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Mammoth Lakes

TraveLibro United States of America Mammoth Lakes Featured City
Whoever said that size didn’t matter never meant it for adventure and fun, or for lakes. This city sets you racing onto adventure with biking challenges at Mammoth Mountain Bike Park and cross country skiing at Tamarack Cross Country Skiing Centre. If the Obsidian Dome puzzles your volcanic definitions and the Mammoth Adventure Centre delights you with a Gondola ride, Kamikaze will set your adrenaline limits high with steep downward biking. After all the rush you get from adventures, you can always cool off by the banks of the gorgeous Convict Lake or explore your photographic skills at Devil’s Postpile National Monument. Mammoth Lakes makes sure you take home fun the size of its name.
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TraveLibro United States of America Mammoth Lakes Featured City Camping the Mammoth Lake Basin

Camping the Mammoth Lake Basin

Perched along the Eastern Sierra Nevada, The Mammoth Lakes Basin, features an elevation range from about 8,500 ft to about 10,800 ft. The basin houses numerous lakes that flow into the Mammoth Creek. Camp at the scenic Mammoth Lake Basin, choose from dedicated campsites around the popular lakes or acquire a permit to venture further into the wilderness for a remote camping experience. You can enjoy hiking, fishing, mountain-biking, cross-country skiing, and others at this all-season paradise for outdoor enthusiasts. Choose from over 75 campgrounds, book a tour with Adventure in Camping that offers a unique camping experience.

Image Courtesy: John Lemieux via Flickr
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TraveLibro United States of America Mammoth Lakes Featured City Devils Postpile National Monument

Devils Postpile National Monument

Hop on a bus shuttle and hike further to visit the Devils Postpile National Monument, an unusual, dark rock formation of columnar basalt in the Red Meadows area. The monument encompasses 798 acres (323 ha) and includes two main tourist attractions: the Devil's Postpile formation and Rainbow Falls, a waterfall on the Middle Fork of the San Joaquin River. For a bird's-eye view of Devils Postpile, take the short but steep 2-mile trail to the top, starting from beautiful Rainbow Falls. Here you'll see not only a cross section of the posts, but the smoothing effect of ice-polished tops on the basalt columns.

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TraveLibro United States of America Mammoth Lakes Featured City Rainbow Falls

Rainbow Falls

Hike a few miles further from the Devils Postpile National Monument and cool off around the magnificent Rainbow Falls. The 5.9 mile hike (accessible from June until November) takes you close to the spot where the San Joaquin River tumbles from 101-ft, with its water falling down into refreshing drops of mist. The roar of the falls and the scenic landscape entices you to enjoy a picnic lunch. Start early and stay until midday, when the sun is highest. During this time you can spot rainbows in the mist; a visual treat that will leave you refreshed.

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TraveLibro United States of America Mammoth Lakes Featured City Hot Creek

Hot Creek

Hot Creek is a small drainage that branches into over a dozen steam vents and bubbling blue pools, spread across the flat grassland. With its geothermal activity, rugged scenery and thriving wildlife, Hot Creek is perfect for anglers and those nature lovers. Take a 4WD to the Hot Creek and check out the geothermal activity of the area. In addition to that, you'll also witness a variety of birds, including bald eagles, heron and egrets, while the hot and cold springs bubbling up in the creek foster a rich bug population and a healthy trout habitat.

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TraveLibro United States of America Mammoth Lakes Featured City Bodie State Historical Park

Bodie State Historical Park

In the middle of nowhere lies the Bodie State Historical Park, the cowboy ghost town. A community of about 10,000 gold-miners resided here around the 1875. However, in present times it remains completely empty. You can walk down the deserted streets of the town; explore the small part that’s preserved in a state of arrested decay. The interiors will have you spooked; they remain stocked with goods just as they were left. However, be forewarned! It’s not only tourists who visit this National Historic Site, there are rumours of occasional ghost visits too!

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TraveLibro United States of America Mammoth Lakes Featured City  Mammoth Mountain Bike Park

Mammoth Mountain Bike Park

Explore the Mammoth Mountain Bike Park offering 80 miles of a single dirt track with amazing views and vistas along with close encounters of the towering pines. The trail meddles through 3,500 acres of mountainous terrain. The trail offers paths suited for the beginner, intimidate or an adept rider. Rent the biking gear from Mammoth Outdoor Sports, Mammoth Rrails or any other operator, who will also help you with a map and the necessary information for a safe ride. Explore the Mammoth Mountain Bike Park offering 80 miles of a single dirt track with amazing views and vistas along with close encounters of the towering pines. The trail meddles through 3,500 acres of mountainous terrain. The trail offers paths suited for the beginner, intimidate or an adept rider. Rent the biking gear from Mammoth Outdoor Sports, Mammoth Trails or any other operator, who will also help you with a map and the necessary information for a safe ride.

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TraveLibro United States of America Mammoth Lakes Featured City Bird Watching at Mono Lake

Bird Watching at Mono Lake

Enthusiasts who love bird watching should head to Mono Lake and spot the beautiful birds of Mammoth Lakes. The lake is a large, shallow body comprising of saline-soda waters in Mono Country. However, what renders it completely unique is the fresh-water bubbling up through the alkaline waters of the lake creating eerie tufa towers-mineral structures that house brine shrimp, attracting millions of migratory birds to feast on them. This has given rise to an unusually productive ecosystem. With a favorable nesting habitat and the abundant brine shrimp thriving in its waters, visit the lake during late spring to watch a spectacular sight of two million California Gulls migrate here.

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TraveLibro United States of America Mammoth Lakes Featured City Thousand Island Lakes

Thousand Island Lakes

If you are all for looks, visit the largest Alpine lake of the Sierra Nevada Region, Thousand Island Lakes. The lake, enveloped by the Ansel Adams Wilderness of the Sierra National Forest and Inyo National Forest, rests at the base of Banner Peak in the Ritter Range. The snow-draped peaks, stunning sun-lit watering holes and waterfalls enjoy breathtaking backdrop of the sparkling waters of Thousand Island Lake, and the massive Banner Peak, a view to behold. While one way toget to this alpine paradise is via the iconic Pacific Crest Trail and John Muir Trail, you can also choose from the many other trails that you can hike.

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TraveLibro United States of America Mammoth Lakes Featured City Fishing on Crowley Lake

Fishing on Crowley Lake

Catch a big fish and pose while fishing on the Crowley Lake, a large man made reservoir. Nestled approximately 12 miles south of Mammoth Lakes, this lake boasts of a shoreline adding up to 45 miles and is home to a large population of trout fish. Fishing, boat rentals, and seasonal water sports such as waterskiing and wakeboarding are popular with anglers and tourists. You can book your session with Crowley Lake Fish Camp that offers a full service marina with 200-plus private slips, a fleet of 90 rental boats, rental cabins, full hook-up RV Sites, dry camping sites, a tackle shop, and other facilities to enhance your fishing experience.

Image Courtesy: sierradrifters.com
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TraveLibro United States of America Mammoth Lakes Featured City Horseback Back Riding

Horseback Back Riding

Explore the corners of Mammoth Lakes backcountry the cowboy way; choose from an hour-long, half-day or full-day horse riding trips. Although, it is recommended that you opt for a two-hour long ride that takes you to Heart Lake in the Mammoth Lakes Basin via the historic gold mine camp. You can also choose from guided rides along Convict Lake, McGee Canyon, Rock Creek and Reds Meadow. Let Mammoth Lakes Pack Outfit, Red's Meadow Resort and Pack Station, or Sierra Meadows Ranch take care of your riding needs.

Image Courtesy: www.mammothpack.com
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TraveLibro United States of America Mammoth Lakes Featured City Mammoth Brewing Company

Mammoth Brewing Company

Perched at a height of over 8,000 feet above sea level, Mammoth Brewing Company produces 8,000 barrels a year. Situated close to the village, the brewery offers a tasting session, relish the regular and seasonal brews and root beer. Pints are available year round including in the beer garden during the summer months. You can buy bottled beer, growlers, kegs, and sweet MBC swag. You can pair your drinks along with snacks available at the restaurant in Mammoth Brewing Company.

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TraveLibro United States of America Mammoth Lakes Featured City Crystal Lake Trails

Crystal Lake Trails

Crystal Lake is one of the area’s most popular destinations and the trail offers a bird’s eye view of the lakes below. A 2.5 mile lightly trafficked trail, is a rather easy-to-hike path, leading up to the Crystal Crag—a rock tower that protrudes out, offering a dynamic panorama of the lake. All-in-all the Crystal Lake Trail is all about beautiful vistas and umpteen photo opportunities. May through September is the best times to climb; although, if planning to visit between May or June, a pair of skis or snowshoes are recommended.

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TraveLibro United States of America Mammoth Lakes Featured City Rock & Mountain Climbing

Rock & Mountain Climbing

The Mammoth Lake region offers a number of sites to indulge in your favourite sport of Rock & Mountain Climbing. From the challenging short climbs of the Owens River Gorge, to the big walls of Yosemite National Park and towering Sierra peaks, the Mammoth Lakes area has something for every climber, beginner and seasoned ones alike. Get in touch with Mammoth Mountain Adventure Center, Sierra Rock Climbing School or Mammoth Lakes Parks and Recreation, to chalk out the best suited path for you. Through winter, ice climbing tours are available too.

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TraveLibro United States of America Mammoth Lakes Featured City Convict Lake

Convict Lake

Learn about the geological importance of the Convict Lake, enveloped amidst the Sherwin Range, perched on an elevation of 7,850 ft, on a pleasant hike round the lake. Explore its beautiful surrounding; catch a Rainbow or Brown Trout on a fishing trip on the lake. It is perfect for a fun family outing, outdoor recreation and camping. You can also walk along the 3.5-mile lake trail that can be accessed from the campground, and many other trails in the nearby John Muir Wilderness. Book a camp site with Reserve America and enjoy a piece of Convict Lake.

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TraveLibro United States of America Mammoth Lakes Featured City Lake Mary

Lake Mary

Lake Mary is the largest and most developed amongst the cluster of 11 lakes. Paddle your way along the serene waters of Lake Mary with the impressive Mammoth Mountains in the backdrop. During summer, campground, situated at 8,900 ft, sees visitors thronging in for its views of Lake Mary, the Mammoth Crest and the surrounding forest. There are 43 standard, non-electric campsites that you can pick from. If camping is not your thing, Lake Mary is also popular for outdoor activities like fishing, viewing the splendid waterfalls, hiking, and backpacking.

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TraveLibro United States of America Mammoth Lakes Featured City Watersports on Grant Lake

Watersports on Grant Lake

Your visit to Grant Lake will reveal a fabulous summer water sports playground, as well a premier trout fishing retreat. Enjoy a range of water sport activities like kayaking, jet skiing, fishing, canoeing, water-skiing, wake-boarding, and personal watercraft. GetYourGuide is the renowned operator here; browse through its list of activities and tick off adventures from your bucket list. It is recommended to visit during summer, as the lake remains closed during winter due to the abundance of snow.

Image Courtesy: www.getyourguide.com
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TraveLibro United States of America Mammoth Lakes Featured City SUP on June Lake

SUP on June Lake

A sport for every age, explore June Lake, the second largest water body in the series of lakes, on a Stand Up Paddle (SUP). It is a popular form of water sport, which allows an individual to stand and paddle, at a leisured pace, across the calm waters of the lake. This one’s perfect even for the first timers. Rent your gear from Mammoth Kayaks and Paddleboats and enjoy your adventure.

Image Courtesy: www.mammothkayaks.com
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TraveLibro United States of America Mammoth Lakes Featured City Kayaking Mono Lake

Kayaking Mono Lake

A 50 minute drive from Mammoth Lakes, this desert lake has an unusually productive ecosystem based on brine shrimp that thrive here. The fresh-water bubbling up through the alkaline waters of the lake creates eerie tufa towers-mineral structures that house brine shrimp. Get up close and personal to observe these structures on a kayak; enjoy a kayaking adventure with Caldera Kayaks. Simply book a kayak from the lake front; opt for a guided natural history tour of Mono Lake.

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TraveLibro United States of America Mammoth Lakes Featured City Mammoth Mountain Ski Area

Mammoth Mountain Ski Area

With 400 inches of annual snowfall, an elevation of 11,053 ft, 3,500 skiable terrain and a 3,100 ft vertical drop, an experience of skiing or snowboarding is surely going to be an enriching one! The resort is equipped 28 lifts, including two gondolas, excellent terrain options, and the perfect ski season. The mountain has a variety of expansive bowls, tree skiing, wide open groomers, steep chutes and world-class terrain parks. What are you waiting for?

Image Courtesy: John Lemieux via Flickr
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TraveLibro United States of America Mammoth Lakes Featured City Snowmobiling Trails

Snowmobiling Trails

Embark on the beautiful journey of 80 miles of dedicated Snowmobiling trails in the Eastern Sierra Region of Mammoth Lakes, discovering scenic places like the Lookout Mountain, Inyo Craters and Bald Mountain, to name a few. The Eastern Sierra is truly an adventurer’s delight; the routes meddle through town to wide-open expanses to the east and north of Mammoth Lakes. Book a half day adventure with Mammoth Snowmobile Adventures, DJ's Snowmobile Adventures Inc and Sierra Engine Inc-Bishop Sports for some high-marking. Let the kids enjoy the scenic cruise through Shady Rest while you challenge your skills in deep powder.

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TraveLibro United States of America Mammoth Lakes Featured City Sierra Star Golf Course

Sierra Star Golf Course

Swing a shot in the tranquil lake area of the Sierra Star Golf Course, the highest golf course in California, perched at 8,000 ft above sea level. The 18-hole (par 70) championship course is enveloped by snow-capped peaks, winding streams, fairways lined with towering Jeffrey pines and red firs and an occasional lurking around of a family of deer. While its length might not be intimidating, it offers enough challenges for players of every level with both the tee shot and approach of this downhill par 4.

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TraveLibro United States of America Mammoth Lakes Featured City River Trail Hike

River Trail Hike

Hike along the San Joaquin River, inside the Ansel Adams Wilderness, reaching the serene Thousand Island Lakes and finally ending your trail by taking the bridge to Devils Postpile National Monument. The trail offers an elevation gain of 6,000 ft approximately offering a challenge for every ability level. Get up close and personal with riparian areas to volcanic craters, high-desert sage lands to the world’s largest contiguous Jeffrey pine forest. The trail blends a variety of landscapes, each with its own charm, into one. Slip on a pair of your best trail runners or hiking boots.

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TraveLibro United States of America Mammoth Lakes Featured City Helicopter Ride

Helicopter Ride

Take a helicopter ride to experience beautiful aerial views of the lakes and picturesque surrounding region. Fly past the forests and hot springs; the bird’s eye view of the confluence of lake and granite below will leave you gasping. This one’s a perfect option for those who intent to enjoy the panorama without the meticulous hike. SkyTime Helicopter Tours operates winter and summer trips spanning for a course of 15 to 150 minutes.

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TraveLibro United States of America Mammoth Lakes Featured City Yosemite National Park

Yosemite National Park

Go on a day excursion to the Yosemite National Park, a mere 30-minute drive north of Mammoth. Covering an area of 747,956 acres, opt for the park ranger tour. The guided tour is packed with information about the local wildlife, the ecosystem, and preservation efforts. For those animal lovers, there are bird watching tours, photography hikes and classes, and fishing excursions. You can also opt for a guided mountain biking tour in Yosemite. There are many different trails to take, and you can find recommendations and maps at the visitor’s center. Moreover, Yosemite is perfect for a leisurely or challenging hike or long picnic; the park has itinerary to suit all preferences.

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