Mammoth Mountain offers world-class skiing in Winter & an Ansel Adams Wilderness in Summer.
Mammoth Reservations will be happy to assist in your vacation planning.
Just give us a call at 800 223-3032 or include a note when you make your Online Reservations.

Climbing

Do you drool at all the mountains you pass as you drive up the 395? Can’t wait to get your climbing shoes on and attach yourself to one of those walls? Well we can’t blame you. There are many climbing opportunities available for all ranges of climbers. From the climbing wall at Mammoth Mountain’s Adventure Center, to the narliest rock slabs you can find. Popular spots include the Owens River Gorge and Clarks Canyon.

For more climbing information check with us or the Welcome Center, located at the entrance to town on Main Street or at www.visitmammoth.com. You can also call Tourism and Recreation at (760) 934-2712. Also try 800-MAMMOTH for more information on the Adventure Center or visit them at www.mammothmountain.com.

Dining

From the five-star meals of places like the Lakefront at Tamarack Lodge, Petra’s and many more, to the good old-fashioned burgers, fries and shakes at Burger’s, you won’t go hungry or unsatisfied during your stay. Local restaurants dot the town, and if you feel like going for a drive there are great dining options in surrounding areas too. The Restaurant at Convict Lake offers great food and a great atmosphere, and the Mobile Mart (or Whoa Nellie Deli to locals) has lots of live music and gourmet dining inside a gas station!

For more dining information check with us or the Welcome Center, located at the entrance to town on Main Street or at www.visitmammoth.com. You can also call Tourism and Recreation at (760) 934-2712.

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Fishing

 It ain’t called Mammoth Lakes for nothing. With hundreds of alpine lakes at your fingertips, the Eastern Sierra is a fisherperson’s dream. Trout are the name of the game, and with fish on a regular stocking schedule up and down the 395, every drop of the line is almost guaranteed to be a winner. The Lakes Basin is a great place to get started, but don’t forget the June Lake Loop a bit further up the road with four additional lakes to fish, and great hospitality.

Guided tours for both fly-fishing and bait fishing are available.

For more fishing information check with us or the Welcome Center, located at the entrance to town on Main Street or at www.visitmammoth.com. You can also call Tourism and Recreation at (760) 934-2712.

Golf

Mammoth boasts two golf courses, Snowcreek, which has nine holes and a driving range, and Sierra Star, a full 18-hole course. The views from either course cannot be beat, and the vibrant greens are soon expected to be kept up to snuff by a reclaimed water system, helping Mammoth stay on the cutting edge of “going green.”

Bishop also boasts a beautiful, 18-hole course that is open year-round. So if you get the hankering to swing in the middle of winter, you are a quick 45-minute drive from your passion.

To book a tee time at Sierra Star call (760) 924 GOLF or for Snowcreek call (760) 934-6633. Collared shirts and appropriate gold attire required. If you would like us to book a tee time for you, be sure and let us know when you make your reservation.

Hiking

From the Pacific Crest Trail for those looking for a longer hiking experience, to local day hikes, the Eastern Sierra has a plethora of trails to choose from. Drive up to Saddlebag Lake and take the ferry across to the glaciers, or enjoy a jaunt up to Duck Lake. Make sure, in any recreational activity, to bring lots of water and take it easy. The altitude is definitely a factor up here at 8,000 feet and higher.

For more hiking information check with the Welcome Center on Main Street or at www.visitmammoth.com. You can also call Tourism and Recreation at (760) 934-2712.
  

Horseback Riding

Saddle up with a local pack outfit, there’s plenty to choose from and many trails to ride. Whether it’s in Mammoth Lakes or somewhere else along the 395, buckaroos have the option of everything from a two hour ride to participating in a real horse drive each spring and fall.

For more horseback riding information check with us or the Welcome Center, located at the entrance to town on Main Street or at www.visitmammoth.com. You can also call Tourism and Recreation at (760) 934-2712.

Mammoth Lakes Pack Outfit
(760) 934-2434
Sierra Meadows Ranch
(760) 934-6161


  

Photography

There’s no denying that there’s breathtaking scenery surrounding you from every direction in the Eastern Sierra. If you feel like taking a little bit of it home with you, why not purchase a photograph taken by local photographers? Below are just a few of our most talented artists.

Local Photographers’ Links:
Vern Clevenger Photography
Candid Images, Bonnie Colgan Photography
The Cookes Fine Photography
Dittli Photography
Stephen Ingram Nature Photography
Mountain Light Photography, Galen and Barbara Rowell
Christian Pondella Photography


  

Shopping

The Town of Mammoth Lakes offers a great retail experience for those days where you just feel like taking a break from your sporting life and focusing on your fashion sense. Outlet shopping is available along Main Street, and boutique shops can be found all over town. Whether looking for gear or glamour, you can find it in Mammoth.

For more shopping information check with us or the Welcome Center, located at the entrance to town on Main Street or at www.visitmammoth.com. You can also call Tourism and Recreation at (760) 934-2712.