Mammoth Reservations

3399 Main Street Suite V, Mammoth Lakes, California, United States
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Mammoth Condo- and Ride-Sharing

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by written on June 11, 2008

We've used the Mammoth Reservation Bureau for condo bookings for our group trips. It's nice to have a group to make plans and rent condos and ski with, especially if you are having a problem rallying your old ski and board pals for trips.

We are the Über Mammoth Ski & Board group, an online community of skiers and snowboarders (primarily So Cal) interested in enjoying the benefits of coordinated condo-sharing weekends plus at Mammoth Mountain (11 trips since Jan. 2008.)

We are building a core group of fun, friendly, and ready skiers and boarders. Veterans, beginners, Mammoth season pass holders, and anyone familiar with the "Buddy System" are all welcome.

Check out our web site (MeetUp link below.) We stay in a different Mammoth condo or condos depending on the group size. We use the Mammoth Reservation Bureau or our contact list.

Unique Quality: You can really save money by condo-sharing and carpooling, and there are lots of condos for rent here in Mammoth.

I've used the Mammoth Reservation Bureau for booking accomodations, and they're always very helpful and efficient. The condos have always been clean and in good shape, and management is there to handle things (stay extensions, etc.)

You can stay near the Village and catch the Gondola to the lifts, stay near the lifts, or stay in town and catch the shuttle bus to the lifts (or drive.)

Directions: The Reservation Bureau is right when you come into town, you can pick up your condo keys there.

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Condos at Mammoth

by written on June 17, 2007

Mammoth has a large selection of condos which range from simple lofts or one bedroom units to three and four bedroom larger homes for groups or large families. The condos are scattered throughout Mammoth, some for the convenience of being on a shuttle route, some close to the slopes and some more remote. The rates vary by location, size and time of year. Since most people visit Mammoth Lakes during ski season, summer is considered off season and the prices reflect that.

Mammoth premiere is one of the best sites for browsing the various properties and finding one that fits your needs. For more information, visit www.mammothpremiere.com

Unique Quality: These are fully equipped with kitchens, living rooms and dining rooms and fireplaces.

Directions: Varies. See map on website for details.

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Choose any condo

by written on August 26, 2002

It's a small town so the condos are all close to the slopes and they are all usually in good condition. The only thing you'd probably want to consider is how many flights of stairs you'd have to walk up and whether it's got a jacuzzi. I usually book my lodging through the Mammoth Reservations Bureau and the agent will help you choose something that accommodates your size, location, and amenities.

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