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1914 Meridian Blvd No. 4, Mammoth Lakes, California, 93546, United States
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Travel Tips for Mammoth Lakes

Packing List

by bruingirl

In the winters, bring boots, coats, gloves...whatever you will need to brave the blizzards! Also, if you're going skiing or boarding, whatever you need for that. In the summers, bring shorts and good hiking shoes. There are lots of great hiking trails! Mountain biking is popular too, although I've never done it. Bring your golf clubs if you golf. There are two courses up here. One is a smaller 9-hole and the other, a full 18 hole course. If you forget to bring something, don't worry about it. Mammoth is a fairly normal city and has everything you need!

Pyramid Peak

by goingsolo

Pyramid Peak, shown in the distance in photo 1 and closer in photo 2, got its name for obvious reasons. At 12, 000 plus feet, the views are probably worth the uphill slog, sometimes scrambling over rocks or slipping on loose tiny rocks known as scree, depending on which route you choose. Pyramid is considered fair game for beginning level hikers or climbers, but keep in mind that beginner means having the ability to climb certain segments locating and then using footholds and handholds in the rock. It can be hiked in one long day from the Mosquito Flats trailhead, or enjoyed from a distance on a more leisurely day near and around Ruby Lake. We chose the latter option, for this trip anyway.

Wine Bar and Light Meal

by Roadquill about Sidedoor

The Sidedoor, located in The Village, provides a nice alternative to a big heavy meal, while providing an varied and interesting wine selection. They also have an espresso bar with both indoor and out seating. The clientele included both locals and visitors engaged in mixed conversationts. I enjoyed the panini sandwich of chicken, goat cheese and pesto.

Visitors Bureau

by Carmela71


if you are looking for information about where to go around, accommodations, etc. –this is a great place to stop before entering in the village.

The people where very helpful answering all our doubts and giving nice suggestions, as in all the visitors centres we had been in California

Hot Creek

by mtncorg

Mammoth Creek flows eastward from the Mammoth Lakes towards its mixture with the Owens River near the head of Lake Crowley. This entire region of the Sierra is rife with volcanic activity, cinder cones, pumice flats and geothermal activity. The creek tumbles near the small Mammoth Lakes airport and then goes by a large California state fish hatchery. Downstream from this, the creek serves as a magnet for fly fishermen as the creek enters a small canyon. The canyon twist and turns and runs directly through one of those areas of geothermal activity with hot springs pumping water directly into the lake. The creek runs through a couple of deep pools which have heat emanating from the stream bed directly. Atop the canyon's south walls, there is a large parking lot with changing rooms and a trail that takes people down to the creek pools. You can then swim around in the pools to find the spot with the 'correct' temperature for you. The pools do get crowded during the day, but if you go early - or late - enough, the whole setting is magical. Also, the scene tends to change from year to year, depending on what is happening geothermally or what kind of a snow year it was.

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