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...
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Luckily, Information about Mammoth's trail system is now available on a real-time, interactive, map-based website. This makes it super-easy for guests to select the location of the hikes you are looking for, season you want to hike, vehicles you plan to use (if any). You can also get detailed trail descriptions and read the trail cautions at www.mammothtrails.org. What you will end up with is the perfect hike for your group.
You can also search by destination and activity. Easy to interpret symbols help the reader to know which trails are pet-friendly, paved, bike friendly, and off-road vehicle permitted.
Forgot to plan ahead? No worries. Look for posted Trail Maps and use your mobile device to snap the QR code and your mobile device will navigate to the Trails Map site.
Note: Because of the ridiculous snowfall this year, trails above 8500 ft might be covered in snow. Also, melting snow is causing significantly increased water flow in rivers and creeks. Many areas are flooded. Be cautious and be prepared ti encounter snow, ice and high, fast water.
Mary Beth is the owner of Adventure Refined, where she offers true luxury Mammoth Lakes homes to guests. In her spare time she runs a ranch, loves a test pilot, and raises 4 boys & a 4 spoiled rotten dogs.