Mammoth Lakes Off The Beaten Path

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    Me at Sherwin Lake
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  • 1. Hiking / Trails

    From the South of town off of Old Mammoth Road, take the road past the equestrian center and turn left for approximately 1/2 a mile. Follow the signs to the Sherwin Lakes TrailHead. The trail to the...

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  • 2. Day Trip

    Tom's Place is located in an area known as Crowley Lake, south of Mammoth Lakes. Since VT does not have a Crowley Lake page, I'm putting the tip here. Tom's "resort" is a popular stopping place for...

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  • 3. Information / Sources

    Off of the main highway that leads into Mammoth proper, there is a little side road by the Fish Hatchery. This little side road takes you to a hidden valley where a hot spring has evolved over the...

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  • 4. Winter Sports

    Cross-country skiing in winter can be a wonderful activity with great views to the snow-capped mountains nearby. The ski lodge is located at Tamarack Lodge, off Lake Mary road a few miles southwest of...

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  • 5. Spring Skiing Water Pond

    As the ski season slowly melts away, every year there is the annual ski or snowboard over the pond. The objective is to decorate yourself in an amusing way,...

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  • 6. Local Beaver Dam

    Just a mile East of town off of Old Mammoth Road in the middle of Mammoth Creek is a live, working, habited, beaver dam. The beaver family has been quite active...

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  • 7. Beyond Ruby Lake

    We had to cross what we referred to as the "dreaded rocks". This area, located on the north side of Ruby Lake, stood in the way of our destination, which was...

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  • 8. McGee Creek

    McGee creek is located off old highway 395, about 10 miles from Rock Creek and the Mosquito Flats trailhead. This is a popular fishing spot and jumping off...

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  • 9. Rest break

    Everybody needs beauty as well as bread, places to play in and pray in where nature may heal and cheer and give strength to the body and soulJohn MuirAbout an...

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  • 10. This is where your food comes from!

    There are fish hatcheries where fish are harvested. The one that we saw was for trout and there were thousands of them! You can even buy fish pellets and feed...

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