Adventure Center

Located at Main Lodge, the Mammoth Adventure Center is your portal to the best family fun and outdoor activities in the region.

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Mammoth Bike Park

With some of the most radical terrain in the country, 80+ miles of singletrack, and a vast beginner zone for newbies, this is the premier lift-served bike park in the U.S.

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Golf at Sierra Star

Pristine lakes, emerald fairways and stunning mountain views – tee off surrounded by beauty at California's highest golf course.

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Scenic Gondola Rides

Take an aerial ride up Mammoth Mountain to explore all the fun at 11,053 ft. At the top, snap a selfie at the summit sign, enjoy lunch, and visit the interpretive center.

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Explore Mammoth Experience

Take a Scenic Gondola Ride up to discover the geologic, natural and cultural history of the Eastern Sierra at the interpretive center and on-mountain learning stations.

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Adventure Pass

Get unlimited access to the climbing wall, junior zip line, bungee trampoline and new ropes course at the Adventure Center, plus get extra savings on kids bike rentals and gem mining.

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Shuttle to Devils Postpile

Take short trip into a scenic valley to visit Devils Postpile, Rainbow Falls and other impressive sites along the middle fork of the San Joaquin River.

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Hiking Trails

Explore the mountains on your own 2 feet with tons of rewarding and scenic hiking trails available.

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Fishing

Mammoth is known as one of the most challenging and rewarding fishing destinations in the West.

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Mammoth Lakes Basin

Just a few miles up Lake Mary Road lies endless exploration at this family-favorite destination for hiking, biking, fishing and more.

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Summer Camp

Kids 8–15 will get experience of a lifetime and develop a deep love of the mountains during a week at Mammoth Summer Camp.

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Camp High Sierra

Camp High Sierra has been a family-favorite campground for almost 100 years.

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