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Reds Meadow Shuttle

Overview photo of the Devils Postpile monument.

Visit Devils Postpile, Rainbow Falls & Reds Meadow

Shuttle Service Daily through September 11

The majesty of these natural wonders lie just over the shoulder of Mammoth Mountain in the San Joaquin River Valley. To preserve its pristine nature, visitors must ride the shuttle for access to the Devils Postpile National Monument.

Call 800.MAMMOTH to Book

Devils Postpile Shuttle Map
How to Book

How to Book

Reservations Recommended, Limited Walk-Up Availability

Call 800.MAMMOTH Must pick up ticket at Mountain Center or Adventure Center. Reservations made through 800.MAMMOTH for early shuttles should plan to pick up tickets prior to reservation date, as ticket counters may not be open before early shuttle departures.
Ticket Counter Mountain Center Tickets Opens at 9AM, Adventure Center Tickets near Main Lodge opens at 8:30AM

On-Board Shuttle

For early and late shuttles, you may pay Exact Change to Driver $15 Adults / $7 Children Ages 3–15
You must pick up tickets prior to boarding the shuttle. A reservation confirmation alone will not be accepted in lieu of a ticket.

Pricing

Summer 22 Pricing Adult (16+) Child (3–15) 2 & Under 
Day Ticket $15 $7  FREE 
3 of 5 Day Ticket $30 $14  FREE
Season Pass $75 $35  FREE 
All tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.

Shuttle Schedule

The Village* Adventure Center  
7:15AM 7:30AM  Non-Reservable/Walk-Up Only
8AM 8:15AM  
8:45AM 9AM  

9AM–10AM
Every 30 Minutes 
  10AM–3PM
Every 20 Minutes
  3–4PM
Every 20 Minutes

4:45PM–6:15PM Every 45 Minutes

*Pedestrians may also ride the Mammoth Mountain Bike Park Shuttle free of charge from Mountain Center in The Village to the Mammoth Mountain Adventure Center. A valid Bike Park Ticket is required to transport a bicycle, and preference in boarding is given to ticketed passengers.  The Bike Park Shuttle runs regularly from 9AM–5:30PM.  

Exiting the valley after 4PM will result in longer wait times.

The last shuttle departs Reds Meadow Resort at 7:45PM nightly.
Pricing & Shuttle Schedule
Shuttle Pick Up Areas

Shuttle Pick Up Areas

Adventure Center

  • The shuttle line starts at the Woolly Mammoth statue in front of the Adventure Center.
  • Shuttles are loaded on a first-come basis for all ticket holders within a boarding window. Please note that you may not be able to board the first shuttle within your reserved boarding window.

The Village

  • The Devils Postpile Shuttles will transport visitors from the Village at 7:15AM, 8AM and 8:45AM.
  • From 9AM–4:30PM, visitors can use the free Bike Park Shuttle to get from The Village to the Adventure Center at Main Lodge, which departs every 15 minutes from Stop #90 on Canyon Blvd. Priority boarding is given to ticketed bike park passengers.

Reds Meadow | Shuttle Map

  • Exiting the valley after 4PM will result in longer wait times. The last bus departs Reds Meadow Resort at 7:45PM nightly.

Things to Know

  • Well-behaved dogs are permitted at the driver's discretion and are required to wear a muzzle.
  • Remember to bring Water, Snacks, Sun Protection, Comfortable Shoes, Layers, and a Camera.
  • Parking is available at Main Lodge. Overnight parking is permitted along Hwy 395 downhill from Shuttle Stop B at your own risk.
Things to Know
Things to Do

Things to Do

Venture into the scenic Reds Meadow Valley where you can visit Devils Postpile National Monument, Rainbow Falls and other impressive sights.

Devils Postpile National Monument

  • The Devils Postpile is a rare geologic formation of hexagonal basalt columns with towers up to 60 feet tall, formed by cooling lava flow.

Rainbow Falls

  • Rainbow Falls, aptly named for the rainbows that form in the mist on a sunny day, is the highest waterfall on the Middle Fork of the San Joaquin river, plunging over 100 feet down. It is a 2.5 mile walk from the monument Ranger Station.

The Reds Meadow Shuttle is operated by Eastern Sierra Transit and provides access to Devils Postpile National Monument. Operations and schedule are subject to change.