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Bill Sauser fixedSnowmobiling is one of the most exciting ways to experience the great outdoors in winter.

Snowmobiling can be a fun and exciting recreation for people of all ages.

With access to the 80 miles of groomed snowmobile trails and 75,000 acres of open expanse, the Eastern Sierra delivers some of the best snowmobiling in the West. With an average annual snowfall of nearly 30+ feet, it's no wonder that people from all over come to experience snowmobiling at its best, with varying terrain that makes for exciting riding and spectacular scenery.

Snomobiling webVast wooded forest, beautiful meadows, frozen rivers and lakes and rugged mountain peaks all provide an endless horizon of untracked powder making for an outstanding adventure! The Eastern Sierra vistas afford breathtaking views not found in other places. Some of the most popular places to ride are Lookout Mountain, Inyo Craters and Bald Mountain. You're free to explore on your own, in a group, or with a friendly experienced guide. Don't forget to bring your camera. Gas, food and lodging are available in the town of Mammoth Lakes.

Watch the Mammoth Lakes video
 to learn where to "Glide" and "Ride" in Mammoth Lakes.

Check out the snowmobile experiences Mammoth Lakes has to offer.

Snowmobile Rentals and Operators:

Bishop Motosports - 760-872-4717 
DJ's Snowmobile Adventures - 760-935-4480
Mammoth Snowmobile Adventures - 760-934-9645

Snowmobiling 2Snowmobile Safety Tips:

* Do not travel alone
* Let someone know where you are going and when you will return.
* Check with local officials for avalanche warnings.
* Be prepared for the unexpected. 
* Wear adequate winter clothing, protective goggles and sunscreen.
* Watch the weather, winter storms can come in very fast.
* Do not drink and drive!

For the Mammoth Lakes area, current conditions are recorded at the Eastern Sierra Avalanche Center at 760-924-5510.