What to Expect On Your Mammoth Vacation

Mammoth Lake California draws visitors from all over the world. Some people travel to Mammoth for its incredible skiing and snowboarding; Mammoth offers 3,500 acres of terrain, 150 trails, and 3,100 feet of vertical. Some visitors come to Mammoth because of the hype; it is the tallest ski resort in California, boasting an elevation of 11,053 feet. Still, others love the fact that it’s sunny in Mammoth nearly 300 days a year, even with more than 400 inches of annual snowfall.

But no matter what draws them to Mammoth, one thing is for certain: Vacationers to this popular mountain community will be hard at play long after they ride down the mountain. Here’s a list of the most popular things to do on your next Mammoth vacation.

Hit the slopes. Whether you’re an expert skier or have never been down a snow-covered mountain, Mammoth is the perfect place to hit the slopes. The mountain offers trails for beginners and experts alike. Visitors new to skiing or snowboarding can take advantage of private or group lessons. Expert riders can explore the trails from November to June, enjoying the 28 lifts at this popular ski resort in California, which include nine high speed quads, two high speed six-packs, and three high speed gondolas.

Enjoy the nightlife. While you might be tired after a full day of skiing or snowboarding, it is worth exploring Mammoth after the sun goes down. Mammoth offers an exciting nightlife, including fine dining, such as the Lakefront Restaurant located next to the frozen Twin Lakes in the center of Tamarack Lodge’s ski trails.

As one of the most prestigious Northern California ski resorts, Mammoth also offers nightclubs, lounges, and bars, including the Hyde Lounge, the newest addition to the scene. Most of these places are open late, which means you can relax and unwind before hitting the slopes again the next day.

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