ROAD & WEATHER
Mammoth's premier snowboard and twin tip retail shop, includes a ski/snowboard rental
shop and repair shop. Tell them “Grand Mammoth Resorts” sent you!.
Mammoth's premier 4-season outdoor retailer, includes a ski/snowboard rental shop
and repair shop. Tell them “Grand Mammoth Resorts” sent you!.
Walker River Outfitters
Walker River Outfitters offers an exceptional fly fishing experience. Regardless
of skill level or experience, they promise to offer a customized trip to exceed
your expectations. Tell them “Grand Mammoth Resorts” sent you!.
Mammoth's oldest real estate company on Main Street. Real estate agents at Mammoth
Properties are directly linked to the Mammoth Lakes MLS database, allowing them
to offer a tailor-made list of specific properties in your price range, size, and
desired location. Contact them with your specific needs and they'll help plan your
best investment strategy.
Mammoth After Dark
Mammoth After Dark is one stop info on Mammoth with upcoming events, restaurants,
news and much more. You can find out what events are coming up, go out and see your
picture at last night’s event. Check it out!.
Carmichael Business Technology
CBT is a local company providing individuals & small businesses with high quality
corporate level IT service, presented by a courteous professional, at a reasonable
cost. Should you have any problems during your vacation with your computer equipment,
etc., call CBT at 760-934-4382. Tell them "Mammoth Properties" sent you!
Disabled Sports Eastern Sierra
Disabled Sports Eastern Sierra is a not-for-profit program. It has been developed
to teach skiing and snowboarding to people of all disabilities and have fun while
enjoying the beautiful Eastern Sierra.
For fast and cost effective flights into Mammoth Lakes contact Horizon Air for your
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EXPLORE THE AREA
The Sierra backcountry is only accessible on foot or horseback. This pristine area
offers those who enter it a most wonderful experience.
Lakes, streams, mountains, wildlife and unparalleled scenic views.
Bodie Ghost Town
This authentic Ghost Town is thirteen miles off highway 395 near the town of Bridgeport.
This Ghost Town is one of the most famous mining towns from the old west. It's history
of wild and raucous miners is well documented.
Bodie is one of the best preserved Ghost Towns left in the United States. Only as
recent as 1968 was this town given to the protection of the U.S. Forest Service.
It is a must see, bringing back the old west in all it's glory.
Mammoth Lakes Basin
Just a couple of miles from the town, the Mammoth Lakes Basin offers the summer
visitor numerous lakes, streams and waterfalls. The views are unforgettable; great
fishing, boating, hiking, horseback riding, to name just a few of the activities.
During the winter months great cross country skiing is offered on scenic tracks
around the basin.
Created thousands of years ago with a high acidic content, Mono Lake is home to
millions of birds throughout the year.
The lake is inhabited by "brine shrimp" that is an attractive food source for the
different kinds of birds that frequent the lake. There are no fish in this lake
because of the mineral content. The "Tufa" towers, a limestone formation created
from underwater springs, create a eerie collection of statues along the shoreline.
The Forest Service has an overlook point and information center on the history and
formation of the lake as well as the Paiute Indian Tribe that has lived along the
shores over the years. Alongside the lake are the Inyo craters that were active
volcanoes seven hundred years ago.
Rainbow Falls and Devils Postpile
Both of these spectacular sites are nestled in the "Reds Meadow" valley. It is a
twenty minute drive from the Mammoth area. The drive into the valley offers the
most fantastic vistas of the Sierra Nevada range.
In the Reds Meadow area are lakes and the head waters of the San Joaquin river that
runs all the way to the pacific ocean.
Rainbow Falls and Devils Postpile are short hikes by foot or on horseback. The area
offers great fishing, horseback riding, hiking or just enjoying some of the sierras
most beautiful country.
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