Featuring 1,500 acres of spacious slopes and plenty of beginner terrain for the whole family, June Mountain’s easy-going atmosphere and breathtaking views make for the perfect Eastern Sierra ski day or holiday getaway.
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Drive or fly
June Mountain is centrally located in the state of California and is easy to get to. Whether you make a road trip out of your visit or decide to hit the skies and get here faster, you won’t be disappointed in the scenery.
Hit the road
From Southern California
You’ll pass Death Valley, Mt. Whitney and the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest. Take I-5 north to State Route 14 to US 395 north to State Route 158, approx. 395 miles.
From San Francisco
In the winter, take I-80 to State Route 50 to the Kingsbury Grade cutoff to US 395 south to State Route 158, approx. 300 miles. During the summer, it is possible to drive through Yosemite National Park via State Route 120 east (Tioga Road).
From Nevada/Lake Tahoe
Drive through miles of scenic backcountry, Bodie State Historical Park and Mono Lake. Take US 395 south to State Route 158, approx. 145 miles.
From Las Vegas
Tour the desert’s interesting rock formations and old gold mining towns. One of several options is US 95 north to State Route 266 west; turn slight left to State Route 168 to US 395 north to State Route 158, approx. 330 miles.
Hit the skies
Fly to MammothFly from select Southern California airports into Mammoth Yosemite Airport (MMH). With Advanced Air, you’ll enjoy the convenience of a private air travel experience at a commercial airline cost with benefits such as private terminals and skipping security lines.
Fly to Bishop
Fly direct on United Airlines flights into Bishop, CA. Just 58 miles south of June Lake, visitors can connect to Eastern Sierra Regional Airport/Bishop (BIH), from major U.S. and international cities.