Horseback Riding in Mammoth Lakes

See the Mammoth Lakes and Eastern Sierra backcountry on horseback. If you’re looking for a guided horseback riding experience in Mammoth Lakes, the Mammoth Lakes Pack Outfit offers a variety of trips for people of all skill levels, ages seven and up. What to Expect with Mammoth Lakes Pack Outfit The…

Top Spots for Dog Walking in Mammoth Lakes

Chances are your dog loves to Visit Mammoth as much as you do, if not more. As Fido watches you pack the car with hiking, fishing and bike gear he anxiously waits for his dog bowl and bed to be put in the trunk. With a woof and a wag of the tail, he hops in the car ready for his mountain adventure—it’s Fido’s dogcation. Mammoth truly is a dog paradise. 

Hiking Just Outside of Mammoth Lakes

Mammoth Lakes is surrounded by two million acres of Inyo National Forest with dozens of hiking trails. Trailheads just outside of Mammoth Lakes offer even more opportunities to explore the mountains, lakes, creeks and forest of the Eastern Sierra. These areas are accessible by car or by one of the…

Pet-Friendly Activities in Mammoth Lakes

Want to bring man’s best friend along on your trip? Here are some fun activities to do with your dog in Mammoth Lakes. Winter Activities for Dogs Mammoth Lakes’ winter is a distinct California mountain experience: ample sunshine, plenty of snow and plenty of room for you and your dog to play….

Camping in Mammoth Lakes

Whether you want to pitch a tent with views of an alpine lake or under a forest of Jeffrey Pine, there are plenty of places to camp in Mammoth Lakes. Plan your summer camping trip to Mammoth Lakes in advance, as campgrounds in Mammoth Lakes tend to book early. Campgrounds…

3 Trailheads with Hikes to Amazing Alpine Lakes in the Mammoth Lakes Basin

Pack your camera and take a hike to one of these alpine lakes in the Mammoth Lakes Basin. 

RV Camping in Mammoth Lakes

RV camping in Mammoth Lakes is a great way to enjoy nature with some of the comforts of home with you. Find out everything you need to know about camping in an RV in Mammoth Lakes below.  RV Campsites in Mammoth Lakes RV Campsites with Hook-ups in Mammoth Lakes The Mammoth…

Taxis, Shuttles and Rental Cars in Mammoth Lakes

NOTE: There are no app-based transportation options, such as Uber or Lyft, in Mammoth Lakes at this time. While the free bus system in Mammoth Lakes provides transportation to and from key locations in Mammoth Lakes, including restaurants, shops, Mammoth Mountain lodges in the winter and the Mammoth Lakes Basin in…

Mammoth Lakes Announces New Summer Air Service from San Francisco

Lara Kaylor, Mammoth Lakes Tourism760-934-2712, ext. 1303 or FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Mammoth Lakes Announces New Summer Air Service from San Francisco For the first time, summer air travel to the Eastern Sierra is accessible via the Bay Area Mammoth Lakes, Calif. (March 28, 2022) — Today, Mammoth Lakes Tourism…

About the Crib at Mammoth Lakes

Some would say endurance sports in Mammoth Lakes began with Dave McCoy and that first rope tow on Mammoth Mountain. Today, some of America’s most decorated endurance runners, Olympians and American record holders share the Mammoth Lakes bond. Athletes such as Deena Kastor, Meb Keflezighi and Josh Cox have all spent significant time training in Mammoth Lakes. Drawn in by the beauty of the Eastern Sierra, some of these professional athletes now even call Mammoth Lakes home.

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