Thanks For a Great Summer
There’s nothing quite like summer at altitude, and we’ve just wrapped up another season of serious fun. Thanks for all the good times and memories - we'll see you on the slopes when the snow flies.
With Mother Nature always keeping us on our toes, we kicked off the Mammoth Bike Park season with a little May storm. Nothing like a little snow to test your two-wheeled skills.
Mammoth Motocross has solidified its’ spot as a legendary race – it’s the oldest continuous running motocross event in America. With thousands of riders and spectators making the pilgrimage to Mammoth every June, there truly is no better place to watch the dirt fly than at 8,000 feet.
High altitude sunshine and good times – that’s what summer is all about. At 11,053’, the views are spectacular and the memories last a lifetime.
The Eastern Sierra has more lakes, rivers and streams than we can count and that means there are endless opportunities for adventure and exploration. Grab the family, hit the road, and go have some fun.
Relax. What’s better than putting your toes in the water and soaking in some scenic Sierra beauty?
Every day we fall in love with the magic of the season, whether it’s’ a warm summer day, a stunning sunset, or simply taking a moment to enjoy the crisp mountain air.
USA Cycling Mountain Bike National Championships brought the best bikers in the country to Mammoth by the thousands. 6 disciplines of competitors age six and up competed for the guts and the glory, and we’re excited to bring them all back in 2016.
Climb a mountain. Seriously, there’s no better way to see the sights than from a mountain top, high above the hustle and bustle of the world below.
This summer we partied, danced and celebrated under the full moon at the 11,053’ Summit Series. The top of the Sierra was the place to be to watch the sun set and the full moon rise.
Sometimes the best way to get stoked for ski season is to put your brand new Oakley goggles on your dog and smile.
This summer Mammoth’s most hardcore tested their limits by biking or running to the summit of Mammoth Mountain at sunset. Some called it the toughest race of their life – we call it the EZAKIMAK.
Steeped in rich Mammoth history and situated in a pine and fir forest, the historic lodge at Camp High Sierra delivers a charming and intimate location for a High Sierra wedding.
80 miles of single track to explore and destroy – the Mammoth Bike Park is the best place to push yourself and test the limits.
Some people find their peace and quiet on a high-altitude peak, others at a secret spot down by the river. Whatever your pleasure, we’ve got you covered.
We ended our summer with a sunset shred session featuring the one and only Cam Zink.