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Scenic Wonders near Mammoth Lakes Mammoth Lakes is the gateway to the Sierra’s natural wonders. Mammoth Lakes is an unparalleled natural wonderland. Yosemite National Park, Devils Postpile and Rainbow Falls National Monument, Mono Lake, Bodie State Historic Park, Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest, Mt. Whitney and the Mammoth Lakes Basin are all-day trips…

About MLT

How Mammoth Lakes Tourism Drives Visitation To keep Mammoth Lakes top of mind on a global level, Mammoth Lakes Tourism invests valuable marketing funds into the marketplace to promote the area. This money is then infused back into the Mammoth Lakes community through visitor spending. Research completed in 2016 shows that…

Adventures with Your Best Friend: Hiking With Dogs in Mammoth Lakes

The Eastern Sierra is a dog’s paradise—natural lakes, wide-open trails and plenty of woodsy smells. Whether you’re looking for an easy paved walk or a stunning mountain trek, there are plenty of options you and your pooch will love. Here are some tips from Scott Quirsfeld from the Eastside K9 Avalanche Rescue for hiking with your dog.

Driving to Mammoth Lakes from Southern California

Located in the heart of the breathtaking Sierra Nevada Mountains, scenic Mammoth Lakes is only a drive away from the hustle and bustle of Los Angeles and Southern California. When driving to Mammoth Lakes, the scenic drive through the desert and up Hwy. 395 is part of the experience. Scroll down…

Driving to Mammoth Lakes from Northern California

With so many ways to get to Mammoth Lakes from San Francisco and other parts of Northern California, there is no excuse for not visiting this amazing destination. From the dizzying heights of California’s highest ski resort at 11,053 feet in elevation to the area’s vast expanses of pristine wilderness,…

Toasting Twin Lakes

Twin Lakes is nestled at the base of the famous slopes of Mammoth Mountain. The lakes are fed from a waterfall, and after pausing to make up the Twin Lakes, the water then tumbles down to become Mammoth Creek.

Fishing the Mammoth Lakes Basin

It’s tough to find a more scenic or accessible place to fish than the Mammoth Lakes Basin. A handful of well-stocked lakes are a short drive from town, and are even accessible via the bike path and free shuttle. No matter how you get there, any angler will enjoy casting around and exploring…

Sightseeing in Mammoth Lakes

Discover the incredible natural beauty of the Mammoth Lakes area during your visit. From unbelievable rock formations to stunning alpine lakes and national parks to ghost towns, you’ll find a little something for everyone during your trip. Here are a few must-see places around the area. Devils Postpile National Monument The formation…

Family-Friendly Snowshoeing in Mammoth Lakes

Snowshoeing is winter’s version of hiking and is something the oldest to youngest members of your family can enjoy. If you aren’t on the slopes skiing or snowboarding, grab a pair of snowshoes and enjoy the miles of trails available throughout Mammoth Lakes. Family-Friendly Snowshoeing at Minaret Vista Snowshoe to…

Traveling from Reno to Mammoth Lakes

Located less than three hours from the city of Reno, Nevada, Mammoth Lakes is the gateway to outdoor recreation and adventure in the heart of eastern California’s legendary Sierra Nevada Mountains. With such a short distance separating Mammoth Lakes from the Reno area, a visit to this amazing destination is…