ESTA Shuttle in Winter

Free Mountain Shuttle

After you arrive in Mammoth, leave your car parked and get up to the mountain easily thanks to the Eastern Sierra Transit Authority (ESTA). This convenient bus service offers complimentary transportation all around the town of Mammoth Lakes, including each of our mountain base lodges.

Winter Bus Routes

When the weather is dicey and parking is limited, taking the transit system is the way to go. From buses to get you to all of our base lodges and nighttime trolleys so you can après with ease in town, we have you covered.

To Main Lodge
The Red Line operates every 20 minutes, 7 days per week from 7:00 AM until 5:30 PM. The Red Line provides service throughout town via Old Mammoth Road and Main Street traveling between the Community Recreation Center and Mammoth Mountain Main Lodge. View Red Line Route

To Canyon Lodge and The Village
Operates from 7:05 AM until 5:20 PM with service between The Village at Mammoth and Canyon Lodge. View Blue Line Route

To Juniper Springs Resort, Eagle Lodge & The Village
Operates from 7:30 AM to 5:30 PM with service between Juniper Springs Resort/Eagle Lodge and The Village every 20 minutes. View Yellow Line Route

To Juniper Springs Resort, Eagle Lodge & Downtown
Operates from 7:30AM until 5:30PM with service between Juniper Springs Resort/Eagle Lodge and the downtown area at the intersection of Meridian and Old Mammoth Road (Vons). View Green Line Route

To Tamarack Lodge and Cross-Country Ski Center
Operates from 7:30AM until 6:00PM with service between The Village at Mammoth and Tamarack Lodge and Cross-Country Ski Center.Departs The Village starting at 7:30 AM, with the last departure from The Village at 6:00 PM and the last bus from Tamarack Lodge at 6:15 PM. Departs The Village every 30 minutes at :00 & :30, and Tamarack Lodge every 30 minutes at :15 and :45 past the hour.

Winter Night Trolley
The free wintertime Night Trolley operates every 30 minutes from 5:40 PM until 2:00 AM seven nights per week. View Winter Night Trolley Route