Mammoth Lakes Tourism
Located in the eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains, Mammoth Lakes is a five-hour drive from Los Angles or a one-hour flight.
Once international travel resumes, you will find that Mammoth is a year-round destination. In summer, hiking and mountain biking are hugely popular, while skiing, snowboarding and snow sports take over the mountain.
The region’s snow usually lasts all throughout Spring, and often starts in autumn alongside the incredible palette of colours in the foliage.
As soon as the international borders open, there are easy connections with United connecting from San Francisco and Los Angeles in summer, as well as Denver in the winter months.
Mammoth Lakes hosts one group agent famil each year. Please register your interest.
Mammoth Lakes hosts one group media famil each year. Please register your interest.
Mammoth Lakes doesn’t host any agent events, however it does participate in the Australian and new Zealand ski shows with other ski partners.
In Mammoth, you don’t need a car, as the town offers free shuttles. If you fly-in, a shuttle will pick you up and drop you at your accommodation.
The village area is easily walkable, but buses are available to get you anywhere you need to go.
Mammoth Mountain opens in November and can closes between May – July making it the longest Ski Season in North America.
Mammoth Mountain Averages 12m of snow per year.
Mammoth Mountain offers skiing for all abilities. With 25% Beginners, 40% Intermediate, 20% advanced and 15% expert, the longest run is almost 5km.
Ski Free for United Passengers
Continuing winter flights to Mammoth from San Francisco, Los Angeles and Denver, United is now offering free skiing on the day of arrival for guests.
Dos Alas CubaRican Cafe
Located off of Old Mammoth Road with amazing views of the Sherwins, this quaint spot offering tropical/Caribbean and Spanish cuisine is a fantastic and heart-felt addition to the local food scene. Open Wednesday through Sunday for lunch and dinner, stop in and enjoy a seasonally rotating menu highlighted by the cuban sandwich.
Specialising in Vietnamese and Thai noodle soup, Noodle-ly is set to open this fall on Old Mammoth Road adjacent to Vons.
El Charro Taqueria
Serving authentic Mexican street-style tacos and burritos made with fresh ingredients in a no-frills setting, it’s exactly what you want in a taco joint. Located in the Sierra Center Mall.
Public House Tap Room
The bar occupies the large corner unit next to Black Velvet coffee shop in the Main Street Promenade (formerly the Mammoth Luxury Outlet Mall). Owner Lienne Anderten-Smith opened the establishment specifically with the goal of creating a venue to highlight beers from the region. At the Public House it's all about the brews with a rotating selection of 50 beers available on tap. With new selections coming in weekly, there’s something for every palate.