10-13-14 Hello from Mammoth Lakes, California. We have a wind advisory posted for Tuesday at 11am – Wednesday at 11am.
Get out and enjoy the Fall Colors today before a lot of the leaves get blown away by the strong winds.
October is a very slow time in Mammoth with the Summer crowds gone. If you come up now you can enjoy the Mammoth shoulder season & some great Fall Colors all over Mammoth and the Eastern Sierra. It’s also a great time to come and enjoy Fall Mountain Biking, Hiking, Fishing.
Current Mammoth Weather shows daily highs in town in the low 70s with 60s on Mammoth Mountain and in the Lakes Basin. Temperatures will be coming down with highs in the 50s for town and 40s above 8800 feet by Wednesday. Just a slight chance of a rain or snow shower at this time. Here is a link to our weather page for more weather details.
Events – What’s up and coming here in Mammoth Lakes?
This weekend we have some great events here in Mammoth, here is a link to the Mammoth Mountain Events Calendar so you can plan a head for all the fun scheduled in Mammoth Lakes & up on Mammoth Mountain.
You also have the world famous Mammoth Mountain Bike Park for downhill, cross country and hill climbing. They have over 75 miles of trails to ride. Click here for our Mountain Bike Report page.
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 Snow Creek Resort also has a full-on driving range that is open at this time.
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 is full of 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.
Now that is a lot to do, see you in Mammoth Lakes soon.