They are located at Twin Lakes road, Lake Mary rd. Mammoth lakes.
• Roberto’s Mexican café at 271 Old Mammoth Rd, Mammoth lakes serves Mexican cuisine and great for lunches and dinners. It is a great budget restaurant and children are welcome.
• Mogul Restaurant serves excellent fish and steaks and only takes reservations. They are located at 1528 Tavern road, off old Mammoth Rd, Mammoth lakes.
• Slocums Grill & Bar is a magical American Bar scene Restaurant and great for dinners and late night. This restaurant is very well priced and good for those on a budget and located at 3221 main St, mammoth lakes.
• Breakfast Club serves American cuisine and great for breakfasts, lunches and early dinners. They are located at 2987 Main st, Mammoth Lakes.
• The Pita Pit serves Mediterranean cuisine and well priced. They are located at 6201 Minaret RD, Suite 149, Mammoth Lakes.
• Whitebark Restaurant, Bar & lounge serves Contemporary cuisine and dining options include, breakfast, brunch and great for late night. They are located at 50 Hillside drive, Westin Hotel, Mammoth Lakes.
• CJ’s grill serves American cuisine and great for budget conscious people. They are located at 343 Old Mammoth rd, Mammoth Lakes.
• Giovanni’s with its Italian cuisine is great for families with children and large groups. Their dining options include lunches and dinners as well as delivery. This well priced restaurant is located at Old Mammoth Rd & Meridian, Vons Center, Mammoth Lakes.

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Winter Activities at Mammoth Lakes

Skiing & Riding The recipe for the vacation of a lifetime? Take 3,500 acres of terrain for all ability levels. Add 400″+ of annual snowfall. Baste with 300+ days of California sun. Enjoy. Serves an army of fun hogs. Cross Country Skiing Want an unforgettable winter experience?  Escape to the serene, tree-lined trails of Mammoth’s scenic Lakes Basin and enjoy 19 miles of freshly groomed skating, classic and snowshoe trails for all abilities. In the tranquility of the backcountry, only the sound of winter birds… read more

Books and Maps

This page lists some books and maps that may be useful to visitors to the Mammoth Lakes area. You can use this page to order them, or you can order some or all of them from the nonprofit Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association by calling 760.924.5500. Explorer’s Guide Yosemite & the Southern Sierra Nevada: Includes Mammoth Lakes, Sequoia,  Kings Canyon & Death Valley, by David T. Page (Countryman Press, 2011, ISBN 1581571402) Moon Spotlight Yosemite and Mammoth Lakes Camping and Hiking, by Stephani Stienstra, Ann Marie… read more

Mammoth Lakes Attractions

Mammoth Lakes offer many popular attractions, activities, shopping, resorts and more for tourists and locals. Listed here are a few of the many recommended attractions in Mammoth Lakes:
• Mammoth Mountain with its majestic beauty is great for snowboarding, skiing as well as fishing
• Convict Lake is great for fishing of rainbow trout with amazing views of clear, blue water against the backdrop of the magnificent mountain. Great hiking trails as well as easy drives around the lake.
• Devil’s Postpile National Monument is a comfortable hike with fascinating rock formation and a magnificent lava lake and beautiful views across river meadows and the valley.
• Lake Mary is great for fishing and picnicking by the water and even wild brown bears may surprise you with a visit to drink water. A beautiful and peaceful place apart form the fact that it is crawling with anglers during the fishing season.
• Obsidian Dome is near June Lakes in Mono Country and highly recommended as outstanding geologic formations that is too awesome to describe. It is a natural dome created from lava that solidified into black glass.
• Edison theatre is the Mammoth Lakes Repertory theatre and quality productions entertain visitors all year round in a magnificent setting and atmosphere.
• Hot Creek fish Hatchery is the entry point for millions of trout eggs and one of California’s main fishing hatcheries with great scenery and especially kids enjoy this adventure of seeing the different stages of fish growth and development.
• Crowley Lake is a man-made lake stocked with different types of trout and a prime fishing spot.
• Kamikaze is a hard downhill mountain bike trail in the mammoth lake Bike Park, which is described as difficult and not for the faint-hearted.
• Mammoth crest trail is one of the favorite hikes in mammoth lakes and approximately 9 miles. Great vistas of the High Sierra are visible from the top with magnificent scenery along the way.

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Books and Maps

This page lists some books and maps that may be useful to visitors to the Mammoth Lakes area. You can use this page to order them, or you can order some or all of them from the nonprofit Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association by calling 760.924.5500. Explorer’s Guide Yosemite & the Southern Sierra Nevada: Includes Mammoth Lakes, Sequoia,  Kings Canyon & Death Valley, by David T. Page (Countryman Press, 2011, ISBN 1581571402) Moon Spotlight Yosemite and Mammoth Lakes Camping and Hiking, by Stephani Stienstra, Ann Marie… read more

Mammoth Lakes Accommodation

Mammoth Lakes are extremely popular tourist destinations, thus the reason for the abundance of accommodation available. This article takes a look at some of the top spots to stay during a visit to Mammoth Lakes.
Westin Monache Resort Mammoth is a luxurious hotel in a mountain town and the most amazing views makes for a great experience.
Alpenhof Lodge is only a two star accommodation in Mammoth Lakes, but rated very highly by all for its great location, great food and excellent service.
Mammoth Creek Inn is a quaint setting in a high priced resort with magnificent views if you are lucky to find a front-facing room with the natural forest in front.
The Village Lodge is in a quiet area with spectacular views of the Lake and awesome service and great food.
Best western Plus High Sierra hotel is perfectly situated, great service, divine food and highly recommended by all.
The Sierra Nevada Resort with the most awesome interior, great location, service and super food. Great rates make it a popular choice for repeat visitors to Mammoth Lakes.
Juniper Springs resort is an excellent choice for skiers as the ideal location. Beautiful hotel with great food and service.
Sierra Lodge is very budget friendly, clean, good service and good food. Great for families and location is good.
Mammoth Mountain Inn is quite expensive, but for the service, rooms and food it is worth every penny. Not only is it rated as one of the hotels with the best locations, but also awesome for skiers. Truly a magnificent location and spectacular views from all the rooms.
Silver Bear Condos are highly recommended for great service and great spacious condos with all utilities and amenities. It is nicely located within walking distance to town and budget friendly.
Pine Cliff Resort is located in a friendly neighborhood, pet-friendly and great cabins with all amenities and utilities necessary. Excellent value for money and longer stays.

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Books and Maps

This page lists some books and maps that may be useful to visitors to the Mammoth Lakes area. You can use this page to order them, or you can order some or all of them from the nonprofit Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association by calling 760.924.5500. Explorer’s Guide Yosemite & the Southern Sierra Nevada: Includes Mammoth Lakes, Sequoia,  Kings Canyon & Death Valley, by David T. Page (Countryman Press, 2011, ISBN 1581571402) Moon Spotlight Yosemite and Mammoth Lakes Camping and Hiking, by Stephani Stienstra, Ann Marie… read more

Mammoth Lakes Adventure Trails

Mammoth Lakes have some of the most amazing walking tours for adventure seeker. Some of the top and highly recommended tours include the following:
Mono Lake Tufa State Natural Reserve – It is a very easy walking trail with a length of only one mile which you can do in less than one hour. You will experience unique sights of Mono Lake which are incredibly picturesque and breath-taking. Points of interest during this trail are the South Tufa Grove Trailhead, South Tufa Grove, Tufa Grove Junction, Navy Beach and Mono Basin Scenic Area Visitor Centre.
The Thousand Island Lake – is regarded as a very strenuous 27 miles walking trail with some hiking involved. The duration of the walk is up to 4 days long and only experienced back packer are recommended to take this hike. Hikers will travel through the Ansel Adams Wilderness and along Pacific Crest towards Thousand Island Lake and the day hikes from there is focused around Banner Peak. Panoramic views are in abundance in the trail with views of Lake Catherine, Thousand Island Lake and Garnet Lake.
Laurel Lakes 4×4 Trail – is a family friendly trail with moderate difficulty and duration of 3 hours and a distance of 4.5 miles. Breathtaking scenery is guaranteed with this trail and hikers will climb up towards crystal-clear and secluded mountain lakes and fishing there for golden and brown trout. This trail is open to ATV’s, hikers, bikers and dirt bikes and recommended as one of the ultimate experiences of Mammoth Lakes.
Mammoth Mountain – Twin Lakes Trail – this trail has a distance of 5.7 miles and is a one day trail and reviewed to be quite strenuous. The trail’s starting point is at the Twin Lakes camping grounds with great view points, including seven Lakes view point and past the bottomless pit.

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Books and Maps

This page lists some books and maps that may be useful to visitors to the Mammoth Lakes area. You can use this page to order them, or you can order some or all of them from the nonprofit Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association by calling 760.924.5500. Explorer’s Guide Yosemite & the Southern Sierra Nevada: Includes Mammoth Lakes, Sequoia,  Kings Canyon & Death Valley, by David T. Page (Countryman Press, 2011, ISBN 1581571402) Moon Spotlight Yosemite and Mammoth Lakes Camping and Hiking, by Stephani Stienstra, Ann Marie… read more

Winter Activities at Mammoth Lakes

Skiing & Riding

The recipe for the vacation of a lifetime? Take 3,500 acres of terrain for all ability levels. Add 400″+ of annual snowfall. Baste with 300+ days of California sun. Enjoy. Serves an army of fun hogs.

Cross Country Skiing

Want an unforgettable winter experience?  Escape to the serene, tree-lined trails of Mammoth’s scenic Lakes Basin and enjoy 19 miles of freshly groomed skating, classic and snowshoe trails for all abilities. In the tranquility of the backcountry, only the sound of winter birds and your own locomotion fills your ears as the bustle of town dissolves.

Snowmobiles

Get off the beaten with Mammoth Snowmobile Adventures, the perfect outfitter for first-timers and seasoned experts. Experienced guides and top-of-the-line equipment grant you access to Mammoth’s epic backcountry, including thousands of acres of trails, pristine snow, endless meadows, historic landmarks and lush pine forests.

Snowcat Tours
Take a ride in a luxury snowcat for the most unique dining experiences in the Eastern Sierra.. With three different tours to choose from—options range from outdoor picnic tables draped with white tablecloths to a contemporary and cozy private restaurant featuring a panoramic view of the mountains from a perch of 9,600 feet.

Scenic Gondola
Hop on the Panorama gondola and in 14 minutes you’ll be on the highest lift-serviced peak in California. From 11,053 feet, you can see for 400 miles in every direction on a clear day.

Pipes and Parks
Our Unbound parks won editor’s choice in Outside magazine and with eight parks and three half pipes, there’s riding for all ability levels.

Ski & Snowboard School
Take a private our group class with our great instructors and you’ll learn more than you ever thought possible. Because the only thing that’s more fun than skiing and riding is improving your skiing and riding.

Other Winter Fun
From dog sled rides and ice skating to snowtubing, mountain tours and even miniature golf, there’s plenty to do when the lifts stop turning!

For more information, please visit: mammothmountain.com

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Skiing & Riding The recipe for the vacation of a lifetime? Take 3,500 acres of terrain for all ability levels. Add 400″+ of annual snowfall. Baste with 300+ days of California sun. Enjoy. Serves an army of fun hogs. Cross Country Skiing Want an unforgettable winter experience?  Escape to the serene, tree-lined trails of Mammoth’s scenic Lakes Basin and enjoy 19 miles of freshly groomed skating, classic and snowshoe trails for all abilities. In the tranquility of the backcountry, only the sound of winter birds… read more

Books and Maps

This page lists some books and maps that may be useful to visitors to the Mammoth Lakes area. You can use this page to order them, or you can order some or all of them from the nonprofit Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association by calling 760.924.5500. Explorer’s Guide Yosemite & the Southern Sierra Nevada: Includes Mammoth Lakes, Sequoia,  Kings Canyon & Death Valley, by David T. Page (Countryman Press, 2011, ISBN 1581571402) Moon Spotlight Yosemite and Mammoth Lakes Camping and Hiking, by Stephani Stienstra, Ann Marie… read more

Books and Maps

This page lists some books and maps that may be useful to visitors to the Mammoth Lakes area. You can use this page to order them, or you can order some or all of them from the nonprofit Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association by calling 760.924.5500.

Explorer’s Guide Yosemite & the Southern Sierra Nevada: Includes Mammoth Lakes, Sequoia,  Kings Canyon & Death Valley, by David T. Page (Countryman Press, 2011, ISBN 1581571402)

Moon Spotlight Yosemite and Mammoth Lakes Camping and Hiking, by Stephani Stienstra, Ann Marie Brown, Tom Stienstra (Avalon Travel Publishing, 2009, ISBN 1598802771)

Explorer’s Guide Yosemite and the Southern Sierra Nevada: A Complete Guide, Including Sequoia and Kings Canyon, Death Valley and Mammoth Lakes, by David T. Page (Countryman Press, 2008, ISBN 1581570775)

California’s Eastern Sierra: A Visitor’s Guide, by Sue Irwin (Cachuma Press, 1992, ISBN 0962850500)

Sierra East: Edge of the Great Basin, by Diana Tomback (Author), Ann Howald (Author), Mary Hill (Author), Harold Klieforth (Author), Genny Smith (Editor) (University of California Press, 2003, ISBN 0520239148)

Exploring the Eastern Sierra, by Mark A. Schlenz (Companion Press, 2003, ISBN 0944197744)

Mountain Biking the Eastern Sierra’s Best 100 Trails, by Reanne Hemmingway-Douglass, Mark Davis, and Don Douglass (FineEdge.Com LLC, 1996, ISBN 0938665421)

Mountain Biking Mammoth: Mountain Bike Trails of Mammoth Mountain, Bishop, June Lake, & Beyond, by David Diller and Allison Diller (Extremeline Productions, 2005, ISBN 0972336117)

Mammoth from the Inside: The Honest Guide to Mammoth & the Eastern Sierra, by Colleen Dunn Bates (Prospect Park Publishing, 2004, ISBN 0975393901)

For more information, please visit: jrabold.net

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Books and Maps

This page lists some books and maps that may be useful to visitors to the Mammoth Lakes area. You can use this page to order them, or you can order some or all of them from the nonprofit Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association by calling 760.924.5500. Explorer’s Guide Yosemite & the Southern Sierra Nevada: Includes Mammoth Lakes, Sequoia,  Kings Canyon & Death Valley, by David T. Page (Countryman Press, 2011, ISBN 1581571402) Moon Spotlight Yosemite and Mammoth Lakes Camping and Hiking, by Stephani Stienstra, Ann Marie… read more

Mammoth Lakes, California

Mammoth Lakes is a town in Mono County, California, the county’s only incorporated community. It is located 9 miles (14 km) northwest of Mount Morrison, at an elevation of 7,880 feet (2,400 m).The population was 8,234 at the 2010 census, up from 7,093 at the 2000 census.

Geography
According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 25.3 square miles (66 km2), of which 24.9 sq mi (64 km2) are land, and 0.4 sq mi (1.0 km2) (1.74%) water.
Mammoth Lakes resides on the edge of the Long Valley Caldera. The area around the town is geologically active, with hot springs and rhyolite domes that are less than 1000 years old.

Visitors can take State Route 203 from the town of Mammoth Lakes to the Mammoth Mountain Ski Area, over Minaret Summit, then down to Devil’s Postpile National Monument, with access to the Ansel Adams Wilderness.
The area has natural hot springs which are sometimes used after skiing. Other features include lakes, a soda springs, and an obsidian dome. Mammoth Lakes is north of the Owens Valley, a scenic area with extensive hiking opportunities.
The town is surrounded by mountains: on the west, Mammoth Mountain looms over the town, while to the south, the Sherwin Range dominates the view. This hilly terrain and the high altitude makes the area great for high-altitude athletic training.

History
The European history of Mammoth Lakes started in 1877, when four prospectors staked a claim on Mineral Hill, south of the current town, along Old Mammoth Road. In 1878, the Mammoth Mining Company was organized to mine Mineral Hill, which caused a gold rush. By the end of 1878, 1500 people settled in the mining camp called Mammoth City. By 1880, the company had shut down, and by 1888, the population declined to less than 10 people. By the early 1900s, the town of Mammoth was informally established near Mammoth Creek. The economics of the original town was based on logging and tourism.

The first post office at Mammoth Lakes opened in 1923.
In 2004, the Mammoth Ski Museum opened in town. The museum features many vintage artifacts, photographs, and posters. A movie documenting the life of the founder of the ski resort (Dave McCoy) and those of early famous skiers in the area is shown. In 2010, photographs taken by Dave McCoy were featured in an exhibit at the museum.

Demographics
The 2010 United States Census[8] reported that Mammoth Lakes had a population of 8,234. The population density was 325.4 people per square mile (125.6/km²). The racial makeup of Mammoth Lakes was 6,643 (80.7%) White, 29 (0.4%) African American, 49 (0.6%) Native American, 128 (1.6%) Asian, 5 (0.1%) Pacific Islander, 1,151 (14.0%) from other races, and 229 (2.8%) from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 2,772 persons (33.7%).
The Census reported that 8,076 people (98.1% of the population) lived in households, 158 (1.9%) lived in non-institutionalized group quarters, and 0 (0%) were institutionalized.

There were 3,229 households, out of which 942 (29.2%) had children under the age of 18 living in them, 1,401 (43.4%) were opposite-sex married couples living together, 177 (5.5%) had a female householder with no husband present, 144 (4.5%) had a male householder with no wife present. There were 293 (9.1%) unmarried opposite-sex partnerships, and 13 (0.4%) same-sex married couples or partnerships. 899 households (27.8%) were made up of individuals and 153 (4.7%) had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.50. There were 1,722 families (53.3% of all households); the average family size was 3.14.

The population was spread out with 1,719 people (20.9%) under the age of 18, 1,050 people (12.8%) aged 18 to 24, 2,833 people (34.4%) aged 25 to 44, 2,100 people (25.5%) aged 45 to 64, and 532 people (6.5%) who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 32.6 years. For every 100 females there were 121.4 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 127.0 males.

There were 9,626 housing units at an average density of 380.4 per square mile (146.9/km²), of which 1,502 (46.5%) were owner-occupied, and 1,727 (53.5%) were occupied by renters. The homeowner vacancy rate was 3.4%; the rental vacancy rate was 33.6%. 3,464 people (42.1% of the population) lived in owner-occupied housing units and 4,612 people (56.0%) lived in rental housing units.

courtesy: wikipedia.org

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Books and Maps

This page lists some books and maps that may be useful to visitors to the Mammoth Lakes area. You can use this page to order them, or you can order some or all of them from the nonprofit Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association by calling 760.924.5500. Explorer’s Guide Yosemite & the Southern Sierra Nevada: Includes Mammoth Lakes, Sequoia,  Kings Canyon & Death Valley, by David T. Page (Countryman Press, 2011, ISBN 1581571402) Moon Spotlight Yosemite and Mammoth Lakes Camping and Hiking, by Stephani Stienstra, Ann Marie… read more
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