Where to Find Fall Colors in Mammoth Lakes This Week

Sep 23, 2022

Updated September 22, 2022

From the beginning of fall until the first snow (typically sometime after Labor Day until mid-to-late October) Mammoth Lakes visitors are on the lookout for the best fall colors in the Eastern Sierra. If you’re planning a leaf-peeping trip in the region, this resource will help you know where to go for the best fall color while you’re here.

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Where to Find Fall Colors Near Mammoth Lakes

Updated September 22, 2022

It’s the perfect time to plan your trip to enjoy fall colors in the Eastern Sierra. If you’re headed to Mammoth Lakes, scroll down for more information on how to make the most out of your leaf-peeping adventure!

Things are just starting to get going at the higher elevations and we will keep you updated here every week. Make sure you sign up for our newsletter above.

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Fall Colors North of Mammoth Lakes

LUNDY CANYON

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JUNE LAKE LOOP

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VIRGINIA LAKES

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CONWAY SUMMIT

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Convict Lake 9/22/22

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Fall Colors South of Mammoth Lakes

CONVICT LAKE

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ROCK CREEK CANYON

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Rock Creek 9/21/22

MCGEE CREEK CANYON

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Dakota Snider

A professional photographer for 10+ years, including four years shooting in Yosemite National Park, Dakota now works as the Sr. Manager of Marketing & Events for Visit Mammoth. When he's not adventuring with a camera in hand, which is rare, Dakota enjoys time spent with friends exploring the Sierra on foot or skis.

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