Even when the snow is falling, the wind is howling, and the air is cold, Mammoth Lakes is uniquely situated in close proximity to a range of elevations 4,800 feet to 8,900 feet, which means the town is ideally situated to train-low and sleep-high, and there is always somewhere to train outdoors...MORE

The best part about traveling during the winter is that the summer crowds are gone. It might be cold, and it may be snowy, but there are sights to see and things to do in the wintertime. Next time you plan a weekend ski trip to Mammoth Lakes, add an extra day for exploring the Eastern Sierra and try one of our favorite day trips.MORE

When the air is crisp, the snow is falling, and the wind is blowing, you might be in the mood to stay inside and warm up with a hot beverage. There are plenty of restaurants, cafes, and coffee shops that serve an array of traditional and original hot beverages. Put on a cozy sweater and boots...MORE