One of the best benefits of Sonenalp is our location: close to the mountain, on a very well-maintained road (you'll appreciate this on snowy days) and conveniently located between year-around bus stops 74 & 75.
Although most of our guests bring at least one car and park it in our secure garage, some guests opt to use Mammoth's convenient, free, public transport system to get around town. This is especially a good idea in winter, when roads can be treacherous and parking in town can be difficult due to snow pack. But in summer, its a good option too! In fact, my kids use it all the time, since they are too young to drive!
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Find the perfect trail using Mammoth's QR system
I often get requests from guests for suggestions on hiking trails beyond the simple trails close to Sonenalp.
But the trails system in Mammoth offers so many options, its hard to know what's best for each guest group. Whether you want to drive, climb, hike, or walk, the Mammoth Trail Systems offer limitless opportunities at every skill and fitness level.
With some 300 miles of soft-surface, paved, and mixed-surface trails the Mammoth Lakes Trail System connects to the extensive Inyo National Forest off-highway road network.
With this many options, there's something for people of all ages and interests...
For full details and link to the app, click Read More.