Mammoth Lakes CA - Summer Activities
Mammoth Lakes CA has become a year-round destination, offering the perfect blend of tranquility and excitement with something for everyone. From Spring to Winter and everything in between, the seasons bring different activities to enjoy the serene nature of Mammoth Lakes. Enjoy the calm of fishing one day and the excitement of bike trails the next.
Our concierge can offer advice and make arrangements to help you get the most out of your visit to this inspiring destination.
When one season ends, another begins. The melting snow uncovers one of California's largest bike parks, with over 85 miles of single-track trails for riders of all levels. The gondola will take you and your bike to the top of the mountain where you can enjoy great views and an exciting ride as you head down the mountain.
To take in all the sights of Mammoth Lakes CA, enjoy hiking on miles and miles of well-maintained trails that will lead you to vistas, lakes and much more. Whatever the type of hike you are looking for, there trails for all difficulty levels.
Scenic Gondola Ride (Seasonally Operated)
To experience Mammoth Mountain's 11,053-foot summit in a relaxing way, take the gondola to the top. Panoramic views of 400 miles of Eastern Sierra peaks that average 12,000 feet and the natural beauty of Mammoth await you at the top. Enjoy a hike down the mountain or take the gondola back down.
World-class rock climbing for all levels is available all over the Mammoth region-try them out on your own or with an organized tour. New to climbing? The Adventure Center at the resort village features a 35-foot climbing wall for learning the ropes, plus an exciting zip line.
With an abundance of lakes and rivers just outside our door, you can enjoy a guided tour-or solo adventure-to catch some of the region's many freshwater fish.
Yosemite National Park
Drive the easy 30 miles to Yosemite National Park, a national treasure whose 1,200 square miles of wilderness showcase granite domes, spectacular waterfalls, deep valleys, grand meadows, and ancient giant sequoias.