With its natural beauty and breath taking scenery, mother nature excelled herself with Mammoth Lakes. As the name suggests, Mammoth is majestic in scale, featuring expansive valleys, crystal clear lakes, abundant wildlife and jaw dropping mountains that visitors can enjoy all year round. In winter, the slopes come alive with skiers and snowboarders of all levels, plus activities like snowshoeing and sledding. In summer, boating, fishing, kayaking, paddle boarding, hiking and mountain biking are just some of the awesome activities on offer in this outdoor lover’s paradise. During the summer months, the east entrance to the mighty Yosemite is just a 45 minute drive away (buses are available), thus providing a great alternative to crowded and expensive hotels within the nearby national park. Open from spring, visitors can wander the old streets of California’s official Ghost Town – Bodie State Historic Park, where the long abandoned town has been preserved since shortly after the gold rush era. At over a million years old and covering approx. 104 square miles, Mono Lake is a fascinating inland sea, 2.5 times saltier than the Pacific Ocean! It is also home to the oddly shaped Tufa towers, plus many species of migratory and nesting birds.
Mammoth Village also contains a whole host of local boutiques and premium brands for some retail therapy and with all the adventures to be had, guests can sample over 65 different restaurants of all influences, including Greek, French, Japanese, Italian, Chinese, German, Mexican and of course American, many welcoming pubs and three award winning breweries!