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  • Fishing/Hunting
  • Skiing
  • Scenic
  • Mountains

Top Lifestyles

  • Mountains

    Sierra Nevada Range
    Sierra Nevada Range
    • Mammoth Lakes is surrounded by the Eastern Sierra Nevada Range, with Mammoth Mountain to the west and the Sherwin Range to the south.
    • Mammoth Mountain, a popular ski area, is a formerly active volcano with an elevation of 11,059 feet (3,376 m).
    • Average annual snowfall: 400 inches (1,016 cm)
    • The Sherwin Range is a favorite place for hiking and high-altitude athletic training.
  • Scenic

    Rainbow Falls
    Rainbow Falls
    • Dramatic contrast of 14,000 feet (4,267 m) between the mountain peaks and the desert below
    • Nearby, Yosemite National Park includes the Devil’s Postpile monument, Mono Lake, and Rainbow Falls.
    • Plentiful wildflowers in summer, and diverse wildlife, such as black bears, mountain lions, elk, and 3,000 species of birds
    • Aspen, cottonwood, and pine trees create a variety of colors in autumn.
  • Skiing

    Longest ski season
    Longest ski season
    • 3,500 acres (14 km2) of skiable terrain
    • 150 named ski trails
    • Longest ski season in North America (November through July 4)
    • Several backcountry trails for cross-country skiing
    • Lessons available from certified ski instructors
  • Fishing/Hunting

    Fishing at Mammoth Lakes
    Fishing at Mammoth Lakes
    • One of the American West’s most popular fishing destinations, with many rivers, lakes, and streams
    • Fishing season starts in April and ends in November; some catch-and-release areas are open year-round
    • Mammoth Lake Basin is an excellent place to catch rainbow trout, brook trout, and brown trout.
    • Several outfitters, guides, and boat rental companies


  • Water Sports
  • Tennis
  • Lake
  • Equestrian
  • Boating/Sailing
  • Bicycling
  • Arts and Entertainment
    • Arts and entertainment, bicycling, boating/sailing, equestrian, lake, tennis, water sports


    • Considered one of the world’s best locations for spring skiing
    • Considered one of the most challenging and rewarding destinations for fishing
    • Several hot springs in the area
    • Various arts and music festivals during the off season
    • Nearby cities and towns: Bishop; Lone Pine; Modesto (2 hours); Fresno (4.5 hours)


    Population 8,234
    Size 28.4 square miles (74 km2)
    Climate The cool mountain climate is perfect for winter or summer sports.
    Nearby Airports with Hub Connections Mammoth Lakes Airport (MMH): Direct connections include Los Angeles (LAX), San Francisco (SFO)
    Reno/Tahoe International Airport (RNO): Direct connections include Chicago (ORD), Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW), Houston (IAH), Las Vegas (LAS), Los Angeles (LAX), San Francisco (SFO), Seattle (SEA)
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