Skiing, snowboarding, tubing, snowmobiling, and dog sledding — experience all the fun winter activities Mammoth Lakes has to offer. Home to one of the longest ski seasons in North America, Mammoth Mountain guests can generally hit the slopes from November through Independence Day.
Skiing & Snowboarding
Mammoth Lakes features more than 450 acres of snow-covered slopes. The longest run you'll find on the mountain is nearly 3 miles — making the area a pristine place to practice those skills you've been perfecting. If you're just starting out, join snowboarding school for easy-to-follow lessons led by AASI/PSIA certified instructors. Visit Site
The Mammoth Ice Rink is an outdoor rink right in our own backyard. Here you can find public skating sessions, hockey clinics, pick-up hockey, lessons, and special events. If you don't have skates — don't worry, rentals are available with the skating price for only $10 per adult, $8 for youths, and $3 for kids ages 4 and under. Visit Site
Navigate a snowmobile through the Inyo National Forest in the heart of Mammoth Lakes. Choose from over 100 miles of trails or set out on 75,000 acres of open terrain east of town. You're free to explore on your own or on a guided group tour. Visit Site
Dogs love snow as much as humans do, as you'll learn on a dog sled ride through the Inyo National Forest. Mammoth Dog Teams provide authentic dog sledding experiences for families and adventurers of all ages. Visit Site