Transportation in Mammoth
Once you arrive in Mammoth, you won't really have much need
for your car as the town transportation system is fantastic. We have a "feet first" policy in Mammoth which was established
to get you to walk more and take public transportation
so we can keep our town pollution free. Try one of the many free trolley's
and shuttles, or for custom trips, try the Mammoth Limos or Taxis.
Mammoth Taxi Service
Mammoth Taxi runs shuttle service from Mammoth Airport for all flights arriving and departing on United and Horizon airlines. You can book yourself on that shuttle directly. Mammoth Taxi Airport Shuttle
Taking a taxi is also a great way to get around when the snow is blowing and their is a blizzard outside. You won't have to risk damage, slip and slide or just not being able to see in your own car.
Hop out of the taxi and into one our our Mountain Limousines. Custom pick up and delivery for those with discriminating taste My Mammoth Shuttle
. Limos are also available for weddings, group events and private tours.
The Mammoth Trolley runs all summer long and is FREE!
Mammoth Tour Bus
In conjunction with one of the operators in town, City Concierge can book your group on a private tour of the area. These are custom guided tours to see the sites and a great way to become familiar with our great area. Tours can consist of seeing Yosemite, Mono Lake, Reds Meadow, Devils Postpile, and Bodie Ghost Town. Each is custom. There are minimum /maximum people required for a tour to operate, so call City Concierge to find out more. We can help you plan a great day. 866-864-6444.
Shuttle Bus Service
Ski Area in cooperation with the Town of Mammoth run
shuttle busses. Mammoth has several bus lines, including the Red
Line, Blue Line, Yellow Lines
that operate throughout the year with extra
service in winter to service the ski area. In winter they run as often as every 15 minutes, and then slow down as it goes into the evening. The run until the restaurants and bars close.
In summer there is the trolley which
runs from the Village, past the hotels and down the shopping areas
of Main Street and then on to Old Mammoth Road. It makes a complete
loop every 30 minutes. You catch it at any sign post that has the trolley
sign on it from 9:00 AM -9:00 PM daily.