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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Ikon Blackout Dates

 

20/21 Blackout Dates

Blackout dates apply to the 20/21 Ikon Base Pass, Ikon Base Plus Pass and Ikon Session Pass 4-Day. Other destinations and dates may apply. 

Dec 26, 2020–Jan 2, 2021; Jan 16–17, 2021; Feb 13–14, 2021 

19/20 Blackout Dates

Blackout dates apply to the 19/20 Ikon Base Pass. Other destinations and dates may apply. 

Dec 26–31, 2019; Jan 18–19, 2020; Feb 15–16, 2020 

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Mammoth Lodging Change & Cancellation Policies

View the change and cancellation policy for each Mammoth Lodging Collection property below:

Mammoth Mountain Inn
Juniper Springs Resort
The Village Lodge
Tamarack Lodge & Resort
Mammoth Luxury Home Rentals
Camp High Sierra
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Dog/Pet Policy


During Winter Operations

No dogs are allowed on the slopes, lifts or gondolas. Only service animals are permitted inside Mammoth Mountain base lodges. Dogs are permitted in our parking lots but must be leashed. We do not recommend leaving dogs in or tied to a vehicle. We will report any significant concerns for animal welfare to our local to animal control.

Muzzled or caged dogs are allowed on Mammoth Mountain parking shuttles as well as the free mountain shuttle system run by the Eastern Sierra Transit Authority (ESTA).

Leashed dogs are permitted to walk on the road to Minaret Vista (snow-covered in winter months), but please be cautious of skier and snowboard traffic along the Lower Road Runner ski trail.

Leashed dogs are permitted on the Public Access Corridor that runs along Lake Mary Road in the Mammoth Lakes Basin up to Horseshoe Lake. Dogs are NOT allowed on the side of the trail containing the groomed cross-country tracks trails, and are not allowed on any other groomed trails in the Lakes Basin.


During Summer Operations

Only service animals are permitted inside Mammoth Mountain base lodges. Leashed dogs are welcome to ride the Panorama Gondola for Scenic Gondola Rides, as well as be on our on-mountain hiking trails

Muzzled or caged dogs are allowed on Mammoth Mountain Bike Park Shuttles for transportation from The Village to Main Lodge, as well as the ESTA Reds Meadow Shuttle to Devils Postpile.


Mammoth-Owned Dining Facilities

Only service dogs are permitted inside base lodge dining locations and sundecks, as they are also considered food service areas.  

Well-behaved dogs are welcome to join diners on the patio of the following restaurants:

53 Kitchen & Cocktails (The Village)
Campo Mammoth (The Village)
Sushi Rei (The Village)
The Lakefront Restaurant (Tamarack Lodge – patio service in summer only)
Melt House & Boundary Bar at The Outpost (back side of the mountain – summer only)
Please note: the patio area at The Outpost is metal grate flooring and may be unsuitable for your dog.

Dogs are NOT permitted on the patio/sundeck of the following eateries:

Yodler Restaurant & Bar (across from Main Lodge)
Mountainside Bar & Grill (inside Mammoth Mountain Inn)
Main, Canyon, and Eagle Lodges, and The Mill
Any facility operated by Mammoth Mountain that does not expressly permit the presence of pets. 

Mammoth Lodging Collection

Service animals are permitted at all lodging properties. Guests are welcome to have their dog(s) stay at the following hotel properties. Must sign pet agreement and pay deposit at check-in. Pet policies subject to change.

Mammoth Mountain Inn

$50/night dog fee + $200 refundable deposit. Contact Mammoth Mountain Inn for details.

Tamarack Lodge

Permitted to stay in cabins only; $30/night dog fee + $200 refundable deposit. Contact Tamarack Lodge for details. 

The Westin Monache Resort

Two pets 40 lbs max per room. $50 fee per day up to $150 per stay. Includes specials dog amenities, such as in-room dog bowls and luxurious dog beds. Contact The Westin Monache Resort for details. 

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