Aerial image of Mammoth Mountain at sunrise

Guide to Mammoth

Welcome to Mammoth Mountain, California’s highest four-season resort and playground with a summit at 11,053 feet above sea level. With 300 days of sunshine annually, the Eastern Sierra offers infinite recreation and scenic beauty all year long. Our legendary environment provides a perfect playground, enabling Mammoth to truly claim the title of Southern California’s mountain home.

Scenic photo of road with new snow on mountains

Where is Mammoth?

Mammoth Mountain is located in Mammoth Lakes, California along the 395 corridor in the Eastern Sierra. Drive time is approximately 5 hours north of Los Angeles and 3 hours south of Reno, Nevada. During summer months (May–October) Tioga Pass through Yosemite National Park is open. Drive time from the Bay Area through Yosemite is approximately 6 hours.

Getting Here
Exterior image of The Westin Monache Resort

Where to Stay?

The Mammoth Lodging Collection offers distinct hotel properties with a range of amenities including slopeside, family friendly and luxury options.

Mammoth Lodging Collection
The sign at the top of Mammoth Mountain in winter

What's the Weather Like?

Get the official Mammoth snow and conditions report including weather, roads, storm tracker, trails and lifts status, and more. Check out live views from Mammoth Mountain's seven cameras located around the resort.

Mountain Report
Two mountain bikers on ebikes

what activities are there?

From skiing/riding, snowmobile rides and cross-country skiing in the winter to guided climbing, mountain biking, and activities at the Adventure Center in the summer, there's something for everyone each season at Mammoth.

Couple dining at Mountainside Bar & Grill

Where to Eat?

We offer a host of dining options both on-hill and off including 53 Kitchen & Cocktails, Yama Ramen, Yodler Restaurant & Bar, and The Lakefront.

Dining Guide
ESTA Shuttle in Winter

What Transportation Options Are There?

You can easily get to the mountain or around town with our free public transit system that offers routes to The Village and all 3 base lodges.

Free Mountain Shuttle