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. MORE

It’s the most wonderful time of year in Mammoth. The snow up high on the mountain is holding up to the warm days, but still freezing at night and turning into epic corn in the late morning—leaving plenty of time in the afternoon for a bike ride. And if you can find the energy to go for a run in the evening before the sun sets you’ve got yourself the ultimate Sierra trifecta.MORE

The outdoors not only inspire us to set foot in the wild and take a great adventure, but also to relax and enjoy the view with some good food and company. Fill your picnic basket with good food and hot beverages, bring some warm clothes, a small shovel to clear your picnic table, and...MORE

Want to experience the mountains under the light of the full moon? There are plenty of places to go and explore Mammoth after dark and winter is no exception. From snowshoeing to cross country skiing, and a backcountry lodge that serves gourmet food there are plenty of nighttime destinations and...MORE

Snow dripped onto my face, ran down my cheek, and slowly found its way to the warm cradle of my neck where it settled into a small puddle. If I moved my arms to wipe the snow off my face, more dripped. It was a futile attempt since I was buried a few feet under the snow in a small cave about the...MORE

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