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Day Trips From Mammoth

Mammoth has so many things to do both in winter and summer. Here is the complete list of available trips so you can plan the perfect vacation.

Gondola Ride
- Ride the Mammoth Mountain Gondola to the top, elevation 11. 053 and see the amazing view

Alabama Hills - See where all the Spaghetti Western Movies were made

Ansel Adams Wilderness
- Visit the forest area

Bennetville Mining - Another silver mine, resorted so you can get a tast of 1881 history

Bodie Ghost Town - At the height of the gold rush, Bodie was the 2nd largest silver mining camp and the residents just got up and left one day.

Bristlecone Pine Forest - The oldest know trees. The forest service runs an interpretive center here for nature lovers

Death Valley - A bit more than a day trip. This is the lowest point of land on the continental US

Fall Colors - In autumn, the trees turn fire colors. This is a great outdoor drive to visit the different areas

Devils Postpile - The most faous landmark in the Mammoth area
Goelogy Driving Tour - See the various geology left after the Mammoth volcano exploded

Fish Hatcheries - The lakes of Mammoth are stocked. Here is where we grow the fish.

Hot Springs - Very popular place to see where the water heated by Mammoth lava boils us and mixes with melted snow and you can swim in it.

Inyo Historic - The driving tour of historic Inyo county

This is a bristlecone pine, found in the historic forest
June Lake Loop - Our neighbor June Lake has a few lakes of its own. You can swim or fish or even water ski.

Mammoth Lakes Basin - We have 6 lakes you can fish in and get to by car. The rest... you have to hike.

Lodgepole Forest
- These are the giant trees in the Sequioa Forest, via a drive through Yosemite.

Lone Pine - You probably drove through Lone Pine on your way to Mammoth. Here is what you can do if you wish to detour.

Manzanar Interment Camp - Back in the day when Japanese were held captives, Manzanar has an amazing historic and cultural museum

Mt. Whitney
- Located in Lone Pine, Mt. Whitney is the tallest of all US mountains. The drive up to the trail head is an awesome site

Mono Lake - A popular tour to see the lake and the strange limestone sculptures that grow out of the water.

Museum Tour - There are a lot of small museumes to visit up and down Highway 395

Obsidian Dome - A glass mountain was formed when the earth exploded and the local mountais were created

Parks and Picnics - Need a day to sit under a tree? Here is a great list of places to have a picnic

Reds Meadow - Combine this drive with a visit to Devils Postpile and a hike to Rainbow Falls

Rock Creek - Tucked in the mountains, this is a nice hike and place to spend outdoors

- Our neighbor and friend, the entrance to Yosemite is 45 miutes north of Mammoth

Summer Activities - This is list of summer activities

Winter activities
- This is a list of things to do in winter

The Troutfitter
Shell Mart Center
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546

Rick's Sports Center
3241 Main Street
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546

Kittredge Sports
3218 Main Street
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546

Performance Guide Service
26 Old Mammoth Road
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546

Convict Lake Resort
2000 Convict Lake Road
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546

Kevin Peterson's Fly Fishing Adventures
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546

Reel Mammoth Adventures
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546

Sierra Drifters Guide Services
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546

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