Guided Snowmobile Tours in Mammoth Lakes

Nov 17, 2022

Take a guided snowmobile tour for an exhilarating, scenic trip into the Eastern Sierra backcountry. Snowmobile tours are operated by Mammoth Mountain and run daily from Mammoth Mountain Main Lodge.

Mammoth Mountain Snowmobile Tours

Mammoth Mountain offers three types of tours, weather and snow conditions permitting. Single and double snowmobiles are available.

1-Hour Minaret Vista Snowmobile Tours

Enjoy a 1-hour guided tour to Minaret Vista, where you can enjoy 360-degree views of the Minarets, Mammoth Mountain and the Ritter Range.

1.5-Hour Adventure Snowmobile Tours

Venture furth afield on the 1.5-hour Adventure Tour. Your guide will plan a backcountry excursion that introduces you to the sport and gives you the opportunity to see more of the Eastern Sierra.

3-Hour Explorer Snowmobile Tours

For the full snowmobiling experience, join the Explorer Tour. With more time, you can see more and get more comfortable with turns and speed on your snowmobile. This tour require a minimum of five riders to operate and five days advanced booking.

Reservations are required for Mammoth Mountain snowmobile tours. Call 800-626-6684 to make your reservation. Plan to arrive at least 30-minutes prior to departure. Learn more about Mammoth Mountain snowmobile tours here

Getting to Mammoth Mountain

By Shuttle

Eastern Sierra Transit Authority (ESTA) provides free roundtrip shuttle service to Mammoth Mountain. Take the Red Line bus to Main Lodge to access the snowmobile tours.

The shuttle is the recommended mode of transportation to Mammoth Mountain, as traffic by car can be heavy during holidays and weekends. Learn more about the free shuttle to Mammoth Mountain here.

By Car

Mammoth Mountain is also accessible by car. Parking at all Main Lodge is free, although paid premium parking options are available. A number of Mammoth Lakes taxi and shuttle services also provide transportation to Mammoth Mountain.

Meghan Miranda

Meghan has been living and playing in Mammoth Lakes since 2016. She enjoys any outdoor activities that her dogs can tag along for. See more of Meghan's adventures on her blog Meg Moves Mountains.

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