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There’s a magical spot nestled in the Sierra Nevada Mountains where every summer day looks like a postcard. Mammoth Lakes, California may be known for amazing winters but summer in this High Sierra town is something truly special. Countless magnificent views and pristine lakes are easily accessible making it possible to paddle, pedal, and swing your club all within the span of a single day.
Mammoth Bike Park – Pedal to New Heights
Are you ready to conquer high-alpine trails like never before? Mammoth Bike Park delivers the ultimate biking experience for all skill levels. Traverse miles of paved paths across the scenic Lakes Basin or conquer challenging mountain trails with our top-of-the-line mountain bikes. Try an eBike to get a little extra mileage on your adventure.
Tamarack Bike & Paddle – Convenience at Your Fingertips
The enchanting Lakes Basin awaits with pristine lakes including Twin Lakes, Lake Mary, Lake George, and Lake Mamie. Glide gracefully on the crystal-clear waters with kayaks and paddleboards, surrounded by awe-inspiring mountain vistas. Beyond water activities, you can swim, picnic, and bike in this picturesque paradise.
The Adventure Center – Family Fun Headquarters
The Adventure Center at the Main Lodge is the ultimate base for family fun on Mammoth Mountain. Unlock all the excitement with a 2-Hour or All-Day Adventure Pass, granting access to the rock-climbing wall, bungee trampoline, ropes course, junior zip line, the STACYC™ pump track, and S.A.F.E. Archery®.
Golf at Sierra Star – A Majestic Immersion
Pristine lakes, emerald fairways, and stunning mountain views beckon at Sierra Star Golf Course, a deep immersion in the majesty of the Eastern Sierra. This 18-Hole Championship Course, open to the public, plays to a par of 70 and boasts rolling hills, tree-lined fairways, and some of the most breathtaking views in North America. Set at an elevation of about 8,000 ft., your ball can fly a long way, making for some exhilarating golf moments. Imagine telling your friends about that 150-yard pitching wedge shot.
August’s Packed Event Calendar – A Celebration of Fun:
In August, Mammoth Lakes comes alive with captivating music festivals, the annual Mammoth Wine Weekend, and the thrilling Monster Energy Mammoth Motocross. Embrace this energetic atmosphere and fuel your passion for adventure and exploration.
Luxury Private Home Rentals – Your Retreat Awaits:
Elevate your mountain escape with luxury private home rentals that offer modern comfort and convenience throughout Mammoth Lakes. Hillside properties next to The Village are the newest in the luxury collection and sure to refresh your spirit and recharge your energy in a haven of tranquility.
The Village at Mammoth – Little Mountain Town, Big Action
For a town with only five stoplights, Mammoth Lakes packs a punch when it comes to things to do. Aside from virtually endless outdoor recreation and a packed summer event calendar, there is also great shopping and dining throughout town. Condo-style lodging in The Village at Mammoth puts top-notch restaurants and amenities at your fingertips. Vulcania by celebrity chefs Michael and Bryan Voltaggio opened its doors this past winter and features an elevated Italian menu with modern updates to classic dishes and cocktails. You’ll also find shopping for everything from high-end athletic equipment to boutique clothing and souvenirs all within steps of each other in The Village.
Adventure knows no bounds in Mammoth Lakes, where every moment promises new thrills and unforgettable memories. Whether you’re biking through breathtaking alpine trails, paddling across pristine lakes, or immersing yourself in vibrant events, Mammoth Mountain is your haven of endless adventure. Pack your gear, gather your crew, and embark on an unforgettable journey through the picturesque landscapes of Mammoth Lakes. The allure of the wild awaits – embrace it with open arms!
Main image: Rainbow Falls in Reds Meadow. Photo Credit: Peter Morning