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Mammoth Lakes Hotels
Econo Lodge Wildwood Inn
3626 Main St. (SR 203)
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Mammoth Lakes, California
3236 Main St.
Mammoth Lakes, CA
Mammoth Lakes Travelodge
54 Sierra Blvd
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
Quality Inn Mammoth Lakes
3537 Main St.
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
Rodeway Inn Sierra Nevada
164 Old Mammoth Rd
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
Sierra Lodge
3540 Main Street
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
 

 

 

 

Mammoth Lakes Snowmobiling - Mono County, California

 

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Mammoth Lakes, Calif.Snowmobiling is going up, up, up in popularity as women, men, girls and boys climb aboard the fun vehicles that provide a fantastic form of outdoor exercise in the beautiful snow-covered mountains of California's great destination, Mammoth Lakes.

 

According to Don Little of DJ's Snowmobile Rentals in the Mono County resort area, the kids that grew up snowmobiling 20 years ago have grown up and are bringing their own children to experience the time-honored tradition of winter recreation, snowmobiling at Mammoth Lakes.

 

If you've never hopped on this easy-to-maneuver electric vehicle, never fear. Mono County works in cooperation with California's Off-Highway Vehicle Division to groom approx. 100 miles of trails with names like Sand Flat, Crater Flat and Mammoth Scenic Loop. All levels of riders can find something just their speed to enjoy in the mountain paradise, located on the eastern slopes of California's Sierra Nevada mountains. The nearest major airport is Reno/Tahoe Airport.

By the way, if snowmobiling is not your passion or interest, you can also ski, snowboard, sit beside a fireplace, shop, dine, skate and in the summer fish, hike, ride a bike, etc. This is an outdoorsmen's paradise. If you don't like fresh air, scented pines and the deepest blue skies, don't go to Mammoth Lakes.

 

But if you go, be sure to get more information from the Mono County Film/Tourism Commission. Call: 800-845-7922 or visit www.monocounty.org