Mammoth Mtn. Connection
Need a great place to stay in Mammoth Winter or Summer
We are excited to offer you two beautiful and finely appointed homes for short term lease in Mammoth Lakes. Whether you are going up with the family for a ski /snowboarding vacation or venturing up to the area to go fishing, hiking or journeying to the many wonderful places in the vicinity of Mammoth Lakes, – we have a special place for you to stay.
Winter wonderland at The lodges of Snowcreek, Mammoth Mountain
Two Townhomes are available on and near The Snowcreek Golf Course. Finely appointed to the most discriminating taste. Granite counter-tops, custom stainless appliances and wonderful furnishings. These units are very similar and can accommodate up to 11 people. The living areas are open and spacious and both units have four bathrooms. If you are looking to go to Mammoth in style, this is the place you want to stay and feel at home.
Your Los Angeles source for everything Mammoth
For rental or sales information on Mammoth, please contact Diane Forbes Halliburton at 310-339-6486
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What to do in Mammoth
Mammoth has a variety of sights to see in the summer months. It’s proximity to Yosemite makes it really a special place. Most people don’t realize that Mammoth Lakes itself once was a part of Yosemite and rivals some of the scenery found in Yosemite Park. The numerous lakes and valleys surrounding Mammoth are simply extraordinary.
Mono Lake, Rainbow Springs, Devils Post pile, a variety of Hot Springs, lakes and rivers for fishing, are all good options. There are trails for hiking, mountain bike riding, and snowmobiling. Unlike a many mountain areas the drive to Mammoth from the Los Angeles area is a straight shot across the desert region (Owens Valley) past many fabulous landmarks as well. But what make this drive so special is the simplicity of it. Most mountain regions have exhausting switchbacks and narrow roads that go on for miles and miles. Traveling to Mammoth is a nice gentle grade until you reach the town.
Mammoth Mountain was formed in a series of eruptions that ended 57,000 years ago. However, Mammoth still produces hazardous volcanic gases that kill trees and have caused ski patroller fatalities.
Devils Postpile Closed for the Season
Devils Postpile is closed for the season. The opening date for 2009 is tentatively set for June 7, however, this is subject to change. For park information call 760-924-5500.
A Geologic Wonder
Established in 1911 by presidential proclamation, Devils Postpile National Monument protects and preserves the Devils Postpile formation, the 101-foot high Rainbow Falls, and pristine mountain scenery. The formation is a rare sight in the geologic world and ranks as one of the world’s finest examples of columnar basalt. Its columns tower 60 feet high and display an unusual symmetr