We could see a couple showers today before we clear out and warm up this week back into the 70’s. For a full weather report check out our Mammoth Weather Section.
Fall Colors are looking great in Rock Creek Canyon and Bishop Creek Canyon. Most other areas are just starting to turn to Fall Yellows and Reds.
Mammoth Lakes has some color, but a lot of the trees are still green or just starting to change. Same thing over on the June Lake Loop at this time.
If you’re into the winter experience check out our Mammoth Mountain Snowman web site and our Facebook pages. They offer up the most current and accurate weather and snow conditions for Mammoth Mountain you will find.
What’s Up in Mammoth Lakes this Month?
Fall Colors Update: It’s that time of year to start thinking about a trip to see the Fall Colors. In a normal year things peak out the first two weeks of October, this year it might be a bit earlier due to the drought and the aspens going dormant earlier to avoid stress.
We will keep you updates over the next 3 weeks on what is going on with the Fall Color show. You can learn more about Fall Colors in Mammoth Lakes at this link.
Camping is winding down for the season with many campgrounds closing after this weekend. We will update you next week on what is still going to be open.
Paddle Boarding: Paddle boarding is wide open in the Mammoth Lakes Basin. If your in for a drive the June Lake beach is also a hot spot for paddle boarding adventures.
Mammoth Lakes paved walking paths are all open at this time for a nice walk or bike ride. Try out the Lakes Basin Path that starts out by Mammoth Brewing Company and runs all they way up to Horseshoe lake.
There is even a shuttle bus that will take you to the top of that path so your can ride or walk the 2.5 miles back down to the Village.
The Mammoth Mountain Bike Park is open daily with the bike park village shuttle. Gondolas 1 & 2 and Discovery Chair.
Hours of operation are from 9AM to 5:30PM. PS: You need a ticket to ride in the park even if your just riding without using the lifts.
For more information on mammoth lakes mountain biking check out this link.
Fishing season is now wide open on all lakes and stream. Most area stream are running very low and that will be the case right thru the summer with not much snow melt to recharge things with a run off.
Local Lakes are a bit low but are being stocked and still have plenty of large hold overs left from past seasons. Here in town stop by any of the local shops and you will get some great tips. Click here for our Mammoth Lakes Fishing Report and Information page.
If your looking for a short hike try out MC Cloud lake from the Horseshoe lake parking area. If you in a bit of shape try out the Crystal Lake Trail Hike.
The bottom line is all our local day hikes are ready to go as is the entire back country.
The Snow Creek Resort also has a full-on driving range that is unfortunately closed at this time, but should re open in the next few week..
For information on Snow Creek Golf Course, please contact us at 760-934-6633
The Mammoth Lakes Basin is the gem of our local area. With everything from Camping, to Boating, Paddle Boarding, Fishing, Mountain Biking, Hiking and more. You will also find some cabins that you can rent in this area.
The Lakes Basin has 4 lakes you can drive to and dozens more you can hike to. Take some time to get to know this area on foot, a bike and in a chair from the shore line.